by A. Hilger, Israel Physical Society in association with The American Institute of Physics, New York in Bristol, Jerusalem .
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited on behalf of the Israel Physical Society by G. Deutscher, R. Zallen, Joan Adler.|
|Series||Annals of the Israel Physical Society,, v. 5|
|Contributions||Deutscher, Guy., Zallen, Richard., Adler, Joan.|
|LC Classifications||QC174.85.P45 P47 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 504 p. :|
|Number of Pages||504|
|LC Control Number||84121594|
Percolation Structures and Processes (Annals of the Israel Physical Society) (Volume 5) Zallen, R (ed) et al Published by Institute of Physics Publishing ()Price Range: $ - $ Title: Percolation structures and processes: Authors: Deutscher, G.; Zallen, R.; Adler, Joan Publication: Annals of the Israel Physical Society, Bristol: Adam Hilger. Book description Percolation theory was initiated some fifty years ago as a mathematical framework for the study of random physical processes such as flow through a disordered porous medium. It has proved to be a remarkably rich theory, with applications beyond natural phenomena to topics such as network modelling. This is a classic book on percolation theory, which has excellent intuitive derivations. It gives a good introduction to the subject and also includes more advanced topics. It is ideal for graduate students and should be on every statistical mechanician's desk. Read s: 2.
Critical Exponent Percolation Threshold Dielectric Response Percolation Model Hydration Level These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Percolation theory is useful for characterizing many disordered systems. Percolation is a pure random process of choosing sites to be randomlyoccupied or empty with certain r, the topology obtained in such processes has a rich structure related to structural properties of percolation clusters have become clearer thanks to the development of fractal geometry since the . I have a special relationship to percolation theory because I selected it as a topic for my own undergraduate project more years ago than I care to remember, and later edited a book on "Percolation Structures and Processes" spatial structure is composed forms a percolation path. Obviously, in a structure like this, the percolation occurs in three dimensions, which additionally complicates the assessment and quantitative determination of its degree (Fig. 1) [ 3]. Fig. 1. Example of percolation path for nodes present in a two-dimensional hexagonal grid.
Many phenomena in physics, chemistry, and biology can be modelled by spatial random processes. One such process is continuum percolation, which is used when the phenomenon being modelled is made up of individual events that overlap, for example, the way . Percolation theory is the study of an idealized random medium in two or more dimensions. It is a cornerstone of the theory of spatial stochastic processes with applications in such fields as statistical physics, epidemiology, and the spread of populations. Percolation plays a pivotal role in studying more complex systems exhibiting phase transition. Percolation Structures and Processes, Ann. Israel Physical Soc., vol. 5 (). relationship between the spatial structure and mechanical properties. Keywords: Percolation, Austenitic-ferritic structure, Duplex steel, ADI, Image analysis, Cluster analysis 1. Introduction The term percolation was initially used mainly to describe the process of .