Universal scaling behavior of non-equilibrium phase transitions

@inproceedings{Lubeck2005UniversalSB,
  title={Universal scaling behavior of non-equilibrium phase transitions},
  author={Sven Lubeck},
  year={2005}
}
One of the most impressive features of continuous phase transitions is the concept of universality, that allows to group the great variety of different critical phenomena into a small number of universality classes. All systems belonging to a given universality class have the same critical exponents, and certain scaling functions become identical near the critical point. It is the aim of this work to demonstrate the usefulness of universal scaling functions for the analysis of non-equilibrium… 
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