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Schmittmann B., Zia R.K.P. Ч Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena (vol. 17)
Schmittmann B., Zia R.K.P. Ч Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena (vol. 17)

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Ќазвание: Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena (vol. 17)

јвторы: Schmittmann B., Zia R.K.P.

язык: en

–убрика: “ехнологи€/

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√од издани€: 1995

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'Electric' field      11
Absorbing edge [of interface]      86
Anisotropic growth      77Ч80
Anisotropic rates      see "Extreme anisotropic rates"
Anisotropic structure factors      42 43
Anisotropy      see also "Strong..." "Weak
Anisotropy exponent      42 44 51 52 54Ч59 65 67 100Ч103 146
Annealed random drive, effects      94 149
Anomalous diffusion      34 146
Antiferromagnetic order      139 142
Ashkin Ч Teller model      8 127
Asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP)      154
Asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP) with open boundary conditions      159Ч161
Asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP) with periodic boundary conditions      155
Asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP), blockage introduced      163Ч164
Backgammon-pattern configurations      113 114
Bak Ч Sneppen model      186
Barber-pole configurations      130 131
Bistability, in two-temperature model      174
Blocking transitions      see "Two-species models"
Blume Ч Emery Ч Griffiths model      8 127
Boundary conditions for standard model      12 see "Shifted
Boundary-induced phase transitions      159Ч160
Brazil nut problem      183
Bulk properties, effect of interface orientation      83Ч87 92
Bulk properties, phase transitions in critical region      99Ч103
Burgers equation and driven-interface models      177
Burgers equation and microscopic nature of shocks      162 167
Burgers equation, one-dimensional      154
Cahn Ч Allen equation      80 176
Cahn Ч Hilliard equation      76
Capillary waves      81 105
Catalytic process      172
Chemical potential gradients (CPGs) in combination with electric fields      112Ч118
Chemical potential gradients (CPGs), effects      108Ч112
Chemical potential gradients (CPGs), transverse CPG, interface stability affected      119Ч121
Chemical processes, modelling of      172
Cluster variational method      16
Cluster variational method, dynamic version      16Ч17
Co-existence curves      18 74Ч76
Co-existence curves for standard model      76
Co-existence curves, fast rate limit      152 153
Competing [conservation/non-conservation] dynamics      171Ч173
Competing [repulsion/attraction] interactions      195Ч196
Configurations during phase separation      77
Configurations for polarized lattice gas      136Ч137
Configurations with shifted periodic boundary conditions      85 87
Configurations, backgammon-board pattern      113 114
Configurations, barber-pole pattern      130 131
Correlations, long-range      25Ч40 93 see
Critical dimension, upper      61Ч63 94 100
Critical exponents, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      101 103
Critical exponents, standard model from simulations      44Ч46 50
Critical exponents, standard model from theory      65Ч66 67Ч71
Critical exponents, standard model, relations      54Ч59
Critical phenomena      6Ч7 40Ч73
Critical phenomena, simulation studies      40Ч52
Critical phenomena, theoretical investigations      52Ч73
Critical temperature, Onsager value      10 40
Critical temperature, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      103
Critical temperature, standard model      15 18 44
Critical temperature, system with repulsive interactions      141
Dangerously irrelevant operators      36 37 63 70 100
Dipolar systems, critical properties      102
Directed percolation      172
Domain splitting and merging      87Ч90
Domain splitting and merging, critical angle      89
Driven-interface models      175Ч179
Dynamic functional      6 35 60
Dynamic functional, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      103
Dynamic functional, standard model      35 61 62
Dynamic mean-field theory      5 16Ч19 141
Dynamic scaling      78
Earthquake models      186
Entropy, maximum-entropy principle      18
Epidemics      172
Escher, M.C.      12
Evaporating edge [of interface]      86
Excess energy      84Ч85
Excess energy as function of shift angle      88
Exponential decays in two-point correlation functions      32Ч33
Extreme anisotropic rates      148Ч154
Fast rate limit [for standard model]      8 149Ч154
FDT      see "Fluctuation-dissipation theorem"
Finger formation      88 112Ч118
Finger formation, factors affecting      91 92 117
Finite-size scaling in mean-field approaches      16
Finite-size scaling, anisotropic      44 51Ч52 103 147
Finite-size scaling, isotropic      7 44 51 52 140 143
Fixed-line, Gaussian      33Ч37
fixed-point      see also "Standard model" "Wilson
Fixed-point, Hamiltonians      101Ч102 173
Fixed-point, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      101
Fluctuation-dissipation theorem (FDT)      21 101
Fluctuation-dissipation theorem (FDT), violation of      23 25 35 192Ч193
Fluctuation-dissipation theorem (FDT), violation of, effects      24 38Ч39 104
