Publication : t95/129

Self-avoiding random manifolds

David F. (CEA, DSM, SPhT (Service de Physique Théorique), F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, FRANCE)
These lectures deal with: (1) a brief review of the theory of flexible random manifolds (with fixed intrinsic metric), connected to the physics of polymerized membranes, and of the effect of extrinsic curvature (crumpling transitions); (2) a discussion of the effect of self-avoidance and its renormalization group treatment in term of a non-local field theory
Année de publication : 1997
Revue : NATO ASI Series B 362 73-85 (1997)
Chapitre de livre : Low Dimensional Applications of Quantum Field Theory
Maison d'édition : Plenum Press, New York
Ecole - Cours : NATO Advanced Study Institute: Cargèse Summer School on "Low Dimensional Applications of Quantum Field Theory" ; Cargèse, France ; 1995-07-11 / 1995-07-29
Preprint : arXiv:hep-th/9511107
Langue : Anglais
NB : Dedicated to the memory of Claude Itzykson
Editeurs : Baulieu L., Kazakov V.A., Picco M., Windey P.

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