By Stanley H. Eugene Stanley
This monograph is meant to function an advent to the interdisciplinary box of part transitions and important phenomena. it's a brief booklet, and isn't designed to study the entire contemporary advancements during this rapidly-developing sector. i've got tried, besides the fact that, to supply an creation that's sufficiently thorough that a lot of the present examine literature can profitably be learn.
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