Daniel L. SteinDaniel L. Stein

Professor of Physics and Mathematics
Ph.D., Princeton University, 1979
daniel.stein@nyu.edu


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D.L. Stein: Technical Publications
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[69] ``The Weak-Noise Characteristic Boundary Exit Problem: Old and New Results'', R.S. Maier and D.L. Stein, in Fluctuations and Order: The New Synthesis, ed. M. Millonas (Springer-Verlag, NY, 1996), pp. 109 -- 119.

[68]``Optimal Paths, Caustics, and Boundary Layer Approximations in Stochastically Perturbed Dynamical Systems'', in Proceedings of the 1995 Design Engineering Technical Conferences: Vibration of Nonlinear, Random and Time-Varying Systems, Fifteenth Biennial ASME Conference on Mechanical Vibrations and Noise, Vol. 3, Part A (American Society of Mechanical Engineers, NY, 1995), pp. 903 -- 910.

[67] ``Broken Ergodicity and the Geometry of Rugged Landscapes'', D.L. Stein and C.M. Newman, Phys. Rev. E 51, 5228 -- 5238 (1995).

[66] ``Random Walks on a Fluctuating Lattice: A Renormalization Group Approach Applied in One Dimension'', C.D. Levermore, W. Nadler and D.L. Stein, Phys. Rev. E 51, 2779 -- 2786 (1995).

[65] ``Random Walk in a Strongly Inhomogeneous Environment and Invasion Percolation'', C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, Annales de LÍnstitut Henri Poincaré 31, 249 -- 261 (1995).

[64] ``Spin Glass Model with Dimension-Dependent Ground State Multiplicity'', C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 2286 -- 2289 (1994).

[63] ``Effect of Focusing and Caustics on Exit Phenomena in Systems Lacking Detailed Balance'', R.S. Maier and D.L. Stein, Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 1783 -- 1786 (1993).

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