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lriuui0x0

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Some introduction books on Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics use classical mechanics as the theoretical framework, and when it come to special relativity it goes back to the basics and force language again. I would like to ask for some recommendations on good books that introduces Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics in the special relativity settings, especially some notes on their relationship with the classical mechanics counterpart would be great! E.g. Neother's theorem in special relativity.

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