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By S. Miyashita, M. Imada, H. Takayama (auth.), Professor Dr. Seiji Miyashita, Professor Dr. Masatoshi Imada, Professor Dr. Hajime Takayama (eds.)

Interacting many-body structures are the most matters of study in theoretical condensed subject physics, and they're the resource of either the curiosity and the trouble during this box. for you to comprehend the macroscopic houses of subject by way of macroscopic wisdom, many analytic and approximate tools were brought. The contributions to this lawsuits quantity specialize in the newest advancements of computational techniques in condensed subject physics. Monte Carlo equipment and molecular dynamics simulations utilized to strongly correlated classical and quantum structures comparable to electron platforms, quantum spin platforms, spin glassss, coupled map structures, polymers and different random and comlex structures are reviewed. Comprising effortless to keep on with introductions to every box lined and in addition extra really good contributions,this complaints quantity explains why computational ways are helpful and the way diversified fields are regarding each one other.

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Mat. Res. Soc. Proc. 175. 10. S. 1l5. 11. R. C. : Nature 350, 320 (1991). 12. P. W. : Nature 351, 632 (1991). 13. S. Saito and A. Oshiyama: Phys. Rev. B 44, 11 536 (1991). 14. K. : Science 252, 1154 (1991); M. J. : Phys. Rev. Lett. 66,2830 (1991). 15. P. J. , Science 252, 1417 (1991); G. K. , Science 252, 1419 (1991); C. T. , Nature 352, 603 (1991) . 16. N. Hamada, S. Saito, Y. Miyamoto, and A. Oshiyama, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 30, L2036 (1991). 17. Y. Miyamoto, A. Oshiyama, and S. Saito: (to be published).

Nature 350, 320 (1991). 12. P. W. : Nature 351, 632 (1991). 13. S. Saito and A. Oshiyama: Phys. Rev. B 44, 11 536 (1991). 14. K. : Science 252, 1154 (1991); M. J. : Phys. Rev. Lett. 66,2830 (1991). 15. P. J. , Science 252, 1417 (1991); G. K. , Science 252, 1419 (1991); C. T. , Nature 352, 603 (1991) . 16. N. Hamada, S. Saito, Y. Miyamoto, and A. Oshiyama, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 30, L2036 (1991). 17. Y. Miyamoto, A. Oshiyama, and S. Saito: (to be published). 26 Structure Optimization and Dynamics of Fine Particles in LeAO Methods C.

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