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Notes on the script

Lecture notes

Fill in the gap: For the lecture, the lecturer uses a handwritten fill-in-the-blank script, the gaps of which are added in the lecture. The script will be posted on the Internet half a day before the start of the respective lecture. In order to make it easier to take notes, it is recommended that you print out the gap-filled script before the lecture and bring it with you. After the lecture, the completed script (Endscript) also posted on the Internet. Furthermore, spelling mistakes are corrected and an error-adjusted, corrected script (CorScript) posted on the Internet. The KorScript is authoritative.

AD book: The handwritten script is supplemented by a book in English, entitled Mathematics for Physicists: Introductory Concepts and Methods, by Alexander Altland [Uni Köln] and Jan von Delft [LMU] (acronym: AD-Buch), Cambridge University Press.

The section numbering in the handwritten script follows this book. You can find information on its use here.

Pagination in the handwritten script, e.g. L1a, C2b, V3d, refers to a corresponding chapter of AD, e.g .:
L1a: Part "L: Linear Algebra", Chapter L1, "Mathematics before Numbers", a = first page of the handwritten script for L1
C2d: Part "C: Calculus", Chapter C2, "Integration of one-dimensional functions", b = second page of the handwritten script for C2
V3d: Part "V: Vektor Calculus", Chapter V3, "Fields", d = fourth page of the handwritten script for V3

Equation numbering in the handwritten script, e.g. on page L1a, are numbered as (1), (2), ..., and quoted as
(1), (2), ... for quoting these equations on the same page;
(a.1), (a.2), ... for a quote on another page of chapter L1;
(C2a.1), (C2a.2), ... for a quote in another chapter (C2).

Tips for opening the pdf files on the script page
Because of the header and the left margin column, some devices apparently have problems opening the pdf files linked on the script page directly. Possible solutions:

(i) For iPhone or iPad: under Settings -> Safari -> Deactivate pop-ups.

(ii) To avoid the header and left margin, visit the address "www.physik.uni-muenchen.de/lehre/vorlesungen/wise_19_20/r_rechenlösungen_19_20/skript/index.html" (important: there must be no "htttp: //" to stand in front of it!). To do this, copy this into the address line of your browser window, or, if "www.physik.uni-muenchen.de/lehre/vorlesungen/wise_19_20/r_rechenlösungen_19_20/" is already displayed, simply add "script / index.html" at the end. added.

(iii) For devices with iOS operating system:
1) On the script page, open the desired pdf link in a new tab via the context menu.
2) Then click again on the same link on the script page so that a window for entering the password opens.
3) After entering the login data, the PDF is opened in the previous nine tab.

(iv) For Android devices: As soon as one of the pdfs is clicked, a popup should be opened in which the user and password must be entered. If nothing happens when you then try to download the pdfs, the browser used may be the cause of the problem. Ideally, in this case you should use an alternative such as Chrome, Dolphin, Firefox, etc. Alternatively, clearing the cache can help. To do this, open the app management in the settings, select the appropriate browser there and select "clear cache" (the actual name may vary depending on the Android version). Please note, however, that saved passwords may also have to be entered again!

(vi) If clicking on the PDF file in Firefox leads to a "Not Found" message, we recommend trying another browser (e.g. Opera).

More tips are welcome!
I look forward to every further tip on the electronic use of the scripts on your device! Please send me an e-mail in a cut-and-past-suitable formulation.