# Critical Phenomena in Nonequilibrium Systems

@inproceedings{Hinrichsen2000CriticalPI, title={Critical Phenomena in Nonequilibrium Systems}, author={Haye Hinrichsen}, year={2000} }

This review addresses recent developments in nonequilibrium statistical physics. Focusing on phase transitions from fluctuating phases into absorbing states, the universality class of directed percolation is investigated in detail. The survey gives a general introduction to various lattice models of directed percolation and studies their scaling properties, fieldtheoretic aspects, numerical techniques, as well as possible experimental realizations. In addition, several examples of absorbing…

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The algebraic relations obtained are analyzed to show that the matrix approach does not work with some models such as the voter and the contact processes.

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