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An Introduction to Universality and Renormalization Group Techniques

Small book cover: An Introduction to Universality and Renormalization Group Techniques

An Introduction to Universality and Renormalization Group Techniques
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 72

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These lecture notes have been written for a short introductory course on universality and renormalization group techniques given at the VIII Modave School in Mathematical Physics by the author, intended for PhD students and researchers new to these topics.

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