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The Langevin equation : with applications to stochastic problems in physics, chemistry and electrical engineering

William T. Coffey, Trinity College, Ireland, Yuri P. Kalmykov.

3rd ed.

[River Edge], New Jersey : World Scientific, ©2012.

xxii, 827 pgs. : ilustraciones ; 24 cm.

Serie: World Scientific series in contemporary chemical physics ; 27

ISBN: 9789814355667 (hardback)

Resumen: This volume is the third edition of the first-ever elementary book on the Langevin equation method for the solution of problems involving the translational and rotational Brownian motion of particles and spins in a potential highlighting modern applications in physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, and so on. In order to improve the presentation, to accommodate all the new developments, and to appeal to the specialized interests of the various communities involved, the book has been extensively rewritten and a very large amount of new material has been added. This has been done in order to present a comprehensive overview of the subject emphasizing via a synergetic approach that seemingly unrelated physical problems involving random noise may be described using virtually identical mathematical methods in the spirit of the founders of the subject, viz., Einstein, Langevin, Smoluchowski, Kramers, etc. The book has been written in such a way that all the material should be accessible both to an advanced researcher and a beginning graduate student. It draws together, in a coherent fashion, a variety of results which have hitherto been available only in the form of scattered research papers and review articles.

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