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I have looked online, and the only ones I can seem to find are like your average physics or applied mathematics book. I want something with rigorous theoretical formulation of the subject. It does not have to be concise, just straightforward and logically assembled. Preferably, it would also provide physical intuition on the subject, although this is not necessary since I can find other books for that.

Also, if you can, please list recommended prerequisites for tackling the book.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you