Annual Reviews of Computational Physics: v. 2
By: Dietrich Stauffer (volume_editor)Hardback
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This series of books covers all areas of computational physics, collecting together reviews where a newcomer can learn about the state of the art regarding methods and results.The present volume emphasizes simulations of specific materials (polymers, water, and amphiphilic systems), and then discusses surfaces, percolation, and critical slowing-down. Also emphasized is complex optimization, such as spin glasses, simulated annealing, and the graph colouring problem.
Preface, D. Stauffer; spinodal decomposition in polymer blends, S.C. Glotzer; molecular dynamics simulations of water, F. Sciortino et al; structure, topology and phase behaviour of amphiphilic systems, G. Gompper and J. Goos; nonequilibrium surfaces, L.-H. Tang; progress in percolation theory and its applications, M. Sahimi; the microscopic representation of complex macroscopic phenomena, S. Solomon; Monte Carlo studies of Ising spin glasses and random field systems, H. Rieger; optimization by simulated annealing - recent progress, D.A. Stariolo and C. Tsallis; applications of statistical mechanics to combinatorial search problems, T. Hogg.
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