Quantum and semi-classical percolation and breakdown in disordered solids / A.K. Sen, K.K. Bardhan, B.K. Chakrabarti (eds.).

Contributor(s): Sen, A. K. (Asok K.) | Bardhan, K. K. (Kamal K.), 1952- | Chakrabarti, B. K. (Bikas K.), 1952-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 762.Publisher: Berlin : Springer-Verlag, ©2009Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 326 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540854289; 3540854282Subject(s): Percolation (Statistical physics) | Quantum theory | Quantum theory | Percolation (Statistical physics) | Physique | Percolation (Statistical physics) | Quantum theory | Amorpher Festkörper | Elektrischer Durchschlag | Granulärer Stoff | Perkolationstheorie | Verbundwerkstoff | condenseren | condensation | fysica | physics | toegepaste statistiek | applied statistics | numerieke methoden | numerical methods | computational science | quantumfysica | quantum physics | Physics (General) | Fysica (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Quantum and semi-classical percolation and breakdown in disordered solids.DDC classification: 530.13 LOC classification: QC174.85.P45 | Q82 2009Other classification: O414. 2 | UD 8220 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Classical percolation / D. Stauffer -- Non-linear response, semi-classical percolation and breakdown in the RRTN model / A.K. Sen -- Quantum transmittance through random media / A. Mookerjee, T. Saha-Dasgupta and I. Dasgupta -- Quantum percolation in two dimensions / H. Nakanishi and Md. Fhokrul Islam -- Quantum percolation in disordered structures / G. Schubert and H. Fehske -- Quantum percolation in the quantum hall regime / C. Sohrmann, J. Oswald and R.A. Römer -- Percolative quantum transport in manganites / P. Majumdar -- Classical and quantum breakdown in disordered / D. Samanta, B.K. Chakrabarti and P. Ray -- Nonequilibrium quantum breakdown in a strongly correlated electron system / T. Oka and H. Aoki -- Percolation in quantum computation and communication / K. Kieling and J. Eisert.
Summary: This set of extensive tutorial reviews and lectures focusses on the semi-classical and quantum aspects of percolation methods and their application to breakdown phenomena in disordered composite or granular materials. It sets out to connect - for the first time and in a coherent fashion - many recent theoretical and experimental advances in adjacent fields, such as the investigation of nonlinear current-voltage characteristics of 'quantum-dotted' materials or Zener breakdown in Mott or Anderson insulators. Last but not least, a final chapter explores the application of quantum percolation methods to the rapidly emerging field of quantum computing and communication.
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Classical percolation / D. Stauffer -- Non-linear response, semi-classical percolation and breakdown in the RRTN model / A.K. Sen -- Quantum transmittance through random media / A. Mookerjee, T. Saha-Dasgupta and I. Dasgupta -- Quantum percolation in two dimensions / H. Nakanishi and Md. Fhokrul Islam -- Quantum percolation in disordered structures / G. Schubert and H. Fehske -- Quantum percolation in the quantum hall regime / C. Sohrmann, J. Oswald and R.A. Römer -- Percolative quantum transport in manganites / P. Majumdar -- Classical and quantum breakdown in disordered / D. Samanta, B.K. Chakrabarti and P. Ray -- Nonequilibrium quantum breakdown in a strongly correlated electron system / T. Oka and H. Aoki -- Percolation in quantum computation and communication / K. Kieling and J. Eisert.

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This set of extensive tutorial reviews and lectures focusses on the semi-classical and quantum aspects of percolation methods and their application to breakdown phenomena in disordered composite or granular materials. It sets out to connect - for the first time and in a coherent fashion - many recent theoretical and experimental advances in adjacent fields, such as the investigation of nonlinear current-voltage characteristics of 'quantum-dotted' materials or Zener breakdown in Mott or Anderson insulators. Last but not least, a final chapter explores the application of quantum percolation methods to the rapidly emerging field of quantum computing and communication.

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