Annual Reviews of Computational Physics III

This series of books covers all areas of computational physics, collecting together reviews where a newcomer can learn about the state of the art regarding methods and results.

Annual Reviews of Computational Physics III

Annual Reviews of Computational Physics III

This series of books covers all areas of computational physics, collecting together reviews where a newcomer can learn about the state of the art regarding methods and results. Articles are submitted by e-mail before deadlines which are kept by the editor. Biologically motivated simulations, glasses, world-record molecular dynamics, deposition on surfaces, and hydrodynamics are discussed in this volume which ends with an explanation of elementary particle physics (QCD) and their phase transitions. Contents:Preface (D Stauffer)Computer Simulations of Supercooled Liquids and Structural Glasses (W Kob)Evolution Motivated Computer Models (N Vandewalle & M Ausloos)A Survey of Genetic Algorithms (M Tomassini)Parallel Algorithms for Short-Range Molecular Dynamics (D M Beazley et al.)Dynamics of Nonequilibrium Deposition with Diffusional Relaxation (V Privman)Recent Advances in Lattice Boltzmann Computing (Y H Qian et al.)Condensed Matter Physics at One Tera-Kelvin (J Potvin) Readership: Computational physicists, condensed matter physicists, high energy physicists and theoretical biologists. keywords:Glasses;Evolution;Molecular Dynamics;Lattice Boltzmann Equation “This book contains 7 reviews on Computational Physics and Computer Science. Though each review hardly relates to others, all the reviews are very well written and carefully designed to draw interest of all researchers of related study.” Bulletin of Japan Physical Society

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Annual Reviews of Computational Physics III
Language: en
Pages: 292
Authors: Dietrich Stauffer
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995-10-25 - Publisher: World Scientific

This series of books covers all areas of computational physics, collecting together reviews where a newcomer can learn about the state of the art regarding methods and results. Articles are submitted by e-mail before deadlines which are kept by the editor. Biologically motivated simulations, glasses, world-record molecular dynamics, deposition on
Annual Reviews of Computational Physics III
Language: en
Pages: 292
Authors: Dietrich Stauffer
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995-10-01 - Publisher: World Scientific

This series of books covers all areas of computational physics, collecting together reviews where a newcomer can learn about the state of the art regarding methods and results. Articles are submitted by e-mail before deadlines which are kept by the editor.Biologically motivated simulations, glasses, world-record molecular dynamics, deposition on surfaces,
Annual Reviews of Computational Physics VIII
Language: en
Pages: 339
Authors: Dietrich Stauffer
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher: World Scientific

This volume is based on an international school on ?Scaling and Disordered Systems? organized by M R H Khajehpour, M R Kolahchi and M Sahimi. Despite the common theme, it covers fields as diverse as basic and applied percolation, and biological prey-predator and ageing simulations. The advantages of computer simulation
Annual Reviews of Computational Physics IV
Language: en
Pages: 404
Authors: Dietrich Stauffer
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1996 - Publisher: World Scientific

Quantum phenomena and methods are the core of this volume in our series which publishes rapidly reviews of topics in computational physics. In addition, we look at phase transitions in Ising lattices, in continuum fluids, polymer solutions, and end with biological ageing. As before, papers were submitted by e-mail, and
Annual Reviews of Computational Physics V
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Dietrich Stauffer
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 1997 - Publisher: World Scientific

In this fifth volume of the authoritative series, the simulation of forest fires, flames, and hydrodynamics is presented in the first three articles. The next two deal with quantum simulations, in particular for two dimensions (quantum Hall effect and monolayers). Biology is connected with the last two articles: we learn