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Random Polymers

École d’Été de Probabilités de Saint-Flour XXXVII – 2007

den Hollander, Frank


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From the reviews: “This book provides an excellent introduction to the probabilistic studies of polymers. … The main known results for each type of model are stated and explained in detail, accompanied by many short and self-contained proofs … . At the end of each chapter, a list of extensions of the stated results is given, as well as a list of open problems. A bibliography is compiled at the end of the book, which includes many references to the physics as well as to the probability literature.” (Rongfeng Sun, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2010 h)



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