This month, our Editorial Advisory Board member Dr Rustam B. Rustamov has chosen his ‘Recommended Read’: one of our most recent titles in the physical and mathematical sciences. Rustam is currently senior scientist at Institute of Physics of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, having previously served as the Acting Director General of the Azerbaijan National Aerospace Agency. He graduated with a PhD from the Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in St Petersburg, Russia, and has also worked at the European Space Agency within the framework of the United Nations Program on Space Applications at the European Space Research and Technology Center in the Netherlands.
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Dr Rustam B. Rustamov’s ‘Recommended Read’:
Author: Rafael Cubarsi
This book is a contribution to the interdisciplinary field of stellar dynamics. It offers a statistical study according to the moments and cumulants of a population mixture, and a dynamical approach based on a superposition of Chandrasekhar stellar systems. It will be of significant interest to those working in mathematics, statistics, physics, and astronomy.
“Many years ago, a concept of practical stellar dynamics was developed in which the main target was the search for the fixed structures of stellar systems using observational data and theoretical rations. The main method of stellar dynamics is the development of models of the investigated objects, while practical stellar dynamics aims to develop the most representative models in which syntheses of diverse observational data using the stellar system theory are carried out. The problems of stellar dynamics are related to researching the evolution of the stellar system.
In this monograph, the stellar system has been interpreted as a mass of particles with a mutual gravitational interaction, which makes it possible to determine the orbit of those particles. This concept opens up the possibility of considering the condition of analytical stellar dynamics as a fluid of the stellar system. The author expresses his opinion that this is due to the unavoidable collisions that take place in small globular clusters, and rapid fluctuations of the gravitational fields are produced in the process of violent relaxation.
This book successfully integrates different disciplines for the clarification and description of kinematics and dynamics of stellar systems, and opens up possibilities for new ideas and insights in future research.”
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