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It s been a long time since I didn t receive a decent printed book with the old standards from Springer I usually don t complain about the intellectual parts of the books I bought Springer, in that respect, has always had very high standards rather, I complain about the change in printing qualities of the so called print on demand books Specially because they are not cheaper than their counter parts that where printed decently They ought to cost a tenth of their real price in order not to feel robbed for what you receive.Curiously, it seams that this book was printed in Switzerland, so I presume that their politics hasn t change such as in the United States of North America and Mexico, where the printing qualities are terrible these days and the books are really expensive for the trash one receives So I would advise stop buying them unless we know where they where printed.

For a general introduction it s a great book, in particular the matrcula form of the Lie groups and algebras makes the concepts easier to handle The author has nice well to give hard concepts in an easy way.

pieno anche di esempi, che aiutano a meglio farsi un idea della fondamentale algebra di Lie Un approccio matematico ma orientato comunque all uso in fisica.

Great book

I love this book

Brian Hall has written the best book I know and I have several on this challenging topic The concepts are easy, but the number of different kinds of things one needs to remember to master this topic, to apply it, and to do calculations with it is large Hall takes the time to spell out the structure and relationships that make remembering the zoo much easier, at least for me If you re inclined to remember things by their structure and relationships as opposed to their mere taxonomy , then you will get a lot out of this book.

This book is very well introduction to this topic because have a minimal prerequisites For example Part 1 using only Linear algebra Further, in Part 1 Hall explains matrix Lie groups with many examples and some geometrical physical interpretations I recommend this book for both mathematicians and physicists.

Great book and service

Great book

OK

This was perfect for what I wanted I am reacquainting myself with some concepts and learning a lot of new stuff too.

Excellent

Not very user friendly if not up to this level of group theory.

fantastic