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Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics

Can anybody please explain what is the difference between equilibrium state and steady state, as quoted by book by Degroot and Mazur. Also, does violation of Principle of Detailed Balance means the ...
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Do bipartite spin glasses have simple relaxation dynamics?

From what I gather, a Boltzmann machine (BM) is essentially a spin glass with no applied field evolving under Glauber dynamics (if this is at all mistaken, I don't think it will be off enough to ...
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Mathematical form of chemical potential difference and entropy production

I'm trying to understand the form of the 'force' which drives chemical reactions, ie. the difference in chemical potential, also sometimes called the 'affinity'. $$\Delta \mu = - kT ln ...
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Is there a systematic way to determine the relevant variables needed to describe a nonequilibrium system?

In strong nonequilirium, the statistical operator describing the system depends on an infinite number of variables (BBGKY-hierarchy), contains information about all the previous states starting from ...
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Kubo formalism application

Suppose I have some pertubative Hamiltonian on the Hubbard Hamiltonian and I want to calculate the change in current in linear response using the Kubo formalism. Now the kind of perturbative ...
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Derivation of the Landauer formula for phonons using Nonequilibrium Green's functions

I am currently trying to understand this paper: http://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.96.255503 I really like their derivation of the Landauer formula for phonons using ...