6 edition of Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems found in the catalog.
June 1997 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Miguel Rubi (Editor), Conrado Perez-Vicente (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
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Complex behaviour of glassy systems: proceedings of the XIV Sitges conference, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, June [J M Rubí; Conrado Pérez-Vicente;] Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems Proceedings of the XIV Sitges Conference Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, June W Springer.
Contents Entropy, Pragility, and the Glass Transition CA. Angell 1 Computer Simulation of Models for the Structural Glass Get this from a library.
Complex behaviour of glassy systems: proceedings of the XIV Sitges conference, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, June [J M Rubí; Conrado Pérez-Vicente;] -- For the first time this subject, including many systems of interest in Condensed Matter Physics, is treated in an unified way.
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In these lectures I will study some properties that are shared by many glassy systems. I will shown how some of these properties can be understood in the framework of the mean field approach based on the replica method and I will discuss which are the difficulties which we have to face when we apply the replica method to realistic short range :// Ritort F.
() Classical and quantum behavior in mean-field glassy systems. In: Rubí M., Pérez-Vicente C. (eds) Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems. Lecture Notes in Physics, vol adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A R/abstract.
Systems exhibiting glassy behaviour are for example: real glasses, spin glasses, vortex flasses in superconductors, protein folding, etc.
In this book the reader can see how the present theoretical understanding of these subjects is based on similar techniques and approaches hopefully allowing to develop a unifying structure that underlies the physical The glass transition in a hard sphere system is studied numerically, using a model free energy functional that exhibits glassy local minima at sufficiently high densities.
The numerical methods used in our work include free-energy minimization, direct integration of Langevin equations and Monte Carlo :// A discussion of the complex behaviour of glassy systems. It contains papers on subjects such as global linear interfacial instability for the generalized needle solutions, and the anisotropy effect of surface tension and low-frequency :// Nieuwenhuizen T.M.
() Complexity as the driving force for glassy transitions. In: Rubí M., Pérez-Vicente C. (eds) Complex Behaviour of Glassy Systems.
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Applications of both the concepts and the results are presented. The author takes the opportunity to explain the underlying fundamental mathematical concepts involved in the results, for example the Conley-Floer theory, which is a topic that is not commonly studied in introductory texts on dynamical systems.
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