Vladimir Privman, D.Sc.

Robert A. Plane Professor of
Physics (primary department),
Chemistry and Biomolecular Science, and
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Address: Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY 13699-5730, USA

E-mail privman@clarkson.edu


Research Groups:

Director, Center for Innovative Device Technologies
Member, NY State Center for Advanced Materials Processing
Member, Nanoengineering and Biotechnology Laboratories Center

Publications

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265. Kinetic Model for a Threshold Filter in an Enzymatic System for Bioanalytical and Biocomputing Applications, V. Privman, S.Domanskyi, S. Mailloux, Y. Holade and E. Katz, submitted for publication.

264. Mechanisms of Interparticle Bridging in Sintering of Dispersed Nanoparticles, V. Gorshkov, V. Kuzmenko and V. Privman, submitted for publication.

263. Nonequilibrium Kinetic Modeling of Sintering of a Layer of Dispersed Nanocrystals, V. Gorshkov, V. Kuzmenko and V. Privman, submitted for publication.

262. Structure of Feed-Forward Realizations with Enzymatic Processes, E. Katz, V. Privman and O. Zavalov, submitted for publication.

261. Modeling of Growth Morphology of Core-Shell Nanoparticles, V. Gorshkov, V. Kuzmenko and V. Privman, submitted for publication.

260. Can bio-inspired information processing steps be realized as synthetic biochemical processes? V. Privman and E. Katz, Physica Status Solidi, in print (2014).

259. Networked Enzymatic Logic Gates with Filtering: New Theoretical Modeling Expressions and Their Experimental Application, V. Privman, O. Zavalov, L. Halamkova, F. Moseley, J. Halamek and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 117 (48), 14928-14939 (2013); e-print arXiv:1312.4235.

258. Percolation Modeling of Self-Damaging of Composite Materials, S. Domanskyi and V. Privman, Physica A 405, 1-9 (2014); e-print arXiv:1307.7799.

257. Modularity of Biochemical Filtering for Inducing Sigmoid Response in Both Inputs in an Enzymatic AND Gate, S. Bakshi, O. Zavalov, J. Halamek, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 117 (34), 9857-9865 (2013); e-print arXiv:1311.0523.

256. A Bioinspired Associative Memory System Based on Enzymatic Cascades, K. MacVittie, J. Halamek, V. Privman and E. Katz, Chem. Commun. 49 (62), 6962-6964 (2013); e-print arXiv:1311.0521.

255. Enzymatic AND Logic Gate with Sigmoid Response Induced by Photochemically Controlled Oxidation of the Output, V. Privman, B. E. Fratto, O. Zavalov, J. Halamek and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 117 (25), 7559-7568 (2013); e-print arXiv:1311.0821.

254. Conference Proceeding Editing: Proceedings of The Seventh International Conference on Quantum, Nano and Micro Technologies (ICQNM 2013), edited by V. Privman and V. Ovchinnikov (ThinkMind Online Publishing, 2013); Proceedings of The Sixth International Conference on Advances in Circuits, Electronics and Microelectronics (CENICS 2013), edited by V. Privman (ThinkMind Online Publishing, 2013).
        Article: Design of Biosensors with Extended Linear Response and Binary-Type Sigmoid Output Using Multiple Enzymes, O. Zavalov, S. Domanskyi, V. Privman and A. Simonian, in: Proc. Conf. ICQNM 2013 (ThinkMind Online Publishing, 2013), pages 54-59.

253. Nonequilibrium Kinetic Study of Sintering of Dispersed Nanoparticles, V. Gorshkov, V. Kuzmenko and V. Privman, CrystEngComm 15 (36), 7177-7191 (2013); e-print arXiv:1311.0931.
        Journal Issue Cover: Results of this work have been highlighted by the Editors of CrystEngComm, by using a compilation of images for a cover of Issue 36 of Volume 15 (September 28, 2013).

252. Extended Linear Response for Bioanalytical Applications Using Multiple Enzymes, V. Privman, O. Zavalov and A. Simonian, Analyt. Chem. 85 (4), 2027-2031 (2013); e-print arXiv:1305.5927.

251. Two-Input Enzymatic Logic Gates Made Sigmoid by Modifications of the Biocatalytic Reaction Cascades, O. Zavalov, V. Bocharova, J. Halamek, L. Halamkova, S. Korkmaz, M. A. Arugula, S. Chinnapareddy, E. Katz and V. Privman, Int. J. Unconventional Comp. 8 (5-6), 347-365 (2013); e-print arXiv:1305.5929.

250. Design of Digital Response in Enzyme-Based Bioanalytical Systems for Information Processing Applications, S. Domanskyi and V. Privman, J. Phys. Chem. B 116 (46), 13690-13695 (2012); e-print arXiv:1305.5803.

249. Invited Review: Synthesis of Dispersed Metal Particles for Applications in Photovoltaics, Catalysis, and Electronics, I. Sevonkaev, V. Privman and D. Goia, J. Solid State Electrochem. 17 (2), 279-297 (2013); e-print arXiv:1304.8100.

248. Enzyme-Based Logic: OR Gate with Double-Sigmoid Filter Response, O. Zavalov, V. Bocharova, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 116 (32), 9683-9689 (2012); e-print arXiv:1305.1380.

247. Growth of Highly Crystalline Nickel Particles by Diffusional Capture of Atoms, I. Sevonkaev, V. Privman and D. Goia, J. Chem. Phys. 138 (1), Article 014703, 6 pages (2013); e-print arXiv:1304.5733.

246. A Biochemical Logic Approach to Biomarker-Activated Drug Release, V. Bocharova, O. Zavalov, K. MacVittie, M. A. Arugula, N. V. Guz, M. E. Dokukin, J. Halamek, I. Sokolov, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Mater. Chem. 22 (37), 19709-19717 (2012); e-print arXiv:1304.8000.

245. Realization of Associative Memory in an Enzymatic Process: Towards Biomolecular Networks with Learning and Unlearning Functionalities, V. Bocharova, K. MacVittie, S. Chinnapareddy, J. Halamek, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 3 (10), 1234-1237 (2012); e-print arXiv:1304.5731.

244. Enzyme-Based Logic Analysis of Biomarkers at Physiological Concentrations: AND Gate with Double-Sigmoid "Filter" Response, J. Halamek, O. Zavalov, L. Halamkova, S. Korkmaz, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 116, 4457-4464 (2012); e-print arXiv:1304.3908.

243. Patent: Enzyme-Logic Biosensing, J. Wang, J. R. Windmuller, P. Santosh, M.-C. Chuang, E. Katz, J. Halamek, V. Bocharova, M. Pita and V. Privman, WO/2011/116151 (September 22, 2011).

242. Invited Review: Approaches to Control of Noise in Chemical and Biochemical Information and Signal Processing, V. Privman, Ch. 12 in: Molecular and Supramolecular Information Processing. From Molecular Switches to Logic Systems, edited by E. Katz (Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2012), pages 281-303.

241. Biomolecular Filters for Improved Separation of Output Signals in Enzyme Logic Systems Applied to Biomedical Analysis, J. Halamek, J. Zhou, L. Halamkova, V. Bocharova, V. Privman, J. Wang and E. Katz, Analyt. Chem. 83, 8383-8386 (2011); e-print arXiv:1110.1733.

