We consider low-temperature behavior of weakly interacting electrons in disordered conductors in the regime when all single-particle eigenstates are localized by the quenched disorder. We prove that i . . . . .
The overall object of thermal and statistical physics is to understand
the behavior of macroscopic systems from the microscopic interactions
between the particles making up the syst . . . . .
is directly related to the Hamiltonian function in classical
physics, which will be defined in the first chapter. The ket-vector state and
its physical meaning will be introduced in . . . . .
This is not the book I thought I’d be writing. When, about a decade ago, I initiated the
discussions that led to our Computational Physics course, I thought we would teach mainly
physics in it. The . . . . .