# Universality classes in nonequilibrium lattice systems

@article{dor2004UniversalityCI, title={Universality classes in nonequilibrium lattice systems}, author={G{\'e}za {\'O}dor}, journal={Reviews of Modern Physics}, year={2004}, volume={76}, pages={663-724} }

This work is designed to overview our present knowledge about universality classes occurring in nonequilibrium systems defined on regular lattices. In the first section I summarize the most important critical exponents, relations and the field theoretical formalism used in the text. In the second section I briefly address the question of scaling behavior at first order phase transitions. In section three I review dynamical extensions of basic static classes, show the effect of mixing dynamics…

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