240. Invited Review: Colloids, Nanocrystals, and Surface Nanostructures of Uniform Size and Shape: Modeling of Nucleation and Growth in Solution Synthesis, V. Privman, Ch. 7 in: Complex-Shaped Metal Nanoparticles: Bottom-Up Syntheses and Applications, edited by A. L. Rogach and T. K. Sau (Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2012), pages 239-268.

239. Invited Review: Formation of Nanoclusters and Nanopillars in Nonequilibrium Surface Growth for Catalysis Applications: Growth by Diffusional Transport of Matter in Solution Synthesis, V. Privman, V. Gorshkov and O. Zavalov, Heat and Mass Transfer 50, 383-392 (2014); e-print arXiv:1106.4592.
        Preliminary conference-proceedings publication printed in: Proc. Conf. ITP 2011, Article 11, Pages 4-2 to 4-12, edited by S. S. Sadhal (University of Southern California Press, 2011).

238. Realization and Properties of Biochemical-Computing Biocatalytic XOR Gate Based on Enzyme Inhibition by a Substrate, J. Halamek, V. Bocharova, M. A. Arugula, G. Strack, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 115, 9838-9845 (2011); e-print arXiv:1105.4927.

237. Conference Proceeding Editing: Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference on Quantum, Nano and Micro Technologies (ICQNM 2011), edited by V. Privman and V. Ovchinnikov (ThinkMind Online Publishing, 2011); Proceedings of The Fourth International Conference on Advances in Circuits, Electronics and Microelectronics (CENICS 2011), edited by V. Privman and M. Horauer (ThinkMind Online Publishing, 2011).
        Article: Quantum Dynamics and Coherence of Qubits, V. Privman, in: Proc. Conf. ICQNM 2011 (ThinkMind Online Publishing, 2011), pages 46-51.

236. Invited Review: Models of Size and Shape Control in Synthesis of Uniform Colloids and Nanocrystals, V. Privman, Ch. 1 in: Fine Particles in Medicine and Pharmacy, edited by E. Matijevic (Springer, New York, 2011), 1-24.

235. Towards Biochemical Filter with Sigmoidal Response to pH Changes: Buffered Biocatalytic Signal Transduction, M. Pita, V. Privman, M. A. Arugula, D. Melnikov, V. Bocharova and E. Katz, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 4507-4513 (2011); e-print arXiv:1011.3151.

234. Invited Review: Control of Noise in Chemical and Biochemical Information Processing, V. Privman, Israel J. Chem. 51, 118-131 (2011); e-print arXiv:1010.1853.

233. Biomolecular Computing: Learning Through Play, V. Privman, Nature Nanotechnology 5, 767-768 (2010).

232. Realization and Properties of Biochemical-Computing Biocatalytic XOR Gate Based on Signal Change, V. Privman, J. Zhou, J. Halamek and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 114, 13601-13608 (2010); e-print arXiv:1008.1818.

231. Biochemical Filter with Sigmoidal Response: Increasing the Complexity of Biomolecular Logic, V. Privman, J. Halamek, M. A. Arugula, D. Melnikov, V. Bocharova and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 114, 14103-14109 (2010); e-print arXiv:1009.2287.

230. Morphology of Nanoclusters and Nanopillars Formed in Nonequilibrium Surface Growth for Catalysis Applications, V. Gorshkov, O. Zavalov, P. B. Atanassov and V. Privman, Langmuir 27, 8554-8561 (2011); e-print arXiv:1007.5081.
        Journal Issue Cover: Results of this work have been highlighted by the Editors of Langmuir, by using a compilation of images for the cover of Issue 13 of Volume 27 (July 5, 2011).

229. Enzymatic AND Logic Gates Operated Under Conditions Characteristic of Biomedical Applications, D. Melnikov, G. Strack, J. Zhou, J. R. Windmiller, J. Halamek, V. Bocharova, M.-C. Chuang, P. Santhosh, V. Privman, J. Wang and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 114, 12166-12174 (2010); e-print arXiv:1006.5743.

228. Invited Review: Models of Synthesis of Uniform Colloids and Nanocrystals, V. Gorshkov and V. Privman, Physica E 43, 1-12 (2010); e-print arXiv:1006.0533.

227. Journal Editing: Novel Biochemical and Physical Information Processing Systems, special issue of Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, Vol. 8, No. 3 (2011), guest-edited by V. Privman and D. Solenov; Foreword.
        Article: Error-Control and Digitalization Concepts for Chemical and Biomolecular Information Processing Systems, V. Privman, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 8, 490-502 (2011); e-print arXiv:1004.4666.

226. Enzymatic Logic Gates with Noise-Reducing Sigmoid Response, V. Pedrosa, D. Melnikov, M. Pita, J. Halamek, V. Privman, A. Simonian and E. Katz, Int. J. Unconventional Comp. 6, 451-460 (2010); e-print arXiv:0912.4710.
        Preliminary conference-proceedings publication printed in: World J. Eng. 7, Article P162, 2 pages (2010).

225. Invited Review: Enzyme-Based Logic Systems for Information Processing, E. Katz and V. Privman, Chem. Soc. Rev. 39, 1835-1857 (2010); e-print arXiv:0910.0270.

224. Conference Proceeding Editing: Proceedings of The Fourth International Conference on Quantum, Nano and Micro Technologies (ICQNM 2010), edited by V. Ovchinnikov and V. Privman (IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services, Los Alamitos, California, 2010).
        Article: Towards Biosensing Strategies Based on Biochemical Logic Systems, E. Katz, V. Privman and J. Wang, in: Proc. Conf. ICQNM 2010 (IEEE Comp. Soc. Conf. Publ. Serv., Los Alamitos, California, 2010), pages 1-9; e-print arXiv:0909.1583.

223. Enzymatic AND-Gate Based on Electrode-Immobilized Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase: Towards Digital Biosensors and Biochemical Logic Systems with Low Noise, V. Privman, V. Pedrosa, D. Melnikov, M. Pita, A. Simonian and E. Katz, Biosens. Bioelectron. 25, 695-701 (2009); e-print arXiv:0906.3912.

222. Optimization of Enzymatic Logic Gates and Networks for Noise Reduction and Stability, M. A. Arugula, J. Halamek, E. Katz, D. Melnikov, M. Pita, V. Privman and G. Strack, in: Proc. Conf. CENICS 2009, edited by K. B. Kent, P. Dini, O. Franza, T. Palacios, C. Reig, J. E. Maranon, A. Rostami, D. Zammit-Mangion, W. C. Hasenplaugh, F. Toran and Y. Zafar (IEEE Comp. Soc. Conf. Publ. Serv., Los Alamitos, California, 2009), pages 1-7; e-print arXiv:0905.2235.

221. Analog Noise Reduction in Enzymatic Logic Gates, D. Melnikov, G. Strack, M. Pita, V. Privman and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 113, 10472-10479 (2009); e-print arXiv:0905.2714.

220. Shape Selection in Synthesis of Colloids and Nanoparticles, I. Sevonkaev and V. Privman, World J. Eng. 6, Article P909, 2 pages (2009); e-print arXiv:0903.2841.

219. Shape Selection in Diffusive Growth of Colloids and Nanoparticles, V. Gorshkov, A. Zavalov and V. Privman, Langmuir 25, 7940-7953 (2009); e-print arXiv:0902.3243.

218. Random Sequential Adsorption of Oriented Superdisks, O. Gromenko and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 79, Article 042103, 4 pages (2009); e-print arXiv:0902.3089.

217. Topics in Quantum Dynamics and Coherence for Quantum Information Processing, V. Privman, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 7, 1635-1641 (2010); e-print arXiv:0907.0264.

