"Differential Forms in Electromagnetics" by Ismo V. Lindell

by Bill J.
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Bill J.
Nov4-06, 03:27 PM
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My library just acquired a copy of "Differential Forms in
Electromagnetics" by Ismo V. Lindell. This seems right up the ally of
some of the people here, even though it seems to be an
engineering-oriented work like the lecture notes from BYU.

Have any of you seen this book? If you've read it, what did you think?

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