Statistical mechanics

November 14, 2015 — November 14, 2015

game theory

Less bored by this than I used to be, since it turns out that not everything is ideal gases and spin glasses, as cute as classical statmech is.

See thermodynamics of computation, statistical mechanics of statistics, statistical mechanics of games, thermodynamics of life, quantum information etc.

1 References

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