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field theoretical investigation of the Eden growth model.
Duncan Neil Tyler
Thesis (M.Sc.), - University of Manchester, Department of Physics.
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Eden growth model. The Eden growth model describes the growth of specific types of clusters such as bacterial colonies and deposition of materials. These clusters grow by random accumulation of material on their boundary. These are also an example of a surface fractal. The Eden model is the simplest growth model.
Several attempts to find an analytic solution have been made. Field theoretical investigation of the Eden growth model. book and Wilkinson () constructed a model which, by including nonlinear terms to take account of the irreversible nature of growth, achieved reasonably good values for the exponents, namely (= 1/2 and z = 3/ Size: KB.
We propose a new class of cluster growth models where growth sites have a finite lifetime τ, which contains as special cases the Eden model (τ = ∞) and the kinetic growth walk (τ = 1). For finite but large τ values the growth process can be characterized by a crossover timet X; for times belowt X an Eden-type cluster is formed, while for times abovet X the growth process belongs to the Cited by: 8.
Via the renormalization group, the KPZ equation is conjectured to be the field theory of many surface growth models, such as the Eden model, ballistic deposition, and the SOS model.
A rigorous proof has been given by Bertini and Giacomin in the case of the SOS model. This review summarizes Effective Field Theory techniques, which are the theoretical tools for exploiting the existence of hierarchies of scale in a physical problem.
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