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By J. J. Binney

The winning calculation of serious exponents for non-stop part transitions is without doubt one of the major achievements of theoretical physics during the last quarter-century. This used to be accomplished by using scaling and field-theoretic options that have considering that turn into commonplace gear in lots of components of physics, specifically quantum box thought. This booklet presents an creation to those strategies. non-stop part transitions are brought, then the required statistical mechanics is summarized, through regular types, a few certain suggestions and strategies for numerical simulations. The real-space renormalization workforce and mean-field idea are then defined and illustrated. the ultimate chapters conceal the Landau-Ginzburg version, from actual motivation, via diagrammatic perturbation conception and renormalization to the renormalization workforce and the calculation of severe exponents above and less than the serious temperature

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