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Global specifications and nonquasilocality of projections of Gibbs measures,
 Ann. Probab.
, 1997
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On the possible failure of the Gibbs property for measures on lattice systems.
 Markov Proc. Rel. Fields
, 1996
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The renormalizationgroup peculiarities of Griffiths and Pearce: What have we learned?,
 in Mathematical Results in Statistical Mechanics (Proceedings of the colloquium with the same name, MarseilleLuminy,
, 1998
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The Restriction of the Ising Model to a Layer
, 1998
"... We discuss the status of recent Gibbsian descriptions of the restriction (projection) of the Ising phases to a layer. We concentrate on the projection of the twodimensional low temperature Ising phases for which we prove a variational principle. ..."
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We discuss the status of recent Gibbsian descriptions of the restriction (projection) of the Ising phases to a layer. We concentrate on the projection of the twodimensional low temperature Ising phases for which we prove a variational principle.
Complete Analyticity Of The 2D Potts Model Above The Critical Temperature
, 1997
"... . We investigate the complete analyticity (CA) of the twodimensional q state Potts model for large values of q. We are able to prove it for every temperature T ? Tcr (q), provided we restrict ourselves to nice subsets, their niceness depending on the temperature T . Contrary to this restricted c ..."
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. We investigate the complete analyticity (CA) of the twodimensional q state Potts model for large values of q. We are able to prove it for every temperature T ? Tcr (q), provided we restrict ourselves to nice subsets, their niceness depending on the temperature T . Contrary to this restricted complete analyticity (RCA), the full CA is known to fail for some values of the temperature above Tcr (q). Our proof is based on PirogovSinai theory and cluster expansions for the FortuinKasteleyn representation, which are available for the Potts model at all temperatures, provided q is large enough. 1. Introduction. In this paper we are dealing with the twodimensional qstate Potts model, which is the statistical mechanics model on Z 2 with formal Hamiltonian H(oe) = \Gamma X fx;yg ffi oe(x);oe(y) ; (1:1) where oe(x) = 1; : : : ; q is the spin variable at the site x 2 Z 2 , ffi oe(x);oe(y) is 1 for oe(x) = oe(y) and is 0 otherwise, the summation is taken over nearest neighbors, a...
Transformations of Gibbs measures
, 1998
"... We study local transformations of Gibbs measures. We establish sufficient conditions for the quasilocality of the images and obtain results on the existence and continuity properties of their relative energies. General results are illustrated by simple examples. ..."
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We study local transformations of Gibbs measures. We establish sufficient conditions for the quasilocality of the images and obtain results on the existence and continuity properties of their relative energies. General results are illustrated by simple examples.
Renormalization Group, NonGibbsian states, their relationship and further developments
, 2005
"... We review what we have learned about the “Renormalization Group peculiarities ” which were discovered more than twentyfive years ago by Griffiths and Pearce. We discuss which of the questions they asked have been answered and which ones are still widely open. The problems they raised have led to the ..."
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We review what we have learned about the “Renormalization Group peculiarities ” which were discovered more than twentyfive years ago by Griffiths and Pearce. We discuss which of the questions they asked have been answered and which ones are still widely open. The problems they raised have led to the study of nonGibbsian states (probability measures). We also mention some further related developments, which find applications in nonequilibrium questions and disordered models.
Toward a mathematical theory of renormalization
"... Renormalization transformations were developed by theoretical physicists in order to investigate first problems arising in quantum field theory and later in statistical mechanics, specifically phase transitions and critical phenomena appearing in systems of a large number of interacting components. ..."
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Renormalization transformations were developed by theoretical physicists in order to investigate first problems arising in quantum field theory and later in statistical mechanics, specifically phase transitions and critical phenomena appearing in systems of a large number of interacting components. In their latter version they provide a scheme of systematic