Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
by Gunnar Pruessner
Publisher: Imperial College London 2011
Number of pages: 51
This is an attempt to deliver, within a couple of hours, a few key-concepts of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. The goal is to develop some ideas of contemporary research. Many of the ideas are illustrated or even introduced by examples.
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