Statistical mechanics and field theory : mathematical aspects : proceedings of the International Conference on the Mathematical Aspects of Statistical Mechanics and Field Theory, held in Groningen, the Netherlands, August 26-30, 1985 / edited by T.C. Dorlas, N.M. Hugenholtz, and M. Winnink.
By: International Conference on the Mathematical Aspects of Statistical Mechanics and Field Theory (1985 : Groningen, Netherlands)
Contributor(s): Dorlas, T. C. (Teunis Christiaan) | Hugenholtz, N. M. (Nicolaas Marinus) | Winnink, M. (Marinus)Material type: TextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 257.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1986Description: 1 online resource (viii, 328 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540398585; 3540398589Subject(s): Statistical mechanics -- Congresses | Quantum field theory -- Congresses | Particles (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses | Mécanique statistique -- Congrès | Champs, Théorie quantique des -- Congrès | Particules (Physique nucléaire) -- Congrès | Particles (Nuclear physics) | Quantum field theory | Statistical mechanics | Mécanique statistique -- Congrès | Champs, Théorie quantique des -- Congrès | Particules (physique nucléaire) -- CongrèsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:International Conference on the Mathematical Aspects of Statistical Mechanics and Field Theory (1985 : Groningen, Netherlands).: Statistical mechanics and field theory.DDC classification: 530.1/3 LOC classification: QC174.7 | .I54 1985Online resources: Click here to access online
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A model for crystallization: A variation on the Hubbard model -- First order phase transitions and perturbation theory -- Low temperature continuous spin Gibbs States on a lattice and the interfaces between them -- a Pirogov Sinai type approach -- Spin glasses, effective decrease of long-range interactions -- Analyticity in some models of quantum statistical mechanics -- K-theory of C*--Algebras in solid state physics -- Quantum field theory without cutoffs- renormalizable and nonrenormalizable -- Renormalization group methods in rigorous quantum field theory -- Renormalisation group methods for circle mappings -- Correlations and fluctuations in charged fluids -- Models of statistical mechanics in one dimension originating from quantum ground states -- Why do bosons condense? -- Black holes and quantum mechanics -- Quantum field theory and gravitation -- A remark on antiparticles -- Notes on the canonical anticommutation relations -- A differential -- geometric setting for BRS transformations and anomalies -- Renormalization of a hierarchical fermion model in two dimensions -- Gribov copies and absence of spontaneous symmetry breaking in compact U(1) lattice higgs models -- Renormalization group approach for the Ising model as an approximate solution of the diaphantian system of equations -- Transformation of the transfer matrix for the Ising model under decimation -- Some results concerning the localization problem in one-dimensional quasiperiodic systems -- Random walks on random lattices -- The role of transverse fluctuations in multidimensional tunneling -- Self-similar temporal behavior of random walks in random media -- Loop expansions in the presence of Gribov copies -- Non-existence of long-range-order for a certain 1D model and the soliton picture -- Quantum fields out of thermal equilibrium -- Statistical mechanical approach to the construction of four dimensional boson field theories -- Correlation lengths at zero temperature in one dimension -- Horizontal Wilson loops in finite temperature lattice gauge theories -- The random bond Potts and Ashkin-Teller models -- Spectral line shapes in quantum Markov scattering -- Exact bogoliubov limits for the Bassichis-Foldy model and continued fractions.