The project Physics Course: Text and Handbook Unit 3: The Triumph of Mechanics
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An eigenfunction method is applied to reduce the regular projective representations Reps of finite groups to obtain their irreducible projective Reps. We discuss the applications of irreducible Reps in many-body physics.
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The Project Physics Course Reader Unit 3: The Triumph of Mechanics
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Project Physics Reader 1, Concepts of Motion.
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