Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed Matter Physics : 3rd Workshop Proceedings
Part of the Springer proceedings in physics series
This study provides a broad overview of recent developments in the computer simulation studies of condensed matter systems.
The contributors present new physical results, simulation techniques and methods of interpreting simulational data.
Topics include simulations of disorder and diffusion in metallic alloys, simulations of viscous flows, polymer dynamics and nucleation, histogram techniques, cellular automata, simulations of phase transitions in systems of molecules with internal degrees of freedom, variational and path-integral Monte Carlo studies of Hubbard models and high-temperature superconductivity, the analytic continuation of imaginary-time Monte Carlo data and Monte Carlo studies of two-dimensional quantum antiferromagnets at low temperatures.