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Mathematics for theoretical physics

@article{Dutailly2014MathematicsFT,
  title={Mathematics for theoretical physics},
  author={Jean Claude Dutailly},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2014}
}
This book intends to give the main definitions and theorems in mathematics which could be useful for workers in theoretical physics. It gives an extensive and precise coverage of the subjects which are addressed, in a consistent and intelligible manner.The first part addresses the Foundations (mathematical logic, set theory, categories), the second Algebra (algebraic strucutes, groups, vector spaces tensors, matrices, Clifford algebra). The third Analysis (general topology, measure theory… 

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