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* * * FreeScience.info Newsletter Number 75 13-05-11 * * *

Book :Long and short time quantum dynamics: III. Transients
The quantum transport equations for fast transients have the structure of a Generalized Master Equations for the single-particle distribution, with causal memory terms. Nonequilibrium Greenís functio. . . . .
Book :Long and short time quantum dynamics: II. Kinetic regime
Non-equilibrium Greenís functions reduce to quantum kinetic equations in the kinetic regime, that is, if the quasi- classical, quasi-particle picture is valid. The classical tool yielding the kinetic. . . . .
Book :Long and short time quantum dynamics: I. Between Greenís functions and transport equations
This paper summarizes the present views on construction of the electron quantum transport equations based on the Non-Equilibrium Greenís Functions approach. The basic tool is the so-called Ansatz dec. . . . .
Book :Confinement, chiral symmetry, and the lattice
Two crucial properties of QCD, confinement and chiral symmetry breaking, cannot be understand within the context of conventional Feynman perturbation theory. Non-perturbative phenomena enter the t. . . . .
Book :An Introduction to Biological Aging Theory
Why do we age? The answer to this question is critical to our ability to prevent and treat highly age-related diseases such as cancer and heart disease that now cause the deaths of most people in the . . . . .
Book :Introduction to the Time Evolution of Open Quantum Systems
We revise fundamental concepts in the dynamics of open quantum systems in the light of modern developments in the field. Our aim is to present a unified approach to the quantum evolution of open syste. . . . .
Book :Quantumtheory of many − particle systems
Contents: Classical mechanics; Lorentz transformations; Classical field theory; Relativistic Wave equations; Field quantization; Perturbation theory; Dilute Bose gas; Fermi gases; Effective potential;. . . . .
Book :Polymers with spatial or topological constraints: theoretical and computational results
In this review we provide an organized summary of the theoretical and computational results which are available for polymers subject to spatial or topological constraints. Because of the interdiscipli. . . . .
Book :Quantum transients
Quantum transients are temporary features of matter waves before they reach a stationary regime. Transients may arise after the preparation of an unstable initial state or due to a sudden interaction . . . . .
Book :Text Algorithm
This much-needed book on the design of algorithms and data structures for text processing emphasizes both theoretical foundations and practical applications. It is intended to serve both as a textbook. . . . .
Book :Differential topology
Contents: Introduction; Smooth manifolds; The tangent space; Vector bundles; Submanifolds; Partition of unity; Constructions on vector bundles; Differential equations and flows; Appendix: Point set t. . . . .
Book :Protoplanetary Disks and Their Evolution
Flattened, rotating disks of cool dust and gas extending for tens to hundreds of AU are found around almost all low mass stars shortly after their birth. These disks generally persist for several Myr,. . . . .
Book :Observatories in Space
Contents: Introduction; The impact of the Earth atmosphere on astronomical observations; High-energy space observatories; Optical-Ultraviolet space observatories; Infrared, sub-millimeter and millimet. . . . .
Book :The physics of neutron stars
Topical problems in the physics of and basic facts about neutron stars are reviewed. The observational manifestations of neutron stars, their core and envelope structure, magnetic fields, thermal evol. . . . .
Book :Magnetic fields in massive stars, their winds, and their nebulae
Massive stars are crucial building blocks of galaxies and the universe, as production sites of heavy elements and as stirring agents and energy providers through stellar winds and supernovae. The fiel. . . . .
Book :Topics in random matrix theory
Contents: Preparatory material; Random matrices; Related articles;

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