216. Network Analysis of Biochemical Logic for Noise Reduction and Stability: A System of Three Coupled Enzymatic AND Gates, V. Privman, M. A. Arugula, J. Halamek, M. Pita and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 113, 5301-5310 (2009); e-print arXiv:0812.1310.

215. Conference Proceeding Editing: Proceedings of The Third International Conference on Quantum, Nano and Micro Technologies (ICQNM 2009), edited by D. Avis, C. Kollmitzer and V. Privman (IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services, Los Alamitos, California, 2009).
        Article: Synthesis of Silver Colloids: Experiment and Computational Model, I. Halaciuga, D. T. Robb, V. Privman and D. V. Goia, in: Proc. Conf. ICQNM 2009 (IEEE Comp. Soc. Conf. Publ. Serv., Los Alamitos, California, 2009), pages 141-146; e-print arXiv:0810.0004.

214. Random Sequential Adsorption of Objects of Decreasing Size, O. Gromenko and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 79, Article 011104, 7 pages (2009); e-print arXiv:0809.5061.

213. Computational Model for the Formation of Uniform Silver Spheres by Aggregation of Nanosize Precursors, D. T. Robb, I. Halaciuga, V. Privman and D. V. Goia, J. Chem. Phys. 129, Article 184705, 11 pages (2008); e-print arXiv:0807.1534.

212. Diffusional Nucleation of Nanocrystals and Their Self-Assembly into Uniform Colloids, V. Privman, J. Optoelectronics Adv. Mater. 10, 2827-2839 (2008); e-print arXiv:0806.4644.

211. Three-Dimensional Percolation Modeling of Self-Healing Composites, A. Dementsov and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 78, Article 021104, 6 pages (2008); e-print arXiv:0805.2188.

210. Optimization of Enzymatic Biochemical Logic for Noise Reduction and Scalability: How Many Biocomputing Gates Can Be Interconnected in a Circuit? V. Privman, G. Strack, D. Solenov, M. Pita and E. Katz, J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 11777-11784 (2008); e-print arXiv:0803.4197.

209. Random Sequential Adsorption Model of Damage and Crack Accumulation: Exact One-Dimensional Results, O. Gromenko, V. Privman and M. L. Glasser, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 5, 2119-2123 (2008); e-print arXiv:0712.3567.

208. Morphology of Fine-Particle Monolayers Deposited on Nanopatterned Substrates, N. A. M. Araujo, A. Cadilhe and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 77, Article 031603, 10 pages (2008); e-print arXiv:0709.3109.

207. Quantitative Evaluation of Decoherence and Applications for Quantum-Dot Charge Qubits, L. Fedichkin and V. Privman, J. Sci. Eng. A 5, 112-139 (2008); e-print arXiv:0805.2370.

206. Invited Review: Mechanisms of Diffusional Nucleation of Nanocrystals and Their Self-Assembly into Uniform Colloids, V. Privman, Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1161, 508-525 (2009); e-print arXiv:0707.2595.
        Preliminary conference-proceedings publication printed in: Proc. Conf. ITP 2007, Pages 17-1 to 17-15, edited by S. S. Sadhal (Bulgarian Nat. Academy Press, 2007).

205. Model of Nanocrystal Formation in Solution by Burst Nucleation and Diffusional Growth, D. T. Robb and V. Privman, Langmuir 24, 26-35 (2008); e-print arXiv:0707.2380.

204. Percolation Modeling of Conductance of Self-Healing Composites, A. Dementsov and V. Privman, Physica A 385, 543-550 (2007); e-print arXiv:0704.0935.

203. Invited Review: Coherence and Entanglement in Two-Qubit Dynamics: Interplay of the Induced Exchange Interaction and Quantum Noise due to Thermal Bosonic Environment, V. Privman and D. Solenov, Proc. SPIE 6573, Article 657303, 17 pages (2007); e-print cond-mat/0703311.

202. Error Correction and Digitalization Concepts in Biochemical Computing, L. Fedichkin, E. Katz and V. Privman, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 5, 36-43 (2008); e-print cond-mat/0703351.

201. Random Sequential Adsorption: From Continuum to Lattice and Pre-Patterned Substrates, A. Cadilhe, N. A. M. Araujo and V. Privman, J. Phys. Cond. Matter 19, Article 065124, 12 pages (2007); e-print cond-mat/0611413.

200. Invited Review: Quantitative Treatment of Decoherence, L. Fedichkin and V. Privman, Ch. 8 in: Electron Spin Resonance and Related Phenomena in Low Dimensional Structures, Pages 141-167, edited by M. Fanciulli, Topics in Applied Physics 115 (Springer, Berlin, 2009); e-print cond-mat/0610756.

199. Onset of Entanglement and Noise Cross-Correlations in Two-Qubit System Interacting with Common Bosonic Bath, V. Privman, D. Solenov and D. Tolkunov, in: Proc. Conf. ICSICT-2006, Part 2, Pages 1054-1057, edited by T.-A. Tang, G.-P. Ru and Y.-L. Jiang (IEEE Press, Piscataway, NJ, 2006); e-print quant-ph/0607076.

198. Modeling of Self-Healing Polymer Composites Reinforced with Nanoporous Glass Fibers, V. Privman, A. Dementsov and I. Sokolov, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 4, 190-193 (2007); e-print cond-mat/0606559.

197. Exchange Interaction, Entanglement, and Quantum Noise Due to a Thermal Bosonic Field, D. Solenov, D. Tolkunov and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 75, Article 035134, 11 pages (2007); e-print cond-mat/0605278.

196. Robustness of Multiqubit Entanglement, L. Fedichkin, A. Fedorov and V. Privman, Proc. SPIE 6244, Article 624408, 9 pages (2006).

195. Decoherence of Dynamically Manipulated Qubits, V. Privman and D. Solenov, in: Proc. Conf. IEEE-NANO 2006, Vol. 2, Pages 842-845 (IEEE Press, Monterey, CA, 2006); e-print quant-ph/0602191.

194. Coherent Interaction of Spins Induced by Thermal Bosonic Environment, D. Solenov, D. Tolkunov and V. Privman, Phys. Lett. A 359, 81-85 (2006); e-print cond-mat/0511680.

193. Quantum Dynamics of Spins Coupled by Electrons in a One-Dimensional Channel, D. Mozyrsky, A. Dementsov and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 72, Article 233103, 4 pages (2005); e-print cond-mat/0508297.

192. Evaluation of Decoherence for Quantum Computing Architectures: Qubit System Subject to Time-Dependent Control, D. Solenov and V. Privman, Int. J. Modern Phys. B 20, 1476-1495 (2006); e-print cond-mat/0506286.

191. Decoherence and Loss of Entanglement, V. Privman and D. Tolkunov, Proc. SPIE 5815, 187-194 (2005).

190. Invited Review: Modeling for Semiconductor Spintronics, S. Saikin, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, IEE Proc. Circuits Devices Syst. 152, 366-376 (2005); e-print cond-mat/0504001.
        Translated review (in Russian): Modeling in Semiconductor Spintronics, S. K. Saikin, Y. V. Pershin and V. L. Privman, Sci. Trans. Kazan State Univ. 147, 97-115 (2005).

189. Decoherence of a Measure of Entanglement, D. Tolkunov, V. Privman and P. K. Aravind, Phys. Rev. A 71, Article 060308(R), 4 pages (2005); e-print quant-ph/0412141.

