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Editors: Das, M. P. ( Australian National University); Green, F. (University of New South Wales, Australia)

Table of Contents:
Preface; SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, SUPERFLUIDITY AND QUANTUM HALL SYSTEMS; Chapter 1. Vortices in a trapped dilute Bose condensate (A. E. Fetter); Chapter 2. The composite Fermion state as a paradigm for emergent behaviour (J. Jain); Chapter 3. Superfluid phases of triplet pairing (J. W. Clark, V. A. Khodel and M. V. Zverev); Chapter 4. Correlations and quantum condensates in dense Fermion systems (G. Roepke, P. Schuck, H. Horiuchi and A. Tohsaki); Chapter 5. Collective modes of BCS and BE paired systems with non-S-wave symmetry (K. F. Quader and D. Volcko); Chapter 6. The fractional charge in the quantum Hall effect (S. Fujita and D. L. Morabito); Chapter 7. Electric-field formation of superconducting balls (R. Tao, X. Xu and Y. C. Lan); MESOSCOPIC AND LOW DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMS; Chapter 8. Mesoscopic transport as many-body physics (F. Green and M. P. Das); Chapter 9. Mesoscopic Kondo effect (K. Kang); Chapter 10. Strongly interacting electronic bilayers (G. J. Kalman, S. Kyrkos, K. Blagoer and K. I. Golden); Chapter 11. Ferromagnetic fixed point of the Kondo model in a Luttinger liquid (M. D. Kirn); Chapter 12. Diffusion Monte Carlo study of ground state properties of quantum rings (F. Pederiva, A. Emperador and E. Lipparini); Chapter 13. The exchange-correlation hole and the metal insulator transition in two dimensional systems (D. Neilson, D. J. W. Geldart and J. S. Thakur); MANY-PARTICLE METHODS AND DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY; Chapter 14. Quantum phase transitions in spin-lattice systems with and without frustration (R. F. Bishop and S. E. Kriiger); Chapter 15. The doped t-J ladder via series expansions (C. J. Hamer, W. Zheng, J. Oitmaa and R. R. P. Singh); Chapter 16. Correlation energy of inhomogeneous electronic systems from model exchange-correlation kernels (J. F. Dobson, J. Wang and T. Gould); Chapter 17. A fast method for solving Kohn-Sham and Gross-Pitaevskii equations in 3D (E. Krotscheck, J. Auer and S. A. Chin); Chapter 18. Microstructure of liquid para-hydrogen (M. L. Ristig, T. Lindenau and L. Szybisz); Chapter 19. Many-body effects in spin transport and spin-density functional theory (G. Vignale and Irene D'Amico); Chapter 20. The plaquette expansion in Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory (L. C. L. Hollenberg and J. A. L. McIntosh); Chapter 21. Improved variational calculations in Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory (B. H. J. Mckellar and J. Carlsson); Chapter 22.Multiscale modeling of many body systems (J. W. Halley, Y. Duan, K. Lidke, A. Wynveen and M. Zhuang); Chapter 23. Self-organization in neural matter (M. T. Martin, A. Plastino and O. A. Rosso); MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS; Chapter 24. Simulations of magnetic dynamics in iron-cobalt films (M. Yan, J. Berezovsky, P. A. Crowell and C. E. Campbell); Chapter 25. Magnetic properties of systems with reduced dimensionality containing magnetic and nonmagnetic atoms (Y. Hancock and A. E. Smith); Chapter 26. Exchange bias after 40 years: new mechanisms (R. L. Stamps, D. Suess, T. Schrefl andJ. Fidler); Chapter 27. Competition between magnetic order and dimerization in low dimensional antiferromagnets (J. Oitmaa, O. P. Sushkov and W. Zheng); ELECTRONS, EXCITONS AND PHONONS, ETC; Chapter 28. Excitonic processes in amorphous semiconductors (J. Singh); Chapter 29. Bloch calculations of electron excitation properties for silicon and silver (A. E. Smith); Chapter 30. Formation of excitons in a two-dimensional electron-hole bilayer (H. Reinholz); Chapter 31. Magnetophoton-phonon scattering in two-dimensional electron gases (W. Xu, R. A. Lewis, P. M. Koenraad, L. R. C. Waumans and C. Langerak); Index.

      Condensed Matter Theories
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2003
   ISBN: 1-59033-632-1
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