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Published
**1978**
by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York
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Written in English

- Renormalization group.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Pierre Collet, Jean-Pierre Eckmann. |

Series | Lecture notes in physics -- 74 |

Contributions | Eckmann, Jean-Pierre. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC20.7.R43 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL21338799M |

ISBN 10 | 0387086706 |

statistical mechanics such as renormalization can be ap-plied to the analysis. In particular, we shall consider a general RG argument which gives a lower bound to the lower critical dimension and a local decimation procedure in 1D. We then examine renormalization approaches on a small-world network and discuss scaling behavior of the system. II. Universality in the Renormalization Group Let us now see how the formalism of the RG can explain universality. Suppose we start from a system with a Hamiltonian H {\displaystyle {\mathcal {H}}} which depends on some coupling constants [ K ] {\displaystyle [K]} ; suppose also that we can write a RG transformation which in general gives rise to.

The main content of this lecture is the renormalization group method (RGM). This method appeared in statistical mechanics and quantum ﬁeld theory. It is connected with scaling ideas and limit theorems in probability theory. In early works by physicists on RGM there were the references to Kolmogorov works on turbulence. Two new ideas which were. Renormalization Group: Applications in Statistical Physics Uwe C. TaÂ¨uber Department of Physics, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA , USA Abstract These notes aim to provide a concise pedagogical introduction to some important applications of the renormaliza- Cited by: 6.

A rigorous renormalization group analysis of a hierarchical model. Journal of Statistical Physics , () Breaking of periodicity at positive by: 1. Introduction. The renormalization group (RG; Wilson, ; Wilson and Fisher, ) is by now a method found in any “classical” statistical physics text book (Goldenfeld, ; Plischke and Bergersen, ).It has allowed to categorize broad classes of equilibrium systems into an enumerable set of universality classes, each characterized by discrete features, such as their dimension and Cited by: 8.

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After reviewing the scaling approach and Ginzburg-Landau theory for critical phenomena, Wilson's momentum shell RG method is presented, and the critical exponents for the scalar Phi^4 model are determined to first order in an eps expansion about d_c = by: 6.A renormalization group analysis of the hierarchical model in statistical mechanics / Pierre Collet, Jean-Pierre Eckmann Springer-Verlag Berlin ; New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

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The first is an actual realization of a coarse graining procedure, also called decimation, like the one introduced by Kadanoff for the Ising model; in general this procedure must integrate the degrees of freedom of the system on scales of linear dimension which must be much larger than.CRITICAL PHENOMENA WITH RENORMALIZATION GROUP ANALYSIS OF A HIERARCHICAL MODEL OF FINANCIAL CRASHES by Tian Kuang (Tim) Wu (Statistics), Simon Fraser University, B.A.

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