Springer Verlag (2002)

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Chuang Liu
University of Florida
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This book is devoted to a thorough analysis of the role that models play in the practise of physical theory. The authors, a mathematical physicist and a philosopher of science, appeal to the logicians’ notion of model theory as well as to the concepts of physicists.
Keywords Statistical thermodynamics   Physics
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ISBN(s) 3540413790 (acidfree paper)   3540413790   3642074626   9783540413790
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