The Lace Expansion and its Applications

@inproceedings{Slade2009TheLE,
  title={The Lace Expansion and its Applications},
  author={Gordon Slade},
  year={2009}
}
ii The Lace Expansion and its Applications The Lace Expansion and its Applications iii Preface Several superficially simple mathematical models, such as the self-avoiding walk and percolation, are paradigms for the study of critical phenomena in statistical mechanics. Although these models have been studied by mathematicians for about half a century, exciting new developments continue to occur and the subject is flourishing. Much progress has been made, but it remains a major challenge for… CONTINUE READING
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