Results 1-3 of 85
Thus one can assert simply that, irrespective of past history, each step is
characterized by the respective probabilities p = probability that the step is to the
right and q = 1 — p = probability that the step is to the left Now, the probability of
any one ...
Once the systems are randomly distributed over the 12/ states, simply imposing
or reimposing a constraint cannot cause the systems to move spontaneously out
of some of their possible states so as to occupy a more restricted class of states.
since the integral is simply equal to n. The relation (13-4- 12) is similar to (13-4 -
10). But here we have not introduced any approximations concerning the velocity
dependence of t, since only the value of r for electrons near the Fermi energy is ...
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JJMAlmeida - LibraryThing
Never mind that this book was published in the mid '60s (before I was even born); if you must choose one book to learn from, choose this one. It is so concise, so well thought out that I have yet to ... Read full review
Introduction to statistical methods
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE RANDOM WALK
Statistical description of systems of particles
26 other sections not shown