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A Complete Bibliography of the Journal of Statistical Physics: 2000{2009

  title={A Complete Bibliography of the Journal of Statistical Physics: 2000\{2009},
  author={Nelson H. F. Beebe},
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A Bibliography of Publications of Nelson H. F. Beebe
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Singular SRB Measures for a Non 1–1 Map of the Unit Square
We consider a map of the unit square which is not 1–1, such as the memory map studied in Góra (Statistical and deterministic dynamics of maps with memory, http://arxiv.org/abs/1604.06991). Memory
The q-PushASEP: A New Integrable Model for Traffic in 1+1 Dimension
We introduce a new interacting (stochastic) particle system q-PushASEP which interpolates between the q-TASEP introduced by Borodin and Corwin (see arXiv:1111.4408, and also arXiv:1207.5035;
Erratum on “On Some Properties of Kinetic and Hydrodynamic Equations for Ineleastic Interactions”
This note corrects the strong form of the pseudo-Maxwellian collision integral given in ref. 1. The correction does not change main results of ref. 1 (Sections 3–8) based on the weak form of the
The Susceptibility of the Square Lattice Ising Model: New Developments
We have made substantial advances in elucidating the properties of the susceptibility of the square lattice Ising model. We discuss its analyticity properties, certain closed form expressions for
Commentary to: Oriented Percolation in One-Dimension 1/|x−y|2 Percolation Models
The main result of the article (Theorem 1.1) is the occurrence of oriented percolation for the independent edge percolation model on Z, with occupation probabilities p{x,y} = 1 − exp(−β/|x − y|2) if
Negative and Nonlinear Response in an Exactly Solved Dynamical Model of Particle Transport
We consider a simple model of particle transport on the line ℝ defined by a dynamical map F satisfying F(x+1)=1+F(x) for all x∈ ℝ and F(x)=ax+b for |x|<1/2. Its two parameters a (“slope”) and b
Statistics of the One-Dimensional Riemann Walk
The Riemann walk is the lattice version of the Lévy flight. For the one-dimensional Riemann walk of Lévy exponent 0<α<2 we study the statistics of the support, i.e., set of visited sites, after t
Virial Expansion Bounds
In the 1960s, the technique of using cluster expansion bounds in order to achieve bounds on the virial expansion was developed by Lebowitz and Penrose (J. Math. Phys. 5:841, 1964) and Ruelle
The Percolation Transition for the Zero-Temperature Stochastic Ising Model on the Hexagonal Lattice
AbstractOn the planar hexagonal lattice $$\mathbb{H}$$ , we analyze the Markov process whose state σ(t), in $$\{ - 1, + 1\} ^\mathbb{H} $$ , updates each site v asynchronously in continuous time
On a Fractional Binomial Process
The classical binomial process has been studied by Jakeman (J. Phys. A 23:2815–2825, 1990) (and the references therein) and has been used to characterize a series of radiation states in quantum