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I just finished an online YouTube Quantum Mechanics course by Frederic Schuller. The course was in two parts, the one Schuller was doing was theory; it was an approach I had been trying to develop myself and had never found anywhere. I don't know what exactly to call the course label: it was QM Mathematics approached in an (Advanced) Algebraic manner. Here's a link to give you an idea, if you need it.
For lack of a better term I'm referring to it as "Algebraic Physics." I am looking for more courses using Algebra, say, starting with Classical Mechanics. Does anyone know of any textbooks using this approach?
Thanks!
-Dan
For lack of a better term I'm referring to it as "Algebraic Physics." I am looking for more courses using Algebra, say, starting with Classical Mechanics. Does anyone know of any textbooks using this approach?
Thanks!
-Dan