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Mathematics
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56
Citations
8,663
337
World Ranking
545
National Ranking
287

- Quantum mechanics
- Statistics
- Mathematical analysis

His main research concerns Statistical physics, Random walk, Combinatorics, Mathematical analysis and Lattice. His study in Statistical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Random walker algorithm, Stochastic process, Master equation, Stochastic differential equation and Monte Carlo method. His work carried out in the field of Random walk brings together such families of science as Crystallography and Markov process.

George H. Weiss has researched Combinatorics in several fields, including Expected value, Anomalous diffusion, Abscissa and Applied mathematics. His Mathematical analysis research includes elements of Reaction rate constant and Standard deviation. The various areas that George H. Weiss examines in his Lattice study include Animal model, Laser light, Continuous beam and Irradiation.

- Stochastic Processes in Chemical Physics: The Master Equation (197 citations)
- Some applications of persistent random walks and the telegrapher's equation (182 citations)
- Overview of theoretical models for reaction rates (150 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Statistical physics, Random walk, Mathematical analysis, Thermodynamics and Statistics. His research in Statistical physics intersects with topics in Particle, Markov process and Brownian motion. George H. Weiss has included themes like Stochastic process, Lattice and Combinatorics in his Random walk study.

His work in Combinatorics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Expected value. His Mathematical analysis research includes themes of Master equation, Geometry, Probability density function and Lamm equation. His Statistics research focuses on Binomial and Sampling.

- Statistical physics (22.44%)
- Random walk (20.00%)
- Mathematical analysis (16.10%)

- Statistical physics (22.44%)
- Random walk (20.00%)
- Mathematical analysis (16.10%)

George H. Weiss focuses on Statistical physics, Random walk, Mathematical analysis, Optics and Photon. His Statistical physics research is mostly focused on the topic Stochastic resonance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Optical imaging, Stochastic process and Combinatorics.

His work deals with themes such as Dimension and Expected value, which intersect with Combinatorics. In general Mathematical analysis, his work in Laplace transform is often linked to Telegrapher linking many areas of study. The Photon study combines topics in areas such as Iterative reconstruction, Laser and Anisotropy.

- Some applications of persistent random walks and the telegrapher's equation (182 citations)
- Territory covered by N diffusing particles (77 citations)
- Random Walks: Theory and Selected Applications (73 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Statistics
- Mathematical analysis

George H. Weiss mostly deals with Random walk, Statistical physics, Telegrapher, Thermodynamics and Diffusion equation. His Random walk study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discrete mathematics and Optics, Photon. The concepts of his Statistical physics study are interwoven with issues in Jump, Stochastic process, Brownian motion, Reaction dynamics and Nuclear magnetic resonance.

Telegrapher combines with fields such as Mathematical analysis, Fokker–Planck equation and Probability density function in his investigation. His studies deal with areas such as Reaction front, Reaction rate constant, Exponential function and Kinetic energy as well as Thermodynamics. His Diffusion equation research incorporates themes from Electrophoresis, Gaussian and Asymmetry.

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Some applications of persistent random walks and the telegrapher's equation

George H Weiss.

Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications **(2002)**

315 Citations

Stochastic Processes in Chemical Physics: The Master Equation

Irwin Oppenheim;Kurt Egon Shuler;George H. Weiss.

**(1977)**

304 Citations

Overview of theoretical models for reaction rates

George H. Weiss.

Journal of Statistical Physics **(1986)**

240 Citations

Spectroscopic parameters for computation of van der waals forces

V.Adrian Parsegian;George H Weiss.

Journal of Colloid and Interface Science **(1981)**

237 Citations

Some properties of a random walk on a comb structure

George H. Weiss;Shlomo Havlin;Shlomo Havlin.

Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications **(1986)**

225 Citations

On the asymptotic behavior of the stochastic and deterministic models of an epidemic

George H. Weiss;Menachem Dishon.

Bellman Prize in Mathematical Biosciences **(1971)**

196 Citations

Cranioplasty: a review of 1030 cases of penetrating head injury.

B L Rish;J D Dillon;A M Meirowsky;W F Caveness.

Neurosurgery **(1979)**

178 Citations

Some properties of the A + B → C reaction-diffusion system with initially separated components

Haim Taitelbaum;Shlomo Havlin;James E. Kiefer;Benes Trus.

Journal of Statistical Physics **(1991)**

142 Citations

Territory covered by N diffusing particles

Hernan Larralde;Paul Trunfio;Shlomo Havlin;Shlomo Havlin;H. Eugene Stanley.

Nature **(1992)**

140 Citations

Statistics of Penetration Depth of Photons Re-Emitted From Irradiated Tissue

George H. Weiss;Ralph Nossal;Robert F. Bonner.

Journal of Modern Optics **(1989)**

139 Citations

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