Published February 15, 1979
by The MIT Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||567|
These proceedings are partly from ICPTSP at NYU Shanghai. This three-volume set includes topics in Probability Theory and Statistical Physics, such as Spin Glasses, Statistical Mechanics, Brownian Web, Percolation, Interacting Particle Systems, Random Walks. Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics. This note covers the following topics: Recursion Method: Concepts, Probability: Intuition, Ambiguity, Absurdity and Puzzles, Elements of Probability Theory with Applications, Random Variables, Stochastic Processes, Brownian Motion, Linear Response and Equilibrium Dynamics, Zwanzig-Mori Formalism. I. Spin Glasses and Statistical Mechanics. II. Brownian Web and Percolation. III. Interacting Particle Systems and Random Walks. The articles in these volumes, which cover a wide spectrum of topics, will be especially useful for graduate students and researchers who seek initiation and inspiration in Probability Theory and Statistical Physics. Probability Theory and Statistics With a view towards the natural sciences of statistics and statistical data analysis with computational methodology and prac-tical applications. Hopefully the notes pave the way for an understanding of the on the other hand, not develop the theory without a number .
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