Difference between revisions of "Radiative Processes in Astrophysics"

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== Description ==
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These are a collection of lectures covering topics in an introductory graduate astrophysics course on radiative processes.  The subject matter is loosely drawn from [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1981PEPI...25..432L Radiatve Processes in Astrophysics] by Rybicki & Lightman.
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== Lectures ==
 
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# [[Radiation Lecture 01]]
 
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== To Do ==
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And finally, a wish-list of edits:
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# Break up material by subject, rather than lecture
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# Provide an outline on this page of the content in each link, preferably automagically generated
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# Make latex->html conversion look more visually appealing
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# Fix typos, errors in content
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# Use more words, less formulae

Revision as of 19:39, 14 February 2010

Description

These are a collection of lectures covering topics in an introductory graduate astrophysics course on radiative processes. The subject matter is loosely drawn from Radiatve Processes in Astrophysics by Rybicki & Lightman.

Lectures

  1. Radiation Lecture 01
  2. Radiation Lecture 02
  3. Radiation Lecture 03
  4. Radiation Lecture 04
  5. Radiation Lecture 05
  6. Radiation Lecture 06
  7. Radiation Lecture 07
  8. Radiation Lecture 08
  9. Radiation Lecture 09
  10. Radiation Lecture 10
  11. Radiation Lecture 11
  12. Radiation Lecture 12
  13. Radiation Lecture 13
  14. Radiation Lecture 14
  15. Radiation Lecture 15
  16. Radiation Lecture 16
  17. Radiation Lecture 17
  18. Radiation Lecture 18
  19. Radiation Lecture 19
  20. Radiation Lecture 20
  21. Radiation Lecture 21
  22. Radiation Lecture 22
  23. Radiation Lecture 23
  24. Radiation Lecture 24
  25. Radiation Lecture 25
  26. Radiation Lecture 26

To Do

And finally, a wish-list of edits:

  1. Break up material by subject, rather than lecture
  2. Provide an outline on this page of the content in each link, preferably automagically generated
  3. Make latex->html conversion look more visually appealing
  4. Fix typos, errors in content
  5. Use more words, less formulae