Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics

Volchenkov D (2009)
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 170(1): 1-142.

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Stochastic counterparts of nonlinear dynamics are studied by means of nonperturbative functional methods developed in the framework of quantum field theory (QFT). In particular, we discuss fully developed turbulence, including leading corrections on possible compressibility of fluids, transport through porous media, theory of waterspouts and tsunami waves, stochastic magneto-hydrodynamics, turbulent transport in crossed fields, self-organized criticality, and dynamics of accelerated wrinkled flame fronts advancing in a wide canal. This report would be of interest to the broad auditorium of physicists and applied mathematicians, with a background in nonperturbative QFT methods or nonlinear dynamical systems, having an interest in both methodological developments and interdisciplinary applications.
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Volchenkov D. Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics. The European Physical Journal Special Topics. 2009;170(1):1-142.
Volchenkov, D. (2009). Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 170(1), 1-142.
Volchenkov, D. (2009). Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics. The European Physical Journal Special Topics 170, 1-142.
Volchenkov, D., 2009. Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 170(1), p 1-142.
D. Volchenkov, “Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics”, The European Physical Journal Special Topics, vol. 170, 2009, pp. 1-142.
Volchenkov, D.: Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics. The European Physical Journal Special Topics. 170, 1-142 (2009).
Volchenkov, Dimitry. “Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics”. The European Physical Journal Special Topics 170.1 (2009): 1-142.
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