Scaling and Renormalization in Statistical Physics, pp, ISBN Non- Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics and Turbulence, ich and K. Cardy, John L. Scaling and renormalization in statistical physics. John L. Cardy (Oxford U.) Keyword(s): INSPIRE: book | statistical. Scaling and renormalization in statistical physics – Cardy, John L. Cambridge, UK : Univ. Pr. () p. (Cambridge lecture notes in physics: 3).

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Supersymmetric multicritical point in a model of lattice fermions – Bauer, Bela et al. Scaling of entanglement entropy in some condensed matter systems – Chen, Xiao. The book closes with an appendix on Gaussian integration, a selected bibliography, and a detailed index. The ising transition in the double-frequency sine-gordon model – Ye, Fei et al.


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Foundations and applications – Ammon, Martin et al. Please direct questions, comments or concerns to feedback inspirehep.

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Non-Abelian topological phases in three spatial dimensions from coupled wires – Iadecola, Thomas et al. Teaching renormalization, scaling, and universality with an example from quantum mechanics – Paik, Steve T.

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B arXiv: Strange metal from local quantum chaos – Ben-Zion, Daniel et al. Disorder-free localization – Smith, Adam. A scaling theory for the long-range to short-range crossover and an infrared duality – Behan, Connor et al. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Contents Phase transitions in simple systems. In particular, the perturbative method introduced leads, among applications, to a simple derivation of the epsilon expansion in which all the actual calculations at least to lowest order reduce to simple counting, avoiding the need for Feynman diagrams.

The renormalization group idea.