Some recent publications

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30. S.G. Kim and P.M. Duxbury Cracks and Critical Current J. Appl. Phys. 70, 3164-3170 (1991)
31. X. Yu, P.M. Duxbury, G. Jeffers and M.A. Dubson Coalescence and Percolation in Thin Metal Films Phys. Rev. B44, 13163-13166 (1991))
33. P.M. Duxbury, S.G. Kim and P.L. Leath Size effect and statistics of fracture in random materials Mat. Sci. and Eng. A176 , 25 (1994)
34. G. Jeffers, M.A. Dubson and P.M. Duxbury The island to percolation transition during growth of thin films J. Appl. Phys. 75, 5016 (1994)
35. P.M. Duxbury, M.A. Dubson, X. Yu and G. Jeffers Substrate Inhomogeneity and the growth morphology of thin films Europhys. letts. 26 , 601 (1994)
37. P.M. Duxbury and P.L. Leath Exactly solvable models of material breakdown Phys. Rev. B49, 12676 (1994)
40. P.M. Duxbury and P.L. Leath The failure probability and average strength of disordered systems Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 2805 (1994) 44. P.M. Duxbury, P.D. Beale and C. Moukarzel
Breakdown of two-phase random resistor networks Phys. Rev. B51, 3476 (1995)
45. X. Yu and P.M. Duxbury Kinetics of non-equilibrium shape change in gold clusters Phys. Rev. B52, 2102 (1995) 46. W. Selke and P.M. Duxbury
Equilibration of crystal surfaces Phys. Rev. B52, 17468 (1995)
47. C. Moukarzel and P.M. Duxbury Stressed backbone and elasticity of random central-force systems Phys. Rev. Lett. 75 , 4055 (1995). 48. M.J. Alava and P.M. Duxbury
Disorder-induced roughening in the three-dimensional Ising model Phys. Rev. B54 , 14990 (1996)
49. C. Moukarzel, P.M. Duxbury and P.L. Leath Infinite-cluster geometry in central-force percolation Phys. Rev. Lett. {\bf 78}, 1480 (1997)
50. C. Moukarzel, P.M. Duxbury and P.L. Leath First-order rigidity on Cayley trees Phys. Rev. E55 , 5800 (1997)
51. Dynamics of crystal surfaces and interfaces P.M. Duxbury and T.J. Pence eds. Proceedings of a conference in Traverse City Michigan, Plenum, New York (1997).
52. B. Blagojevic and P.M. Duxbury From atomic diffusion to step dynamics in ref. 51. (1997)
53. V. Raisanen, M. Alava, E. Seppala and P.M. Duxbury Quasistatic cracks and minimal energy surfaces Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 329 (1998)
54. S. Bastea and P.M. Duxbury Ground state structure of random magnets Phys. Rev. E58, 4261 (1998)
55. C. Moukarzel and P.M. Duxbury Comparison of connectivity and rigidity percolation In proceedings ``Rigidity theory and applications'' M.F. Thorpe and P.M. Duxbury eds., Plenum (1999).
56. C. Moukarzel and P.M. Duxbury Comparison of connectivity and rigidity percolation in two dimensions Phys. Rev. E59 , 2614 (1999).
57. P.M. Duxbury, D. Jacobs, M.F. Thorpe and C. Moukarzel, Floppy modes and the free energy: Rigidity and connectivity percolation on Bethe lattices Phys Rev. E59, 2084 (1999).
58. S. Bastea, A. Burkov, C. Moukarzel and P.M. Duxbury, Combinatorial optimisation methods in disordered systems Comm. Comp. Phys. in press
59. S. Bastea and P.M. Duxbury, Active clusters in disordered systems Phys. Rev. E60, 4961 (1999).
60. B. Blagojevic and P.M. Duxbury, Atomic diffusion, step relaxation and step fluctuations Phys. Rev. E60 , 1279 (1999).
61. P.M. Duxbury and R. Dobrin, Greedy algorithms in disordered systems Physica A270 , 263 (1999).
62. M.J. Alava, P.M. Duxbury, C. Moukarzel and H. Rieger, Exact combinatorial algorithms: Ground states of disordered systems Domb and Lebowitz series on Phase transitions and critical phenomena, Volume 18 (Academic press, 2001).
63. E.T. Seppala, M.J. Alava and P.M. Duxbury, A periodic elastic medium in which periodicity is relevant, Phys. Rev. E62, 3230 (2000).
64. E.T. Seppala, M.J. Alava and P.M. Duxbury, Intermittence and roughening of periodic elastic media, Phys. Rev. E in press.
65. E.T. Seppala, M.J. Alava and P.M. Duxbury, Extremal statistics in the energetics of domain walls, Phys. Rev. E in press.
66. P.M. Duxbury and J.H. Meinke, Ground state non-universality in the random-field-Ising model, preprint - at LANL server
67. R. Dobrin and P.M. Duxbury, Minimal spanning trees on random networks, Phys. Rev. Lett. in press