188. Semiclassical Transport Models for Semiconductor Spintronics, Y. V. Pershin, S. Saikin and V. Privman, Electrochem. Soc. Proc. 2004-13, 183-205 (2005).

187. Journal Editing: Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE NTC Quantum Device Technology Workshop, special issue of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2005), guest-edited by V. Privman; Foreword.
        Article: Influence of Nuclear Spin Polarization on Quantum Wire Conductance, J. A. Nesteroff, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, IEEE Tr. Nanotech. 4, 141-147 (2005); e-print cond-mat/0406337.

186. Journal Editing: Proceedings of the 2004 Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation on Correlated Electrons at High Magnetic Fields, special issue of J. Sci. Eng., Vol. 1, No. 3 (2004), guest-edited by A. Shik and V. Privman.
        Article: Studies of Short-Time Decoherence for Evaluation of Quantum Computer Designs, V. Privman and D. Tolkunov, J. Sci. Eng. 1, 573-585 (2004); e-print cond-mat/0405694.

185. Models of Short-Time Qubit Decoherence, D. Solenov and V. Privman, Proc. SPIE 5436, 172-186 (2004); e-print cond-mat/0403510.

184. Polarization of Nuclear Spins from the Conductance of Quantum Wire, J. A. Nesteroff, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, Article 126601, 4 pages (2004); e-print cond-mat/0403448.

183. Short-Time Decoherence for General System-Environment Interactions, D. Tolkunov and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 69, Article 062309, 7 pages (2004); e-print cond-mat/0403348.

182. Evaluation of Decoherence for Quantum Control and Computing, A. Fedorov, L. Fedichkin and V. Privman, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 1, 132-143 (2004); e-print cond-mat/0401248.

181. Random Sequential Adsorption of Mixtures of Dimers and Monomers on a Pre-Treated Bethe Lattice, A. Cadilhe and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 18, 207-211 (2004); e-print cond-mat/0311190.

180. Effect of Spin-Orbit Interaction and In-Plane Magnetic Field on the Conductance of a Quasi-One-Dimensional System, Y. V. Pershin, J. A. Nesteroff and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 69, Article 121306(R), 4 pages (2004); e-print cond-mat/0311143.

179. Slow Spin Relaxation in Two-Dimensional Electron Systems with Antidots, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 69, Article 073310, 4 pages (2004); e-print cond-mat/0309513.

178. Additivity of Decoherence Measures for Multiqubit Quantum Systems, L. Fedichkin, A. Fedorov and V. Privman, Phys. Lett. A 328, 87-93 (2004); e-print cond-mat/0309685.

177. Monte Carlo Modeling of Spin FETs Controlled by Spin-Orbit Interaction, M. Shen, S. Saikin, M.-C. Cheng and V. Privman, Math. Comput. Simul. 65, 351-363 (2004); e-print cond-mat/0309118.

176. Simulation of Spin-Polarized Transport in Submicrometer Device Structures, S. Saikin, M. Shen, M.-C. Cheng and V. Privman, in: Proc. Conf. IEEE-NANO 2003, Vol. 1, Pages 91-94 (IEEE Press, Monterey, CA, 2003).

175. Propagation of Spin-Polarized Electrons Through Interfaces Separating Differently Doped Semiconductor Regions, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, in: Proc. Conf. IEEE-NANO 2003, Vol. 1, Pages 168-170 (IEEE Press, Monterey, CA, 2003); e-print cond-mat/0306041.

174. Model of Controlled Synthesis of Uniform Colloid Particles: Cadmium Sulfide, S. Libert, V. Gorshkov, D. Goia, E. Matijevic and V. Privman, Langmuir 19, 10679-10683 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0305197.

173. Measures of Decoherence, L. Fedichkin, A. Fedorov and V. Privman, Proc. SPIE 5105, 243-254 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0303158.

172. Invited Review: Onset of Decoherence in Open Quantum Systems, V. Privman, Proc. SPIE 5115, 345-355 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0303157.

171. Focusing of Spin Polarization in Semiconductors by Inhomogeneous Doping, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, Article 256602, 4 pages (2003); e-print cond-mat/0302523.

170. Monte Carlo Simulation of Spin-Polarized Transport, M. Shen, S. Saikin, M.-C. Cheng and V. Privman, Lect. Notes Comput. Sci. 2668-II, 881-891 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0302395.

169. Spin Relaxation of Conduction Electrons in Semiconductors Due to Interaction with Nuclear Spins, Y. V. Pershin and V. Privman, Nano Lett. 3, 695-700 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0301055.

168. Semiclassical Monte Carlo Model for In-Plane Transport of Spin-Polarized Electrons in III-V Heterostructures, S. Saikin, M. Shen, M.-C. Cheng and V. Privman, J. Appl. Phys. 94, 1769-1775 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0212610.

167. Formation of Monodispersed Cadmium Sulfide Particles by Aggregation of Nanosize Precursors, S. Libert, V. Gorshkov, V. Privman, D. Goia and E. Matijevic, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci. 100-102, 169-183 (2003); e-print cond-mat/0204192.

166. Relaxation of Shallow Donor Electron Spin due to Interaction with Nuclear Spin Bath, S. Saykin, D. Mozyrsky and V. Privman, Nano Lett. 2, 651-655 (2002); e-print cond-mat/0203362.

165. Initial Decoherence of Open Quantum Systems, V. Privman, J. Stat. Phys. 110, 957-970 (2003); e-print quant-ph/0205037.

164. Short-Time Decoherence and Deviation from Pure Quantum States, V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 16, 459-465 (2002); e-print cond-mat/0203039.

163. Growth of Nanosize and Colloid Particles by Controlled Addition of Singlets, V. Privman, print citation: MRS Proc. 703, 577-585 (2002), online citation: MRS Proc. 701, Article T3.3, 9 pages (2001); e-print cond-mat/0111463.

162. Quantum Computing in Semiconductor Structures with 0.1 mm Separation of Nuclear-Spin Qubits, D. Mozyrsky and V. Privman, Mater. Phys. Mech. 4, 5-7 (2001).
        Conference Presentation: Semiconductor Quantum Computer Design with 100 nm Separation of Nuclear-Spin Qubits, V. Privman and D. Mozyrsky, Proc. Int. Conf. Quantum Inf. (ICQI 2001), Article PB19, 3 pages, edited by N. P. Bigelow, J. H. Eberly, C. R. Stroud, Jr. and I. A. Walmsley (Opt. Soc. Amer., Washington, 2002); e-print quant-ph/0103116.

161. Nuclear Spin Based Memory and Logic in Quantum Hall Semiconductor Nanostructures for Quantum Computing Applications, R. G. Mani, W. B. Johnson, V. Narayanamurti, V. Privman and Y.-H. Zhang, Physica E 12, 152-156 (2002).

160. Invited Review: Quantum Computing with Spin Qubits in Semiconductor Structures, V. Privman, D. Mozyrsky and I. D. Vagner, Computer Phys. Commun. 146, 331-338 (2002); e-print cond-mat/0102308.

159. Indirect Interaction of Solid-State Qubits via Two-Dimensional Electron Gas, D. Mozyrsky, V. Privman and M. L. Glasser, Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 5112-5115 (2001); e-print cond-mat/0012470.

158. Model of Formation of Monodispersed Colloids, J. Park, V. Privman and E. Matijevic, J. Phys. Chem. B 105, 11630-11635 (2001); e-print cond-mat/0102079.