Fluids, non-equilibrium steady states      187Ч191
Flux creep      196
Fokker Ч Planck equation      25
Forest fire models      186
Galilean transformation      63 145
Gaussian dynamic models      33Ч37
Gel electrophoresis      9 127 179 182Ч183
Generic scale invariance      26Ч37 183Ч186
Generic scale invariance, compared with self-organized criticality      185
Gibbs Ч Thomson relation      90 119
Glauber spin-flip dynamics      17 171
Glauber spin-flip dynamics, compared with Kawasaki dynamics      171Ч172
Glauber spin-flip dynamics, multi-temperature models with      173Ч175
Goldstone modes      104 133
Green's functions, connected      60 64
Ground states [for half-filled lattices]      13
Harris criterion      144
Hydrodynamic approach      109
Hydrodynamics, linearized equations      187Ч189
Intercalation      112
Interface orientation, bulk properties affected by      83Ч87 92
Interface orientation, finger formation in combined drive systems affected by      117
Interface stability, effect of transverse chemical potential gradient      119
Interfacial energy      83
Interfacial fluctuations, anomalous correlations      103Ч105
Interfacial properties, randomly driven and two-temperature models      103Ч105
Interfacial properties, standard model      80Ч93
Interfacial roughness, suppression of      7 81Ч83
Internal energy      47 58
Internal energy, fluctuations in      49Ч50
Interparticle interactions, attraction      20
Interparticle interactions, mixture of competing interactions      195Ч196
Interparticle interactions, repulsion      18Ч19 138Ч144
Ionic conductors, charge carriers in      127
Ionic conductors, charge carriers in, coarse-grained dynamics      20
K models      52
Kardar Ч Parisi Ч Zhang (KPZ) equation      80 170 175 176
Kardar Ч Parisi Ч Zhang (KPZ) equation and Burgers equation      177
Kardar Ч Parisi Ч Zhang (KPZ) equation and driven interfaces      9 175 176 177
Kardar Ч Parisi Ч Zhang (KPZ) equation and Navier Ч Stokes equation      177
Kardar Ч Parisi Ч Zhang (KPZ) equation, conserved version      179
Kawasaki dynamics      11 95 141 191
Kawasaki dynamics with infinite range      172
Kawasaki dynamics, compared with Glauber spin-flip dynamics      171Ч172
Kosterlitz Ч Thouless transition      143 186
Langevin equation      5Ч6 19Ч25
Langevin equation and dynamic functional      35 60 61
Langevin equation for driven interfaces      175Ч178
Langevin equation, multi-species model      131 177 181
Langevin equation, noiseless version      78
Langevin equation, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      97
Langevin equation, standard model      22 27 34 78
Langevin equation, systems driven by chemical potential gradient      109 115
Langevin equation, systems with generic scale invariance      184
Langevin equation, systems with quenched random impurities      145Ч146
Langevin equation, systems with repulsive interactions      139
Langevin equation, two-layer model      125
Langevin force      20 109
Layered compounds, staging in      112 122 196
Lifshitz points      52
Line defects, effects      118Ч119
Liquids in non-equilibrium steady states      187Ч192
Liquids in non-equilibrium steady states and Brillouin lines      188 189
Liquids in non-equilibrium steady states and Rayleigh line      188
Liquids in non-equilibrium steady states and temperature gradients      189
Liquids in non-equilibrium steady states under shear      190Ч192
Long-range correlations      25Ч40 93 see
Martin Ч Siggia Ч Rose response field      35 56
Mean-field theory      5 16Ч19 141 160 192
Metropolis rates      12 128 135 141 152 153
Microemulsions      127
Microemulsions, model for      128 135Ч138
Model A      52 80 126 139
Model B      20 52 63 80 101
Model C      80 126 139
Mullins Ч Sekerka instability      73 89 91 120
Multi-species models      127Ч138
Multi-temperature models      95 96 98
Multi-temperature models with Glauber dynamics      173Ч175
Multicritical points      73
Multilayer models      8 121Ч126 196
Navier Ч Stokes equation      177 178
Neel temperature      139
Noise, 1/f      182 183
Noise, correlation matrix      21Ч24 27Ч30
Noise, North-east-centre (NEC) model      169 174 see
One-dimensional models      9 154Ч155
One-dimensional models, open boundary conditions      158 159Ч162
One-dimensional models, shocks in      162Ч164
One-dimensional models, systems with translational invariance      155Ч158
One-dimensional models, Toom model      169Ч170
One-dimensional models, two-species models      164Ч169
One-loop diagram      67
Onsager temperature      10 40
Open boundary conditions and chemical potential gradients      108Ч118
Open boundary conditions in ID models      158 159Ч162
Ornstein Ч Zernike form [of structure factor]      29 33 189
Path probability method      16
Periodically (AC) driven systems      94 197
Phase boundaries, methods of locating      17Ч18
Phase diagrams, dynamics affecting      18 99
Phase diagrams, polarized lattice gas      131
Phase diagrams, repulsive-interaction model      140
Phase diagrams, standard model      13
Phase diagrams, two-species models      168
Phase separation, dynamics      7 76Ч80
Phase transitions, boundary-induced      159Ч160
Phase transitions, continuous      72Ч73 107
Phase transitions, effects of shear flow      189Ч191
Phase transitions, signals of      41
Phase transitions, splitting and merging      87Ч90
