An Introduction to Stochastic Processes in Physics

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An Introduction to Stochastic Processes in Physics
Professor Don S.An Introduction to Stochastic ... Textbook Lemons
Type: eBook
Released: 2002
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Page Count: 112
Format: pdf
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0801868661
ISBN-13: 9780801868665
Review "Students will love this book. It tells them without fuss how to do simple and useful numerical calculations, with just enough background to understand what they are doing... a refreshingly brief and unconvoluted work." -- Vinay Ambegaokar, American Journal of Physics "The book is very clearly set out and very easy to read. Undergraduate students and those wishing to learn about stochastic processes for the first time would enjoy the clear pedagogic presentation." -- B.I. Henry, The Physicist "[An Introduction to Stochastic Processes in Physics] presents fundamental ideas with admirable clarity and concision. The author presents in about 100 pages enough material for the student to appreciate the very different natures of stochastic and sure processes and to solve simple but important problems involving noise. Any physicist wondering what noise is about would be well advised to pack Lemons' books for their next train journey." -- Professor S.M. Barnett, Contemporary Physics "Self-contained and provides adequate insight into stochastic processes in physics. It is quite readable and will be useful to students interested in learning about stochastic processes and their relevance in understanding the physical phenomena. It also provides teachers a good approach to communicate the essence of the subject to students." -- Suresh V. Lawande, Mathematical Reviews Review "This is a clear, well-written, and valuable book. It is both original and important because it ties together much disparate material scattered throughout the literature into a coherent and readable form." -- Gregory N. Derry, Loyola College

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