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Mean Field Theories and Dual Variation

Mean Field Theories and Dual Variation - Mathematical Structures of the Mesoscopic Model
Atlantis Press | Mathematics | December 04, 2015 | ISBN-10: 946239153X | 444 pages | pdf | 3.83 mb

by Takashi Suzuki (Author)
Clarifying common mathematical structures used in wide area of sciences; physics, chemistry, biology
Striking mathematical phenomena emerged from these structures, recognized only by these new points of view; quantized blowup mechanism, spatially homogenization, interface regularity, and so forth
Linking of physical principles and mathematical analysis to nonlinear non-stationary models, that is the nonlinear spectral mechanics, especially valid in the region of near from equilibrium

From the Back Cover
Mean field approximation has been adopted to describe macroscopic phenomena from microscopic overviews. It is still in progress; fluid mechanics, gauge theory, plasma physics, quantum chemistry, mathematical oncology, non-equilibirum thermodynamics. spite of such a wide range of scientific areas that are concerned with the mean field theory, a unified study of its mathematical structure has not been discussed explicitly in the open literature. The benefit of this point of view on nonlinear problems should have significant impact on future research, as will be seen from the underlying features of self-assembly or bottom-up self-organization which is to be illustrated in a unified way. The aim of this book is to formulate the variational and hierarchical aspects of the equations that arise in the mean field theory from macroscopic profiles to microscopic principles, from dynamics to equilibrium, and from biological models to models that arise from chemistry and physics.

Topics
Analysis
Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control; Optimization
Mathematical Physics
Genetics and Population Dynamics
Physiological, Cellular and Medical Topics

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