Polarized lattice gas (PLG)      135Ч138
Polymer sedimentation      9 179Ч183
Potts models      8 127 174 175
Power counting      61Ч66 100 102 126 141 146 172
Power law decays above criticality      26Ч32 97 98
Power law decays, critical      45
Quenched impurities, effects      144Ч148 175
Randomly driven systems      94Ч107
Rayleigh Ч Benard experiment, equivalent for lattice gas      108
References listed      198Ч213
Reggeon field theory      172 173 185
Related non-equlibrium steady-state systems      170Ч191
Renormalization group analysis      6 21 52
Renormalization group analysis, Gaussian dynamic models      33Ч37
Renormalization group analysis, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      99Ч103
Renormalization group analysis, standard model      59Ч73
Renormalization group analysis, standard model, one-loop results      67Ч73
Renormalization group analysis, systems with quenched random impurities      144Ч146
Reptation models      127 134 165Ч167 180Ч182
Repulsive interactions, mapping by gauge transformation      8 139
Repulsive interactions, standard model with      18Ч19 138Ч144
Response functions      56
Roughening transition      81
Roughening transition, effects of driving      179
Rubinstein Ч Duke model      see "Reptation models"
Saffman Ч Taylor instability      89
Sandpile models      184Ч186
Scale invariance      see "Generic scale invariance"
Scaling hypothesis      52
Scaling laws, with strong anisotropy      53Ч59 192
Self-organized criticality (SOC)      9 183Ч186
Shear, phase transitions under      189Ч191
Shifted periodic boundary conditions (SPBC)      83Ч93
Shifted periodic boundary conditions (SPBC) and splitting/merging transitions      87Ч90
Shocks, development in ID models      159 162Ч164
Shocks, microscopic nature      162 167
Sine Ч Gordon      179
Single-step surface growth model      154 162
Singular diffusion      186
Six vertex model      155Ч157
Specific heat      47 58
Spin-flip dynamics      17 171 see
Staging phenomena [in layered materials]      112 122 196
Standard [non-equilibrium] model      4
Standard [non-equilibrium] model and dynamic mean-field theories      5 16Ч19
Standard [non-equilibrium] model and multi-layer models      121Ч126
Standard [non-equilibrium] model and multi-species models      127Ч138
Standard [non-equilibrium] model and multi-temperature model      95 96 98
Standard [non-equilibrium] model and randomly driven systems      95Ч98 193
Standard [non-equilibrium] model with chemical potential gradient      108Ч112
Standard [non-equilibrium] model with chemical potential gradient, in combination with electric field      112Ч118
Standard [non-equilibrium] model with chemical potential gradient, interface stability in transverse CPG      119Ч121
Standard [non-equilibrium] model with combination of direct and random drives      105Ч107
Standard [non-equilibrium] model with quenched impurities      144Ч148
Standard [non-equilibrium] model with repulsive interactions      18Ч19 138Ч144
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, boundary conditions specified      12
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, co-existence curve for      76
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, collective behaviour      95Ч98 192
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, criticisms/limitations      5 187
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, driving field introduced      11
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, fast rate limit      148Ч153
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, finite-size effects      51Ч52
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, fixed point      68
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, interface fluctuations suppression      81Ч83 103Ч105
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, lack of droplets in ordered states      75
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, master equation      11
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, mesoscopic approach      5Ч6 19Ч25 115
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, microscopic dynamics      11Ч13
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, one-dimensional models      9 154Ч170
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, phase separation      76Ч80
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, rates, microscopic      11Ч12
Standard [non-equilibrium] model, scaling behaviour      67Ч73
Strip ordering      72 74 147
Strong anisotropic scaling      53Ч59 192
Strong anisotropy      42
Strong anisotropy, implications      44
Structure factors      27Ч28
Structure factors, above-criticality      86 100
Structure factors, contour plots      28
Structure factors, fluctuations in      49Ч50
Structure factors, Ornstein Ч Zernike form      29 33 189 see
Superconductors, flux creep in      196
Superionic conductors      4Ч5 8 187
Surface growth models      see "Driven-interface models"
Susceptibilities      46 56Ч57
Symmetry, charge conjugation (C)      15
Symmetry, Euclidean      84
Symmetry, Galilean      see "Galilean transformation"
Symmetry, Ising      26 38 39 44 84 95 96 123 139
Symmetry, O(n)      96
Symmetry, particle conservation      19
Symmetry, randomly driven and multi-temperature models      94Ч96
Symmetry, reflection (R)      16
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