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60K40 Probability theory and stochastic processes -- Special processes -- Other physical applications of random processes

60G48 Probability theory and stochastic processes -- Stochastic processes -- Generalizations of martingales

82D60 Statistical mechanics, structure of matter -- Applications to specific types of physical systems -- Polymers

82B26 Statistical mechanics, structure of matter -- Equilibrium statistical mechanics -- Phase transitions (general) En-ligne: Springerlink - résumé | zbMath | MSN

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Salle S | 12442-01 / Ecole STF (Browse Shelf) | Available |

Ecole STFRandom obstacle problems | Ecole STFLarge deviations for random graphs | Ecole STFEstimation and testing under sparsity | Ecole STFDirected polymers in random environments | Journées EDPJournées équations aux dérivées partielles | Journées EDPJournées équations aux dérivées partielles |

Bibliogr. p. 187-196. Index

Publisher's description: Analyzing the phase transition from diffusive to localized behavior in a model of directed polymers in a random environment, this volume places particular emphasis on the localization phenomenon. The main questions: What does the path of a random walk look like if rewards and penalties are spatially randomly distributed?This model, which provides a simplified version of stretched elastic chains pinned by random impurities, has attracted much research activity, but it (and its relatives) still holds many secrets, especially in high dimensions. It has non-Gaussian scaling limits and it belongs to the so-called KPZ universality class when the space is one-dimensional. Adopting a Gibbsian approach, using general and powerful tools from probability theory, the discrete model is studied in full generality. Presenting the state-of-the art from different perspectives, and written in the form of a first course on the subject, this monograph is aimed at researchers in probability or statistical physics, but is also accessible to masters and Ph.D. students.

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