157. Boundary Conditions in Diffusional Growth and Sedimentation, V. Privman and J. Park, in: Processing by Centrifugation, Proc. Fourth Int. Workshop on Materials Processing at High Gravity, edited by L. L. Regel and W. R. Wilcox (Kluwer, New York, 2001), Pages 141-147; e-print cond-mat/0008097.

156. Decoherence and Measurement in Open Quantum Systems, V. Privman and D. Mozyrsky, Proc. SPIE 4047, 36-47 (2000); e-print quant-ph/0003051.

155. Invited Review: Growth of Monodispersed Colloids by Aggregation of Nucleating Subunits, J. Park and V. Privman, in: Recent Research Developments in Statistical Physics, Vol. 1, Pages 1-17 (Transworld Research Network, Trivandrum, India, 2000); e-print cond-mat/0003029.

154. Nuclear-Spin Qubit Dephasing Time in the Integer Quantum Hall Effect Regime, D. Mozyrsky, V. Privman and I. D. Vagner, Phys. Rev. B 63, Article 085313, 6 pages (2001); e-print cond-mat/0002350.

153. Invited Review: Recent Theoretical Results for Nonequilibrium Deposition of Submicron Particles, V. Privman, J. Adhesion 74, 421-440 (2001); e-print cond-mat/0003062.

152. Journal Editing: Adhesion of Submicron Particles on Solid Surfaces, special volume of Colloids and Surfaces A, Vol. A 165, Issues 1-3, Pages 1-428 (2000), guest-edited by V. Privman.
        Review: Dynamics of Nonequilibrium Deposition, V. Privman, Colloids Surf. A 165, 231-240 (2000); e-print cond-mat/9906174.

151. Measurement of a Quantum System Coupled to Independent Heat-Bath and Pointer Modes, D. Mozyrsky and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 14, 303-312 (2000); e-print cond-mat/0003019, earlier version cond-mat/9903403.

150. Diffusional Growth of Colloids, D. Mozyrsky and V. Privman, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 9254-9258 (1999); e-print cond-mat/9812207.

149. Mechanism of Formation of Monodispersed Colloids by Aggregation of Nanosize Precursors, V. Privman, D. V. Goia, J. Park and E. Matijevic, J. Colloid Interf. Sci. 213, 36-45 (1999); e-print cond-mat/9809167.

148. Adiabatic Decoherence, D. Mozyrsky and V. Privman, J. Stat. Phys. 91, 787-799 (1998); e-print quant-ph/9709020.

147. Quantum Computation in Quantum-Hall Systems, V. Privman, I. D. Vagner and G. Kventsel, Phys. Lett. A 239, 141-146 (1998); e-print quant-ph/9707017.

146. Hamiltonians for Quantum Computing, V. Privman, D. Mozyrsky and S. P. Hotaling, Proc. SPIE 3076, 84-96 (1997); e-print quant-ph/9705026.

145. Effects of Surfactants on Particle Adhesion. II. Interactions of Monodispersed Colloidal Hematite with Glass Beads in the Presence of 1-Dodecylpyridinium Chloride, A. Zelenev, V. Privman and E. Matijevic, Colloids Surf. A 135, 1-10 (1998).

144. Design of Gates for Quantum Computation: the Three-Spin XOR Gate in Terms of Two-Spin Interactions, D. Mozyrsky, V. Privman and S. P. Hotaling, Int. J. Modern Phys. B 12, 591-600 (1998); e-print quant-ph/9612029; earlier version quant-ph/9610008.

143. Quantum Signal Splitting that Avoids Initialization of the Targets, D. Mozyrsky and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 11, 1277-1283 (1997); e-print quant-ph/9609010.

142. Design of Gates for Quantum Computation: the NOT Gate, D. Mozyrsky, V. Privman and S. P. Hotaling, Int. J. Modern Phys. B 11, 2207-2215 (1997); e-print quant-ph/9608029.

141. Three-Species Diffusion-Limited Reaction with Continuous Density-Decay Exponents, J. W. Lee and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 30, L317-L324 (1997); e-print cond-mat/9611237.

140. A Hamiltonian for Quantum Copying, D. Mozyrsky, V. Privman and M. Hillery, Phys. Lett. A 226, 253-256 (1997); e-print quant-ph/9609018.

139. Exact Solutions of Low-Dimensional Reaction-Diffusion Systems, A. M. R. Cadilhe, M. L. Glasser and V. Privman, Int. J. Modern Phys. B 11, 109-114 (1997); e-print cond-mat/9606224.

138. Exact Solution of an Irreversible One-Dimensional Model with Fully Biased Spin Exchanges, A. M. R. Cadilhe and V. Privman, Int. J. Modern Phys. B 10, 3451-3459 (1996); e-print cond-mat/9602122.

137. Invited Review: Universality, V. Privman, in: Encyclopedia of Applied Physics, Vol. 23, Pages 31-46, published by American Institute of Physics (Wiley-VCH, New York, 1998).

136. Book Editing: Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics in One Dimension, 470 pages, 22 invited reviews, edited by V. Privman (Cambridge University Press, 1997, paperback re-issue 2005).
        Review: Phase Separation, Cluster Growth, and Reaction Kinetics in Models with Synchronous Dynamics, V. Privman, Ch. 8 in: Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics in One Dimension, Pages 167-179.

135. Two-Species Annihilation with Drift: A Model with Continuous Concentration-Decay Exponents, D. ben-Avraham, V. Privman and D. Zhong, Phys. Rev. E 52, 6889-6891 (1995); e-print cond-mat/9505141.

134. Casting Pearls Ballistically: Efficient Massively Parallel Simulation of Particle Deposition, B. D. Lubachevsky, V. Privman and S. C. Roy, J. Comput. Phys. 126, 152-164 (1996).

133. Anisotropic Diffusion-Limited Reactions with Coagulation and Annihilation, V. Privman, A. M. R. Cadilhe and M. L. Glasser, Phys. Rev. E 53, 739-742 (1996); e-print cond-mat/9503065.

132. Exact Solutions of Anisotropic Diffusion-Limited Reactions with Coagulation and Annihilation, V. Privman, A. M. R. Cadilhe and M. L. Glasser, J. Stat. Phys. 81, 881-899 (1995); e-print cond-mat/9503064.

131. The Ultimate Bead Counter: Efficient Massively Parallel Simulation of Ballistic Deposition, B. D. Lubachevsky, V. Privman and S. C. Roy, ACM SIGSIM Simulation Digest 25, 95-102 (1995).

130. Invited Review: Dynamics of Nonequilibrium Deposition with Diffusional Relaxation, V. Privman, in: Annual Reviews of Computational Physics, Vol. III, 177-193, edited by D. Stauffer (World Scientific, Singapore, 1995); e-print cond-mat/9503063.

129. Multiparticle Reactions with Spatial Anisotropy, E. Burgos, M. D. Grynberg and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 52, 1866-1870 (1995); e-print cond-mat/9410103.

128. Series Analysis of Tricritical Behavior: Mean-Field Model and Slicewise Pade Approximants, J. Adler and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 28, 2445-2456 (1995); e-print cond-mat/9503062.

127. Kinetic Roughening in Deposition with Suppressed Screening, P. Nielaba and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 51, 2022-2025 (1995); e-print cond-mat/9401048.

126. Exact Results for 1D Conserved Order Parameter Model, V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 8, 143-147 (1994); e-print cond-mat/9312097.

