I've recently gotten interested in statistical physics. Notions derived from this area are frequently applied in learning theory and other areas of biology which are of interest to me.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm wondering if anyone knows of a good book or web resource for learning about statistical physics that would be appropriate for someone with my background.

I have almost no physics background at all. The only physics class that I ever took was a high school AP physics -mechanics class years ago.

My undergraduate degree was in mathematics and recently I've been putting a lot of time into studying stochastic dynamics (Ito calculus, stochastic PDEs etc).

Does anyone know of a book on statistical physics that I could learn from? I tend to have trouble reading physics books due to the extensive use of physics jargon with which I am unfamiliar.

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# Statistical physics

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