Ideas and Methods in Quantum and Statistical Physics
In Memory of Raphael HøeghKrohn
Volume 2
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 Editors:
 Sergio Albeverio, RuhrUniversität, Bochum, Germany
 Helge Holden, Norwegian Institute of Technology, Trondheim
 Jens Erik Fenstad, Universitetet i Oslo
 Tom Lindstrom, Universitetet i Oslo
 Date Published: June 1992
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 format: Hardback
 isbn: 9780521419307
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These volumes contain a collection of essays by many of the closest coworkers of Raphael HoeghKrohn (19381988), one of the outstanding mathematical physicists of our age. The contributions vary in style, purpose, and contentsome are surveys that summarize and clarify a subject area, others are new and adventurous expeditions into unknown territory. The topics cover most aspects of modern mathematical physics with special emphasis on methods from operator theory and stochastic analysis. Volume 1 contains papers on mathematical analysis (both linear and nonlinear), stochastics, and applications. Volume 2 discusses mathematical problems in quantum and statistical physics.
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 Date Published: June 1992
 format: Hardback
 isbn: 9780521419307
 length: 558 pages
 dimensions: 229 x 30 x 152 mm
 weight: 0.91kg
 contains: 1 b/w illus.
 availability: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
Part I. Quantum Mechanics:
1. On the low density of Boson models: Langevin equation L. Accardi and L. Y. Gang
2. Schrödinger operators with potentials supported by null sets S. Albeverio, J. E. Fenstad, R. HøeghKrohn, W. Karwowski and T. Lindstrom
3. Landau Hamiltonians on symmetric spaces J. E. Avron and A. Pnueli
4. Renormalization group analysis and quasicrystals J. Bellissard
5. The measurement problem in the stochastic formulation of quantum mechanics Ph. Blanchard, M. Cini and M. Serva
6. Schrödinger operators at threshold D. Bollé
7. Spectral analysis and scattering theory for Schrödinger operators with an interaction supported by a regular curve J. F. Brasche and A. Teta
8. Lattice models of solids V. V. Evstratov and B. S. Pavlov
9. Schrödinger operators on unusual manifolds P. Exner and P. Šeba
10. High energy resolvent estimates for Schrödinger operators A. Jensen
11. Point interactions as solvable models W. Kirsch
12. Stochastic model of quantum mechanics V. P. Maslov
Part II. Quantum Field Theory:
13. Maximality of infinite dimensional Dirichlet forms and HøeghKrohn's model of quantum fields S. Albeverio and S. Kusuoka
14. Global Markov property in quantum field theory and statistical mechanics: a review on results and problems S. Albeverio and B. Zegarlinski
15. Hypercontractivity: a bibliographic review E. B. Davies, L. B. Gross and B. Simon
16. Progress and problems in algebraic quantum field theory S. Doplicher
17. HøeghKrohn's model of quantum fields and the absolute continuity of measures S. Kusuoka
18. Baryon states in lattice QCD R. A. Minlos and E. A. Zhinzhina
19. The energy of a Weyl soliton R. F. Streater
Part III. Statistical Physics:
20. Morphology and classification of galaxies: a stochastic model S. Albeverio, Ph. Blanchard, D. Gandolfo, R. HøeghKrohn and M. Mebkhout
21. Thermodynamic inequalities for the surface tension and the geometry of the Wulff construction R. L. Dobrushin and S. B. Shlosman
22. Verification of the global Markov property for strongly coupled trigonometric interactions R. Gielerak
23. Decomposition of Ising models and the Mayer expansion C. M. Newman and G. A. Baker, Jr
24. Towards timedynamics for bosonic systems in quantum statistical mechanics A. G. Shuhov, Yu. M. Suhov and A. V. Teslenko
25. Towards timedynamics for bosonic systems in quantum statistical mechanics, 2 A. G. Shuhov and Yu. M. Suhov.
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