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By J.-F. Sadoc (auth.), Professor Remi Jullien, Dr. Luca Peliti, Dr. Rammal Rammal, Professor Nino Boccara (eds.)

Universality is the valuables that structures of greatly varied composition and constitution express comparable habit. the looks of common legislation in basic serious platforms is now good confirmed experimentally, however the look for universality has no longer slackened. This ebook goals to outline the present prestige of study during this box and to spot the main promising instructions for additional investigations. at the theoretical facet, numerical simulations and analytical arguments have resulted in expectancies of common habit in different nonequilibrium structures, e.g. aggregation, electrical discharges, and viscous flows. Experimental paintings is being performed on "geometric" section transitions, e.g. aggregation and gelation, in actual structures. The contributions to this quantity let a greater realizing of chaotic platforms, turbulent flows, aggregation phenomena, fractal buildings, and quasicrystals. They reveal how the suggestions of renormalization workforce adjustments, scale invariance, and multifractality are important for describing inhomogeneous fabrics and irreversible phenomena.

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HzI Figure 7. Variation of the imaginary part GIt as a function of the real part G'. The inset represents the loss angle & as a function of the logarithm of the frequency. 33 agreement with percolation. Recent experimental results /10-13/ obtained on a different gelation systems with permanent cross links are consistent with the present results. Thus, more generally we can conclude that gelation with permanent cross links and percolation belong to the same class of universality for connectivity properties.

R.. 'A . ~~ :;,,' ~ :r'a L', Fig. 5 Fig. 5 Near any gap edge wg the density of states takes the form p(w) ~ ßw(d/-Y)/YQ(Jnßw) where ßw == w - Wg , d, is the relevant dimensionality of the underlying geometry, >. == bY is the largest eigenvalue associated with the RG transformation (or iterates thereof) and because b == l' is a discrete rescaling factor, Q is an arbitrary periodic function of In ßw with period In >.. We thus expec t a In - In plot of the density of states, p(w) versus Iw - wg I to display a characteristic periodicity from which we may identify the eigenvalue (or exponent) describing the scaling of the DOS near the edge corresponding to wg • We find that plots of this sort dearly indicate such behaviour.

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