## Reports on Mathematical PhysicsReports on Mathematical Physics publish papers in theoretical physics
which present a rigorous mathematical approach to problems of quantum and
classical mechanics and field theories, relativity and gravitation, statistical
physics, thermodynamics, mathematical foundations of physical theories,
etc. Preferred are papers using modern methods of functional analysis,
probability theory, differential geometry, algebra and mathematical logic
(approximately in this order of preference). Papers without direct connection
with physics will not be accepted. Manuscripts should be concise, but possibly
complete in presentation and discussion, to be comprehensible not only
for mathematicians, but also for mathematically oriented theoretical physicists.
All papers should describe original work and be written in English. |

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