Annual Reviews of Computational Physics VII
The seventh volume of this invaluable series focuses an applications — from Ising models to the formation of small clusters and phase ordering in fluids, to the structure of concrete, to the growth of cities built from it, to the traffic jams and the biology of life in the cities, and to the marketing of products to consumers. Thus the interdisciplinary research potential of computational physics is particularly well documented.
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LennardJones Clusters and the MultipleMinima Problem
Phase Ordering in Fluids
Computer Simulation and Percolation Theory Applied to Concrete
Computer Simulations in Urban Geography
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