125. Dynamics of Nonequilibrium Processes: Surface Adsorption, Reaction-Diffusion Kinetics, Ordering and Phase Separation, V. Privman, Trends in Statistical Phys. 1, 89-95 (1994); e-print cond-mat/9312078.

124. Exact Results for Diffusion-Limited Reactions with Synchronous Dynamics, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. E 50, 50-53 (1994); e-print cond-mat/9310079.

123. Locally Frozen Defects in Random Sequential Adsorption with Diffusional Relaxation, J.-S. Wang, P. Nielaba and V. Privman, Physica A 199, 527-538 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9306034.

122. Annihilation of Immobile Reactants on the Bethe Lattice, S. N. Majumdar and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 26, L743-L748 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9305030.

121. Dissociative Adsorption: A Solvable Model of "Hot" Deposition, V. Privman, Europhys. Lett. 23, 341-345 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9304020.

120. Crossover from Rate-Equation to Diffusion-Controlled Kinetics in Two-Particle Coagulation, V. Privman, C. R. Doering and H. L. Frisch, Phys. Rev. E 48, 846-851 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9303009.

119. Irreversible Multilayer Adsorption, P. Nielaba, V. Privman and J.-S. Wang, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 98, 451-454 (1994).

118. Irreversible Multilayer Adsorption, P. Nielaba, V. Privman and J.-S. Wang, in: Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics VI, edited by D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon and H.-B. Schuettler, Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 76, Pages 143-147 (Springer, Berlin, 1993); e-print cond-mat/9302033.

117. Collective Effects in Random Sequential Adsorption of Diffusing Hard Squares, J.-S. Wang, P. Nielaba and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 7, 189-196 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9210025.

116. Second-Order Dynamics in the Collective Evolution of Coupled Maps and Automata, P.-M. Binder and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 6, 1835-1841 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9211012.

115. Exact Solution of a Phase Separation Model with Conserved Order Parameter Dynamics, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 3686-3688 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9210002.

114. Discrete to Continuous-Time Crossover due to Anisotropy in Diffusion-Limited Two-Particle Annihilation Reactions, V. Privman, J. Stat. Phys. 72, 845-854 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9209024.

113. Invited Review: Fluctuating Interfaces, Surface Tension, and Capillary Waves: An Introduction, V. Privman, Int. J. Modern Phys. C 3, 857-877 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9207003.

112. Exact Results for a Three-Body Reaction-Diffusion System, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 46, R6140-R6142 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9207001.

111. Fast-Diffusion Mean-Field Theory for k-Body Reactions in One Dimension, V. Privman and M. D. Grynberg, J. Phys. A 25, 6567-6575 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9207015.

110. Random Sequential Adsorption on a Line: Mean-Field Theory of Diffusional Relaxation, V. Privman and M. Barma, J. Chem. Phys. 97, 6714-6719 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9207004.

109. Morphology of Amorphous Layers Ballistically Deposited on a Planar Substrate, B. D. Lubachevsky, V. Privman and S. C. Roy, Phys. Rev. E 47, 48-53 (1993); e-print cond-mat/9207014.

108. Random Sequential Adsorption on a Linear Lattice: Effect of Diffusional Relaxation, P. Nielaba and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 6, 533-539 (1992).

107. Second-Order Dynamics in the Collective Temporal Evolution of Complex Systems, P.-M. Binder and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 3830-3834 (1992).

106. Collective Behaviour in One-Dimensional Locally Coupled Map Lattices, P.-M. Binder and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 25, L775-L780 (1992).

105. Model of Cluster Growth and Phase Separation: Exact Results in One Dimension, V. Privman, J. Stat. Phys. 69, 629-642 (1992); e-print cond-mat/9207002.

104. Diffusional Relaxation in Dimer Deposition, V. Privman and P. Nielaba, Europhys. Lett. 18, 673-678 (1992).

103. Asymptotic Layer Coverage in Deposition Models without Screening, V. Privman and J.-S. Wang, Phys. Rev. A 45, R2155-R2157 (1992).

102. Relaxation Time Scales of Critical Stochastic Models, V. Privman and B. D. Lubachevsky, Modern Phys. Lett. B 5, 1773-1780 (1991).

101. Multilayer Adsorption with Increasing Layer Coverage, P. Nielaba and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 45, 6099-6102 (1992).

100. Finite-Size Behavior of Relaxation Times in Stochastic Models with Accumulating Fixed Points, R. Bidaux, B. D. Lubachevsky and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 44, 6213-6218 (1991).

99. Invited Review: Kinetics of Irreversible Monolayer and Multilayer Adsorption, M. C. Bartelt and V. Privman, Int. J. Modern Phys. B 5, 2883-2907 (1991).

98. Finite-Range Scaling in the Kac Model, V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 5, 1031-1036 (1991).

97. Finite-Size Scaling: New Results, V. Privman, Physica A 177, 241-246 (1991).

96. Surface-to-Bulk Crossover in Directed Compact Percolation, R. Bidaux and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 24, L839-L843 (1991).

95. Two-Spin-Majority Cellular Automaton as a Model of 2D Cluster and Interface Growth, B. Hede and V. Privman, J. Stat. Phys. 65, 379-385 (1991).

94. Unusual Finite-Size Behavior of the Relaxation Time Scales of Critical Stochastic Models, V. Privman, N. M. Svrakic and S. S. Manna, Phys. Rev. Lett. 66, 3317-3320 (1991).

93. Longitudinal Correlation Length in Directed Percolation and Related Models: A Possible New Scaling Mechanism, M. Henkel and V. Privman, Modern Phys. Lett. B 5, 555-559 (1991).

92. Kinetics of Irreversible Adsorption of Mixtures of Pointlike and Fixed-Size Particles: Exact Results, M. C. Bartelt and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 44, R2227-R2230 (1991).

91. Exact Solution of the Diffusion Problem for a Piecewise Linear Barrier, V. Privman and H. L. Frisch, J. Chem. Phys. 94, 8216-8219 (1991).

90. Infinite-Range Mean-Field Percolation: Transfer Matrix Study of Longitudinal Correlation Length, V. Privman and L. S. Schulman, J. Stat. Phys. 64, 207-226 (1991).

89. Kinetics of Multilayer Adsorption: Monte Carlo Studies of Models without Screening, P. Nielaba, V. Privman and J.-S. Wang, J. Phys. A 23, L1187-L1191 (1990).

88. Particle Adhesion in Model Systems. Part 13. Theory of Multilayer Deposition, V. Privman, H. L. Frisch, N. Ryde and E. Matijevic, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 87, 1371-1375 (1991).

87. Continuum Limit in Random Sequential Adsorption, V. Privman, J.-S. Wang and P. Nielaba, Phys. Rev. B 43, 3366-3372 (1991).

86. Exact Solution of the Diffusion in a Bistable Piecewise Linear Potential, H. L. Frisch, V. Privman, C. Nicolis and G. Nicolis, J. Phys. A 23, L1147-L1153 (1990).

85. New Mechanism for Mass Gap Scaling and Transfer-Matrix Study for (1+1)D Directed Percolation, M. Henkel and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 1777-1780 (1990).

84. Kinetics of Irreversible Multilayer Adsorption: One-Dimensional Models, M. C. Bartelt and V. Privman, J. Chem. Phys. 93, 6820-6823 (1990).

83. New Logarithmic Term in the Superfluid Density Scaling in Confined Geometries, V. Privman, J. Phys. A 23, L711-L714 (1990).

