**Chaos: Classical and Quantum**

by Predrag Cvitanovic

**Publisher**: ChaosBook.org 2008**Number of pages**: 813

**Description**:

The book is a self-contained graduate textbook on classical and quantum chaos. Your professor does not know this material, so you are on your own. We will teach you how to evaluate a determinant, take a logarithmâ€“stuff like that.

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