Scaling and Renormalization in Statistical Physics, pp, ISBN Non- Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics and Turbulence, ich and K. Cardy, John L. Scaling and renormalization in statistical physics. John L. Cardy (Oxford U.) Keyword(s): INSPIRE: book | statistical. Scaling and renormalization in statistical physics – Cardy, John L. Cambridge, UK : Univ. Pr. () p. (Cambridge lecture notes in physics: 3).
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