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by L.A. Bunimovich,D. Burago,N. Chernov,E.G.D. Cohen,C.P. Dettmann,J.R. Dorfman,S. Ferleger,R. Hirschl,A. Kononenko,J.L. Lebowitz,C. Liverani,T.J. Murphy,J. Piasecki,H.A. Posch,N. Simanyi,Ya. Sinai,D. Szasz,T. Tel,H. van Beijeren,R. van Zon,J. Vollmer,L.S. Young


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Overall, the book constitutes an excellent introduction into this active, sometimes controversial, field. Anybody interested in the recent advances of dynamical systems theory applied to non-equilibrium statistical mechanics will find this book of us. .

Overall, the book constitutes an excellent introduction into this active, sometimes controversial, field.Daniel Wójcik, Pure and Applied Geophysics 160, p. 1376-1378, 2003.

Authors: Bunimovich, . Burago, . Chernov, . Cohen, . Kinetic Theory Estimates for the Kolmogorov-Sinai Entropy, and the Largest Lyapunov Exponents for Dilute, Hard Ball Gases and for Dilute, Random Lorentz Gases. Ferleger, . Hirschl, . Kononenko, . Lebowitz, . Liverani, . Murphy, . Piasecki, . Posch, . Simanyi, . Sinai, . Szasz, . Tel, . Beijeren, H. van, Zon, R. van, Vollmer, . Young, .

Bunimovich, D. Burago, N. Dorfman, S. Ferleger, R. Hirschl, A. Lebowitz, C. Murphy, J. Posch, N. Simanyi, D. Szasz. Hard Ball Systems and the Lorentz Gas are fundamental models arising in the theory of Hamiltonian dynamical systems. Moreover, in these models, some key laws of statistical physics can also be tested or even established by mathematically rigorous tools. The mathematical methods are most beautiful but sometimes quite involved.

Dorfman, S. (Author), R. Hirschl (Author), A. Kononenko (Author), . Chernov, E. G. D. Dettmann, J. R. Bunimovich (Author), D. Burago (Author), N. Chernov (Author), E. Cohen (Author), . Dettmann (Author), J. Dorfman (Author), S. Ferleger (Author), R. Lebowitz (Author) & 7 more.

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J. L. Lebowitz, J. Piasecki and Ya. Sinai: Scaling Dynamics of a Massive Piston in an Ideal Gas. oceedings{, title {Hard ball systems and the Lorentz gas}, author {Leonid Bunimovich and Dmitri Burago and Nikolai Chernov and Elizabeth D. Cohen and Carl P. Dettmann and Jonathan Robert Dorfman and S. V. Ferleger and Robin Hirschl and A. Kononenko and Joel Louis Lebowitz and Carlangelo Liverani and Thomas James Murphy and Jarosław Piasecki and Harald A. Posch.

Sinai, D. Szász, T. Tél, H. van Beijer. Some basic topics: hyperbolicity and ergodicity, correlation decay, Lyapunov exponents, Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy, entropy production, irreversibility

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Some basic topics: hyperbolicity and ergodicity, correlation decay, Lyapunov exponents, Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy, entropy production, irreversibility.

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Part I. Mathematics: 1. Burago, S. Ferleger, A. Kononenko: A Geometric Approach to Semi-Dispersing Billiards. 3. C. P. Dettmann: The Lorentz Gas: a Paradigm for Nonequilibrium Stationary States. 2. T. J. Murphy, E. Cohen: On the Sequences of Collisions Among Hard Spheres in Infinite Spacel- 3. N. Simanyi: Hard Ball Systems and Semi-Dispersive Billiards: Hyperbolicity and Ergodicity. 8. 4. Tl, J. Vollmer: Entropy Balance, Multibaker Maps, and the Dynamics of the Lorentz Gas.

D Szasz, H Van Beijeren, L A Bunimovich. The mathematical methods are most beautiful but sometimes quite involved

Hard Ball Systems and the Lorentz Gas are fundamental models arising in the theory of Hamiltonian dynamical systems. Moreover, in these models, some key laws of statistical physics can also be tested or even established by mathematically rigorous tools. The mathematical methods are most beautiful but sometimes quite involved. This collection of surveys written by leading researchers of the fields - mathematicians, physicists or mathematical physicists - treat both mathematically rigourous results, and evolving physical theories where the methods are analytic or computational. Some basic topics: hyperbolicity and ergodicity, correlation decay, Lyapunov exponents, Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy, entropy production, irreversibility. This collection is a unique introduction into the subject for graduate students, postdocs or researchers - in both mathematics and physics - who want to start working in the field.
Hard Ball Systems and the Lorentz Gas download epub
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Author: L.A. Bunimovich,D. Burago,N. Chernov,E.G.D. Cohen,C.P. Dettmann,J.R. Dorfman,S. Ferleger,R. Hirschl,A. Kononenko,J.L. Lebowitz,C. Liverani,T.J. Murphy,J. Piasecki,H.A. Posch,N. Simanyi,Ya. Sinai,D. Szasz,T. Tel,H. van Beijeren,R. van Zon,J. Vollmer,L.S. Young
ISBN: 3540676201
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2000 edition (January 12, 2001)
Pages: 458 pages