82. Nonsymmetric First-Order Transitions: Finite-Size Scaling and Tests for Infinite-Range Models, V. Privman and J. Rudnick, J. Stat. Phys. 60, 551-560 (1990).

81. Book Editing: Finite Size Scaling and Numerical Simulation of Statistical Systems, 518 pages, 11 invited reviews, edited by V. Privman (World Scientific, Singapore, 1990).
      Review: Finite-Size Scaling Theory, V. Privman, Ch. I in: Finite Size Scaling and Numerical Simulation of Statistical Systems, Pages 1-98.

80. Magnetic Effects in Particle Adhesion. Part III. Magnetite Particles on Steel and Glass, V. Privman, N. Kallay, M. F. Haque and E. Matijevic, J. Adhesion Sci. Technol. 4, 221-233 (1990).

79. Magnetic Effects in Particle Adhesion. Part II. The Influence of Particle Composition and Size on Deposition in a Magnetic Field, M. F. Haque, N. Kallay, V. Privman and E. Matijevic, J. Adhesion Sci. Technol. 4, 205-220 (1990).

78. First-Order Phase Transitions in Finite-Size Strips with Interfaces, V. Privman and M. C. Bartelt, Zeit. Phys. B 78, 501-505 (1990).

77. Invited Review: Universal Critical-Point Amplitude Relations, V. Privman, P. C. Hohenberg and A. Aharony, in: Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena (Academic, NY, 1991), edited by C. Domb and J. L. Lebowitz, Vol. 14, Ch. 1, 1-134 and 364-367; ISBN 0-12-220314-3.

76. Roughening at Wetting: Step Free Energy, G. Bilalbegovic, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, J. Phys. A 22, L833-L836 (1989).

75. Magnetic Effects in Particle Adhesion. I. Kinetics of Hematite Particles Deposition on Stainless Steel, M. F. Haque, N. Kallay, V. Privman and E. Matijevic, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 137, 36-47 (1990).

74. Adsorption-Desorption Transition of Polymer Chains Interacting with Surfaces, G. Forgacs, V. Privman and H. L. Frisch, J. Chem. Phys. 90, 3339-3345 (1989).

73. Transfer-Matrix Spectrum for Systems with Interfaces, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, Phys. Rev. Lett. 62, 633-636 (1989).

72. Book: Directed Models of Polymers, Interfaces, and Clusters: Scaling and Finite-Size Properties, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1989), Lecture Notes in Physics 338, 120 pages.

71. Asymptotic Degeneracy of the Transfer Matrix Spectrum for Systems with Interfaces: Relation to Surface Stiffness and Step Free Energy, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, J. Stat. Phys. 54, 735-754 (1989).

70. Universal Size Dependence of the Free Energy of Finite Systems Near Criticality, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 38, 9261-9263 (1988).

69. Finite-Size Corrections for Inclined Interfaces in Two Dimensions: Exact Results for Ising and Solid-on-Solid Models, N. M. Svrakic, V. Privman and D. B. Abraham, J. Stat. Phys. 53, 1041-1059 (1988).

68. Directed Walk Models of Polymers at Interfaces, M. C. T. P. Carvalho and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 21, L1033-L1037 (1988).

67. New Results for 2d Wetting Transitions, V. Privman, Nucl. Phys. B Proc. Suppl. 5A, 182-184 (1988).

66. Finite-Size Properties of the Angle-Dependent Surface Tension of Rough Interfaces, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 61, 183-186 (1988).

65. New Solvable Model of Polymer-Chain Adsorption at a Surface, V. Privman, G. Forgacs and H. L. Frisch, Phys. Rev. B 37 (Rapid Comm.), 9897-9900 (1988).

64. First-Order Unbinding Transition of an Interface in Two Dimensions, G. Forgacs, N. M. Svrakic and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 38, 8996-9004 (1988).

63. Invited Review: Difference Equations in Statistical Mechanics: II. Solid-on-Solid Models in Two Dimensions, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, J. Stat. Phys. 51, 1111-1126 (1988), in: New Directions in Statistical Mechanics, edited by J. L. Lebowitz.

62. Wetting Phenomena with Long-Range Forces: Exact Results for the Solid-on-Solid Model with the 1/r Substrate Potential, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, Phys. Rev. B 37 (Rapid Comm.), 5974-5977 (1988).

61. Exact Generating Function for Fully Directed Compact Lattice Animals, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, Phys. Rev. Lett. 60, 1107-1109 (1988).

60. Invited Review: Difference Equations in Statistical Mechanics: I. Cluster Statistics Models, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, J. Stat. Phys. 51, 1091-1110 (1988), in: New Directions in Statistical Mechanics, edited by J. L. Lebowitz.

59. First-Order Wetting Transition in d = 2 Systems with Short-Range Interactions: Exact Solution, G. Forgacs, N. M. Svrakic and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 37 (Rapid Comm.), 3818-3820 (1988).

58. Temperleys Triangular Lattice Compact Cluster Model: Exact Solution in Terms of the q Series, M. L. Glasser, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, J. Phys. A 20, L1275-L1280 (1987).

57. Finite-Size Scaling for the Restricted Solid-on-Solid Model of the Two-Dimensional Wetting Transition, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, Phys. Rev. B 37, 3713-3715 (1988).

56. Restoration of Universality for the Rod-to-Coil Transition Scaling in the Infinite-Dimensionality Limit: Exact Results for Directed Walks, V. Privman and N. M. Svrakic, J. Stat. Phys. 50, 81-89 (1988).

55. Nonuniversality of the Single-Chain Rod-to-Rod Transition Scaling Functions: Exact Results for Directed Walks, V. Privman and H. L. Frisch, J. Chem. Phys. 88, 469-474 (1988).

54. Directed Compact Lattice Animals: Exact Results, G. Forgacs and V. Privman, J. Stat. Phys. 49, 1165-1180 (1987).

53. Persistency of Two-Dimensional Self-Avoiding Walks, S. Redner and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 20, L857-L863 (1987).

52. Exact Solution of the Partially Directed Compact Lattice Animal Model, V. Privman and G. Forgacs, J. Phys. A 20, L543-L547 (1987).

51. Series Enumeration Study of the Rod-to-Coil Transition of Linear Polymer Chains, V. Privman and S. Redner, Zeit. Phys. B 67, 129-138 (1987).

50. Systems with Logarithmic Specific Heat: Finite-Size Scaling, V. Privman and J. Rudnick, J. Phys. A 19, L1215-L1219 (1986).

49. Scaling at the Conformational Rod-to-Coil Transition, M. L. Glasser, V. Privman and A. M. Szpilka, J. Phys. A 19, L1185-L1189 (1986).

48. Complex-Temperature-Plane Zeros: Scaling Theory and Multicritical Mean-Field Models, M. L. Glasser, V. Privman and L. S. Schulman, Phys. Rev. B 35, 1841-1845 (1987).

47. Complex Temperature Plane Zeros in the Mean-Field Approximation, M. L. Glasser, V. Privman and L. S. Schulman, J. Stat. Phys. 45, 451-457 (1986).

46. Partition Function Zeros in Two-Dimensional Lattice Models of the Polymer θ-Point, V. Privman and D. A. Kurtze, Macromolecules 19, 2377-2379 (1986).

45. Study of the θ Point by Enumeration of Self-Avoiding Walks on the Triangular Lattice, V. Privman, J. Phys. A 19, 3287-3297 (1986).

