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-Here's a plan of how to understand the renormalization group effectively and quickly: 
  
-  - First, have a look at http://​philosophy.wisc.edu/​forster/​Percolation.pdf 
-  - Then read http://​jakobschwichtenberg.com/​renormalization-group-flow/​ 
-  - Then, the best complete introduction can be found in Critical point phenomena: universal physics at large length scales by Bruce, A.; Wallace, D. published in the book The new physics, edited by P. Davies 
-  - Afterwards read https://​www.andrew.cmu.edu/​user/​kk3n/​found-phys-emerge.pdf which explains lucidly many of the most important "​advanced"​ concepts. 
-  - See also "​[[https://​www.physics.ohio-state.edu/​~ntg/​8805/​refs/​weinberg_rg_good_thing.pdf|Why the Renormalization Group Is a Good Thing]]"​ by S. Weinberg 
-  - [[https://​inspirehep.net/​record/​109631|Critical Phenomena for Field Theorists]] by Steven Weinberg 
-  - Also the video course: [[https://​www.complexityexplorer.org/​tutorials/​67-introduction-to-renormalization/​segments/​5681|Introduction to Renormalization]] by Simon DeDeo is highly recommended to understand how the renormalization group can be used in other fields than physics. 
-  - http://​www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/​user/​tong/​sft.html 
-  - [[https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​hep-th/​0212049|A hint of renormalization]] by B. Delamotte 
  
 **Recommended Textbooks:​** **Recommended Textbooks:​**
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   * See also Critical Point: A Historical Introduction to the Modern Theory of Critical Phenomena by CYRIL DOMB   * See also Critical Point: A Historical Introduction to the Modern Theory of Critical Phenomena by CYRIL DOMB
   * [[http://​citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/​viewdoc/​download?​doi=10.1.1.129.3194&​rep=rep1&​type=pdf|Renormalization group theory: Its basis and formulation in statistical physics]] Michael E. Fisher   * [[http://​citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/​viewdoc/​download?​doi=10.1.1.129.3194&​rep=rep1&​type=pdf|Renormalization group theory: Its basis and formulation in statistical physics]] Michael E. Fisher
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 +Here's a plan of how to understand the renormalization group effectively and quickly:
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 +  - First, have a look at http://​philosophy.wisc.edu/​forster/​Percolation.pdf
 +  - Then read http://​jakobschwichtenberg.com/​renormalization-group-flow/​
 +  - Then, the best complete introduction can be found in Critical point phenomena: universal physics at large length scales by Bruce, A.; Wallace, D. published in the book The new physics, edited by P. Davies
 +  - Afterwards read https://​www.andrew.cmu.edu/​user/​kk3n/​found-phys-emerge.pdf which explains lucidly many of the most important "​advanced"​ concepts.
 +  - See also "​[[https://​www.physics.ohio-state.edu/​~ntg/​8805/​refs/​weinberg_rg_good_thing.pdf|Why the Renormalization Group Is a Good Thing]]"​ by S. Weinberg
 +  - [[https://​inspirehep.net/​record/​109631|Critical Phenomena for Field Theorists]] by Steven Weinberg
 +  - Also the video course: [[https://​www.complexityexplorer.org/​tutorials/​67-introduction-to-renormalization/​segments/​5681|Introduction to Renormalization]] by Simon DeDeo is highly recommended to understand how the renormalization group can be used in other fields than physics.
 +  - http://​www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/​user/​tong/​sft.html
 +  - [[https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​hep-th/​0212049|A hint of renormalization]] by B. Delamotte
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