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Phase transitions and renormalization group

Author: Jean Zinn-Justin
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.
Series: Oxford graduate texts.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Zinn-Justin
ISBN: 0199227195 9780199227198
OCLC Number: 84150759
Description: xii, 452 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Quantum field theory and the renormalization group --
Gaussian expectation values, steepest descent method --
Universality and the continuum limit --
Classical statistical physics : one dimension --
Continuum limit and path integrals --
Ferromagnetic systems, correlation functions --
Phase transitions : generalities and examples --
Quasi-Gaussian approximation : universality, critical dimension --
Renormalization group : general formulation --
Perturbative renormalization group : explicit calculations --
Renormalization group : n-component fields --
Statistical field theory : perturbative expansion --
The [sigma]-4 field theory near dimension 4 --
The O (N) symmetric {[phi]-2)-2 field theory in the large N limit --
The non-linear [sigma]-model --
Functional renormalization group.
Series Title: Oxford graduate texts.
Responsibility: Jean Zinn-Justin.
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