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Ten Lectures on Random Media

Ten Lectures on Random Media
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Dewey Class 519
Title Ten Lectures on Random Media ([EBook]) / by Erwin Bolthausen, Alain-Sol Sznitman.
Author Bolthausen, Erwin , 1945-
Added Personal Name Sznitman, Alain-Sol
Other name(s) SpringerLink (Online service)
Publication Basel : Birkhäuser , 2002.
Physical Details VI, 116 pages : 3 illus. : online resource.
Series DMV Seminar ; 32
ISBN 9783034881593
Summary Note The following notes grew out oflectures held during the DMV-Seminar on Random Media in November 1999 at the Mathematics Research Institute of Oberwolfach, and in February-March 2000 at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. In both places the atmosphere was very friendly and stimulating. The positive response of the audience was encouragement enough to write up these notes. I hope they will carryover the enjoyment of the live lectures. I whole heartedly wish to thank Profs. Matthias Kreck and Jean-François Le Gall who were respon­ sible for these two very enjoyable visits, Laurent Miclo for his comments on an earlier version of these notes, and last but not least Erwin Bolthausen who was my accomplice during the DMV-Seminar. A Brief Introduction The main theme of this series of lectures are "Random motions in random me­ dia". The subject gathers a variety of probabilistic models often originated from physical sciences such as solid state physics, physical chemistry, oceanography, biophysics . . . , in which typically some diffusion mechanism takes place in an inho­ mogeneous medium. Randomness appears at two levels. It comes in the description of the motion of the particle diffusing in the medium, this is a rather traditional point of view for probability theory; but it also comes in the very description of the medium in which the diffusion takes place.:
Contents note One: Lectures on Random Motions in Random Media -- A Brief Introduction -- Lecture 1: The Environment Viewed from the Particle -- Lecture 2: Central Limit Theorem for Random Walks in Random Environment with Null Drift -- Lecture 3: Long Time Survival among Random Traps -- Lecture 4: Multi-dimensional Random Walks in Random Environment -- Lecture 5: More on Random Walks in Random Environment -- Two: Lectures on Spin Glasses -- Lecture 6: On the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Model of Spin Glasses -- Lecture 7: The Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Model: High Temperature and Nonzero Magnetic Field -- Lecture 8: The Random Energy Model -- Lecture 9: The Generalized Random Energy Model and Induced Clusterings -- Lecture 10: Markovian Clustering, Reshuffling, and a Self-consistency Equation -- References.
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Internet Site http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-0348-8159-3
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