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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
1 
A. Campa, T. Dauxois, D. Fanelli, and S. Ruffo 
Physics of longrange interacting systems 
OB1130 

eBook 

2 
Florent Krzakala [and five others] 
Statistical physics, optimization, inference and messagepassing algorithms 
OB1128 

eBook 

3 
Kip S. Thorne 
Modern classical physics: Optics, Fluids, Plasmas, Elasticity, Relativity, and Statistical Physics 
026218 
2017 
Book 

4 
Sabyasachi Bhattacharya 
Remembering Leo Kadanoff 


Journal Article 

5 
Mark P. Silverman 
Certain uncertainty: Nature's Random Ways 
025892 
2014 
Book 

6 
Klavs Hansen 
Statistical physics of nanoparticles in the gas phase 
I02085 
2013 
eBook 

7 
Josef Honerkamp 
Statistical physics 
I01931 
2012 
eBook 

8 
Yemima BenMenahem (ed.) 
Probability in physics 
I01797 
2012 
eBook 

9 
Roberto Piazza 
Note di fisica statistica 
I01679 
2011 
eBook 

10 
Eric Bertin 
concise introduction to the statistical physics of complex systems 
I01657 
2012 
eBook 


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Title  Modern classical physics: Optics, Fluids, Plasmas, Elasticity, Relativity, and Statistical Physics 
Author(s)  Kip S. Thorne ;Roger D. Blandford 
Publication  Princeton , Princeton University Press, 2017. 
Description  xl, 1511p. 
Abstract Note  This firstyear, graduatelevel text and reference book covers the fundamental concepts and twentyfirstcentury applications of six major areas of classical physics that every masters or PhDlevel physicist should be exposed to, but often isn't: statistical physics, optics (waves of all sorts), elastodynamics, fluid mechanics, plasma physics, and special and general relativity and cosmology. this book is designed to broaden the training of physicists. Its six main topical sections are also designed so they can be used in separate courses, and the book provides an invaluable reference for researchers. 
ISBN,Price  9780691159027 : US $125.00(HB) 
Classification  53

Keyword(s)  1. COSMOLOGY
2. ELASTICITY
3. ELASTODYNAMICS
4. FLUID MECHANICS
5. GENERAL RELATIVITY
6. PHYSICS
7. PLASMA PHYSICS
8. SPECIAL RELATIVITY
9. STATISTICAL PHYSICS

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026219 

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Title  Certain uncertainty: Nature's Random Ways 
Author(s)  Mark P. Silverman 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014. 
Description  xvi, 617p. 
Abstract Note  DescriptionContentsResourcesCoursesAbout the Authors
Based around a series of reallife scenarios, this engaging introduction to statistical reasoning will teach you how to apply powerful statistical, qualitative and probabilistic tools in a technical context. From analysis of electricity bills, baseball statistics, and stock market fluctuations, through to profound questions about physics of fermions and bosons, decaying nuclei, and climate change, each chapter introduces relevant physical, statistical and mathematical principles stepbystep in an engaging narrative style, helping to develop practical proficiency in the use of probability and statistical reasoning. With numerous illustrations making it easy to focus on the most important information, this insightful book is perfect for students and researchers of any discipline interested in the interwoven tapestry of probability, statistics, and physics. 
ISBN,Price  9781107032811 : US $100.00(HB) 
Classification  519.21:53

Keyword(s)  1. PROBABILITY
2. RANDOMNESS
3. STATISTICAL PHYSICS
4. STATISTICAL REASONING

Item Type  Book 
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OB0447 

519.21:53/SIL/ 
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Title  concise introduction to the statistical physics of complex systems 
Author(s)  Eric Bertin 
Publication  Heidelberg, Springer, 2012. 
Description  1 online resource (x, 77 p.) : ill 
Abstract Note  This concise primer (based on lectures given at summer schools on complex systems and on a masters degree course in complex systems modeling) will provide graduate students and newcomers to the field with the basic knowledge of the concepts and methods of statistical physics and its potential for application to interdisciplinary topics. ï¿½A Indeed, in recent years, statistical physics has begun to attract the interest of a broad community of researchers in the field of complex system sciences, ranging from biology to the social sciences, economics and computer science. More generally, a growing number of graduate students and researchers feel the need to learn some basic concepts and questions originating in other disciplines without necessarily having to master all of the corresponding technicalities and jargon. Generally speaking, the goals of statistical physics may be summarized as follows: on the one hand to study systems composed of a large number of interacting ï¿½aentitiesï¿½a, and on the other to predict the macroscopic (or collective) behavior of the system considered from the microscopic laws ruling the dynamics of the individual ï¿½aentitiesï¿½a. These two goals are, to some extent, also shared by what is nowadays called ï¿½acomplex systems scienceï¿½a and for these reasons, systems studied in the framework of statistical physics may be considered as among the simplest examples of complex systemsï¿½a"allowing in addition a rather well developed mathematical treatment 
Notes  Includes bibliographical references 
Keyword(s)  1. EBOOK
2. EBOOK  SPRINGER
3. STATISTICAL PHYSICS

Item Type  eBook 
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