References

References cited in my blog can be found here. They will be listed alphabetically in the first section, then organized by subject in the second. Created on 2/8/2014, this may take a while to catch up with the blog.

Atiyah, M., Topological Quantum Field Theory, Pub. Math. de L’H.E.S., 1988 175-186

Atiyah, M., Introduction to Topological Quantum Field Theory

Connes, A., Noncommutative Geometry, Academic Press

Gilmore, R. Lie Groups, Physics and Geometry

Kock, J., Frobenius Algebras and 2D Topological Quantum Field Theory

Mackey, G., Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Dover

Mac Lane, S., Categories for the Working Mathematician, Springer Verlag, GTM

Maggiore, M., A Modern Introduction to Quantum Field Theory, Oxford Press

McLarty, C., Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes, Oxford U. Press

 Olver, P., Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations, Springer Verlag GTM

Category Theory

Cheng, E., Catsters, Youtube Channel

Mac Lane, S., Categories for the Working Mathematician, Springer Verlag, GTM

McLarty, C., Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes, Oxford U. Press

General Relativity

Hartle, J., Gravity: An Introduction to Einsteins General Relativity, Addison-Wesley

Lie Theory & Group Theory

Fulton, W., & Harris, J., Representation Theory: A First Course, Springer Verlag

Gilmore, R. Lie Groups, Physics and Geometry

Olver, P., Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations, Springer Verlag GTM

Noncommutative Geometry

Connes, A., Noncommutative Geometry, Academic Press

Quantum Theory

Ballentine, L., Quantum Mechanics: A Modern Development, World Scientific

Mackey, G., Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Dover

Maggiore, M., A Modern Introduction to Quantum Field Theory, Oxford Press

Topological Quantum Field Theory

Atiyah, M., Topological Quantum Field Theory, Pub. Math. de L’H.E.S., 1988 175-186

Atiyah, M., Introduction to Topological Quantum Field Theory

Kock, J., Frobenius Algebras and 2D Topological Quantum Field Theory

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2 Responses to References

  1. S. D. Browne says:

    Not sure if this is the right place to put this, but there are a huge collection of lectures covering a wide range of theoretical physics at the Perimeter Institute’s website http://perimeterscholars.org/434.html There is enough here for the self-studier to get started on theory research, and they’re taught by some of the best in the field.

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