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Letters in Mathematical Physics

Posted by Marcus Zillman

Letters in Mathematical Physics: A Journal for the Rapid Dissemination of
Short Contributions in the Field of Mathematical Physics

The aim of Letters in Mathematical Physics is to present to the specialised reader (from the level of graduate student upwards) important new developments in the area of mathematical physics. The journal is a vehicle for the rapid communication of short contributions and contains letters and, occasionally, short review articles and research projects in the fields of: modern group theory and applications to physics; quantum-field theory; mathematical models for physical systems; classical, quantum and statistical mechanics; relativity and gravitation, etc. It contains, in addition, important contributions to modern mathematics in such fields as functional analysis, differential geometry, algebra, topology, etc., which have a potential physical application, and important developments in theoretical physics which have potential mathematical impact.

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