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|All Authors / Contributors:||
C Domb; Joel Louis Lebowitz
|Description:||xviii, 498 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||VOLUME 19 TABLE OF CONTENTS: General Preface Preface to Volume 19 Chapter 1: Exactly solvable models for many-body systems far from equilibrium Gunter M. Schutz Introduction Quantum Hamiltonian formalism for the master equation Integrable stochastic processes Asymptotic behaviour Equivalences of stochastic processes The symmetric exclusion process Driven lattice gases Reaction-diffusion processes Free-fermion systems Experimental realizations of integrable reaction-diffusion systems Acknowledgements A. The two-dimensional vertex model Universality of interface fluctuations Exact solution for empty-interval probabilities in the ASEP with open boundaries Frequently-used notation Chapter 2: Polymerized membranes, a review Kay Jorg Wiese Introduction and outline Basic properties of membranes Field theoretic treatment of tethered membranes Some useful tools and relation to polymer theory Proof of perturbative renormalizability Calculations at 2-loop order Extracting the physical information: Extrapolations Other critical exponents The tricritical point Variants Dynamics Disorder and non-conserved forces N-colored membranes Large orders Conclusions Appendices Exercises with solutions References|
|Responsibility:||edited by C. Domb and J.L. Lebowitz.|