Disorder in Physical Systems: A Volume in Honour of John Hammersley
This volume is dedicated to John Hammersley, one of the most influential of all researchers in random phenomena. It provides a unique survey of the current state of mathematical research in this field, which has seen great advances in recent decades. As Hammersley's colleagues and collaborators, the contributors are all leading figures in their respective fields.. They describe progress in such areas as percolation theory, random networks, lattice animals, stochastic geometry, diffusions, covering problems, Monte Carlo methods, and operations research. Computational complexity, random fields, convergence on random variables, classical and quantum mechanics, and analytic number theory are also covered. Researchers and graduate students in a variety of disciplines will find this an authoritative and up-to-date survey of many of the most exciting developments in mathematics today.
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|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||392|
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