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DATE

1975

AUTHORS

Oscar E. Lanford

ABSTRACT

We begin with some very general and elementary remarks about nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. We then establish our notation for discussing finite systems of classical point particles, construct the microcanonical ensemble, and sketch some of the relations between statistical mechanics and ergodic theory.

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1-111

Book

TITLE

Dynamical Systems, Theory and Applications

ISBN

978-3-540-07171-6

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