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Textbooks 
Automated Reasoning with Otter 

J A Kalman, foreword by L Wos (March
2001) 

Basic Analysis 

K Kuttler
(Nov. 2001) 

Computational Methods for Applied
Science and Engineering: an Interactive
Approach 

M Anocona (Jan. 2003) 


Exercises
in Quantum Mechanics  A selfcontained book of questions and
answers 

D Atkinson and M N Hounkonnou (April 2003) 

Exercises in
Quantum Field Theory  A selfcontained book of questions and
answers 

D Atkinson and P W Johnson (Jan. 2004) 

Introduction to General Relativity 

G 't Hooft (Jan. 2001) 
Introduction to
Quantum Neural Technologies 

A A E zhov & G P
Berman
(Nov. 2003) 
Introduction to
Quantum Optics 

H M MoyaCessa & F
SotoEguibar
(Oct. 2011) 

Linear Algebra 

R Baker (March
2001) 

Methods of Mathematical Physics 

LIU L
and Wang Z (Dec. 2004) 
Exercises in Mathematical Physics 

LIU L
and Wang Z (April. 2006) 
Organic and Biological Chemistry 

T Patrick (Feb. 2001) 

Physics in Spacetime  an
Introduction to Special Relativity 

Benjamin Schumacher (Feb. 2005) 


Quantum Mechanics  a
SelfContained Course 

D Atkinson and M N Hounkonnou
(Nov 2001) 

Quantum Field Theory  a
SelfContained Course 

D Atkinson and P W Johnson (Oct. 2002) 

Relativity for the Mind: An Intorduction for
Scientists 

P W
Johnson (Jan. 2007) 
Statistical Mechanics 

T Tsang (Aug 2002) 
Lecture Notes 
Advanced Quantum Mechanics


G J Ni & S Q Chen (April 2003) 


Introduction to Computational Methods
in Many Body Physics 

ed. M Bonitz (Jan 2006) 

Introduction to Quantum Neural Technologies 

A
Ezhov & G Berman (Nov. 2003) 

Introduction
to Magnetism 

E Chudnovsky and J Tejada (April 2006) 
Oracle Form Development for Database
Applications 

D
Taniar and S Y Lim (Jan. 2007) 
Problem Solutions to
Lectures on Magnetism 

E Chudnovsky, J Tejada,
C Calero, and F Macia (Feb. 2007) 
Lectures on Magnetism 

A Das (Aug. 2004) 

Reference Books 
Current Perspectives in High Energy Physics 

ed D
Ghoshal (Jan.
2005) 
Has the Last Word been Said on Classical
Electrodynamics?  Classical Electrodynamics: New Horizons 

ed A Chubykalo, V Onoochin, A Espinoza, and R SmirnovRueda (Feb.
2004) 

A Heretic in American Journalism
Education and Research: Malcolm S. MacLean, Jr., Revisited 

ed L Manca & G W
Pieper (Jan. 2001) 

The Interpretation of Quantum
Mechanics 

W E Lamb, Jr., ed J Mehra
(Oct. 2001) 

Automated Reasoning and the Discovery of
Missing and Elegant Proofs


L Wos
(Dec. 2003)


Modern
Electrodynamics and CoupledMode Theory: Application to GuidedWave Optics


A A Barybin & V A Dmitriev (July 2002) 

Physics in Noncommutative World, I:
Field Theories 

ed. M Li & YongShi Wu (Aug 2002) 

Perturbation Theory for SolidState Quantum
Computation with Many Quantum Bits 

G P Berman & D I Kamenev,
& V I Tsifrinovich (March 2005) 
Quantum Chaos: A Harmonic Oscillator
in Monochromatic Wave 

G P Berman & D I Kamenev (Feb. 2001) 
Quantum Information, Statistics,
Probability 

O.
Hirota (Sept. 2004) 

Some Topics of Modern Optics 

R.
RodriguezVera and F MendozaSantoyo (July 2008) 
Superluminal Phenomena in Modern Perspectives:
Faster than light signals  myth or reality? 

S C
Tiwari (July 2003) 

World Wide Web
Technologies in China: Research,
Develop and Application 

ed.
ZZ Shi and W Song (Dec 2002) 