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Superstable criterion and superstable bounds for infinite range interaction I: two-body potentials


Abstract

A continuous infinite system of point particles interacting via two-body infinite-range potential is considered in the framework of classical statistical mecha ics. We propose some new criterion for interaction potentials to be superstable and give a very transparent proof of the Ruelle's uniform bounds for a family of finite volume correlation functions. It gives a possibility to prove that for any temperature and chemical activity there exists at least one Gibbs state. This article is a generalization of the work \cite{Re98} for the case of infinite range interaction potential.


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TitleSuperstable criterion and superstable bounds for infinite range interaction I: two-body potentials
SourceMethods Funct. Anal. Topology, Vol. 13 (2007), no. 1, 50-61
MathSciNet MR2308579
CopyrightThe Author(s) 2007 (CC BY-SA)

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S. N. Petrenko
Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine

A. L. Rebenko
Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 3 Tereshchenkivs'ka, Kyiv, 01601, Ukraine 


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S. N. Petrenko and A. L. Rebenko, Superstable criterion and superstable bounds for infinite range interaction I: two-body potentials, Methods Funct. Anal. Topology 13 (2007), no. 1, 50-61.


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@article {MFAT378,
    AUTHOR = {Petrenko, S. N. and Rebenko, A. L.},
     TITLE = {Superstable criterion and superstable bounds for infinite range interaction I: two-body potentials},
   JOURNAL = {Methods Funct. Anal. Topology},
  FJOURNAL = {Methods of Functional Analysis and Topology},
    VOLUME = {13},
      YEAR = {2007},
    NUMBER = {1},
     PAGES = {50-61},
      ISSN = {1029-3531},
       URL = {http://mfat.imath.kiev.ua/article/?id=378},
}


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