44. Effect of Boundary Conditions on the Critical Behavior of a Finite High-Dimensional Ising Model, J. Rudnick, G. Gaspari and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 32 (Rapid Comm.), 7594-7596 (1985).

43. Conformal Mapping of a Periodic Strip at Criticality, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 32 (Rapid Comm.), 6089-6090 (1985).

42. Spin-Wave Corrections to Single-Domain Behavior in Finite Ferromagnetic Systems, V. Privman and M. E. Fisher, J. Magn. Magnet. Mater. 54-57, 663-664 (1986).

41. Size of Rings in Two Dimensions, V. Privman and J. Rudnick, J. Phys. A 18, L789-L793 (1985).

40. Tests of Hyperuniversality for Self-Avoiding Walks, V. Privman and S. Redner, J. Phys. A 18, L781-L788 (1985).

39. First-Order Transitions in Spherical Models: Finite-Size Scaling, M. E. Fisher and V. Privman, Comm. Math. Phys. 103, 527-548 (1986).

38. Macromolecular Chains Subject to Boundary Constraints: Universal Scaling Amplitudes, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 32 (Rapid Comm.), 520-522 (1985).

37. First-Order Transitions Breaking O(n) Symmetry: Finite-Size Scaling, M. E. Fisher and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 32, 447-464 (1985).

36. Growing Partially Directed Self-Avoiding Walks, V. Privman, J. Phys. A 18, L63-L66 (1985).

35. Finite-Size Rounding of First-Order Transitions, V. Privman and M. E. Fisher, J. Appl. Phys. 57, 3327-3328 (1985).

34. Finite-Size Scaling of Critical Cumulants Near the Ferromagnetic Phase Boundary, V. Privman, Physica 129 A, 220-224 (1984).

33. Radii of Gyration of Fully and Partially Directed Lattice Animals, V. Privman and M. Barma, Zeit. Phys. B 57, 59-63 (1984).

32. Caliper Diameter of Branched Polymers, V. Privman, F. Family and A. Margolina, J. Phys. A 17, 2837-2841 (1984).

31. The Winding Angle of Planar Self-Avoiding Walks, M. E. Fisher, V. Privman and S. Redner, J. Phys. A 17, L569-L578 (1984).

30. Finite-Size Tests of Hyperscaling, K. Binder, M. Nauenberg, V. Privman and A. P. Young, Phys. Rev. B 31, 1498-1502 (1985).
      Reprinted in: Finite-Size Scaling, edited by J. L. Cardy (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1988), Pages 144-148.

29. Corrections to Scaling in Cluster Statistics Problems — an Overview of Recent Results, V. Privman, in: Proc. Int. Conf. on Kinetics of Aggregation and Gelation, edited by F. Family and D. P. Landau (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1984), 253-254.

28. Wetting Phenomena with Long-Range Forces, V. Privman, J. Chem. Phys. 81, 2463-2467 (1984).

27. Pseudosymmetry — A New Method of Deriving Perturbation Expansions, A. Mann and V. Privman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 106, 447-450 (1984).

26. Universal Critical Amplitudes in Finite-Size Scaling, V. Privman and M. E. Fisher, Phys. Rev. B 30, 322-327 (1984).

25. Corrections to Cluster-Radius Scaling for Branched Polymers and Percolation, A. Margolina, F. Family and V. Privman, Zeit. Phys. B 54, 321-324 (1984).

24. Finite-Size Scaling for Directed Self-Avoiding Walks, A. M. Szpilka and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 28 (Rapid Commun.), 6613-6615 (1983).

23. Spiral Self-Avoiding Walks, V. Privman, J. Phys. A 16, L571-L573 (1983).

22. Convergence and Extrapolation in Finite-Size Scaling Renormalization, V. Privman, Physica 123 A, 428-442 (1984).

21. Finite-Size Effects at First-Order Transitions, V. Privman and M. E. Fisher, J. Stat. Phys. 33, 385-417 (1983).
      Reprinted in: Finite-Size Scaling, edited by J. L. Cardy (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1988), Pages 149-181.

20. Convergence of Finite-Size Scaling Renormalization Techniques, V. Privman and M. E. Fisher, J. Phys. A 16, L295-L301 (1983).
      Reprinted in: Finite-Size Scaling, edited by J. L. Cardy (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1988), Pages 292-298.

19. Tests of a Method for Estimating Corrections to Scaling from Series, V. Privman, J. Phys. A 16, 3097-3103 (1983).

18. Two Three-State Potts Models: the Universality of Confluent Corrections to Scaling, J. Adler, I. G. Enting and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 16, 1967-1973 (1983).

17. Note on the "Susceptibility" Exponent for Two-Dimensional Percolation, V. Privman and I. D. Vagner, Zeit. Phys. B 50, 353-355 (1983).

16. Localized Symmetry-Adapted Perturbation Theory and a New Tight-Binding Expansion, A. Mann and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 49, 1068-1071 (1982).

15. Invited Review: Corrections to Scaling for Percolation, J. Adler, M. Moshe and V. Privman, Ann. Israel Phys. Soc. 5, Ch. 17, Pages 397-423 (1983).

14. Series Expansion Analysis of Corrections to Scaling in the Three-State Potts Model, J. Adler and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 15, L417-L425 (1982).

13. Analytic Continuation at First-Order Phase Transitions, V. Privman and L. S. Schulman, J. Stat. Phys. 29, 205-229 (1982).

12. Analytic Properties of Thermodynamic Functions at First-Order Phase Transitions, V. Privman and L. S. Schulman, J. Phys. A 15, L231-L238 (1982).

11. Unbiased Map of the Temperature Plane and Its Consequences for the d = 3 Ising Model, J. Adler, M. Moshe and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 26, 3958-3959 (1982).

10. New Method for Analyzing Confluent Singularities and Its Application to Two-Dimensional Percolation, J. Adler, M. Moshe and V. Privman, Phys. Rev. B 26, 1411-1415 (1982).

9. Two-Dimensional Percolation: Logarithmic Corrections to the Critical Behaviour from Series Expansions, J. Adler and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 14, L463-L470 (1981).

8. Confluent Singularities in Directed Bond Percolation, J. Adler, M. Moshe and V. Privman, J. Phys. A 14, L363-L367 (1981).

7. Ground State Perturbation Theory in One Dimension: a New Method with Application to Screened Coulomb and to Charmonium Potentials, V. Privman, Phys. Lett. 81 A, 326-330 (1981).

6. One-Dimensional Perturbation Theory in Quadratures, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 24, 2362-2371 (1981).

5. New Method of Perturbation-Theory Calculation of the Stark Effect for the Ground State of Hydrogen, V. Privman, Phys. Rev. A 22, 1833-1837 (1980).

4. The Width and Decay Modes of Charmed Tensor Mesons, V. Privman and P. Singer, Phys. Lett. 91 B, 436-440 (1980).

3. Discreteness of the Ground State for Non-Relativistic Bosons in One and Two Dimensions, Y. Avron and V. Privman, Ann. Inst. Henri Poincare A 31, 169-172 (1979).

2. "Localized" Perturbation Theory for Projected States for a Two-Element Group, A. Mann and V. Privman, Phys. Lett. 64 A, 361-363 (1978).

1. United-Atom Projected Perturbation Theory for a Homonuclear Diatomic Molecule, B. Atalay, A. Mann and V. Privman, Phys. Lett. 65 A, 193-195 (1978).