A generalization of Kubo formalism for hot-electron transport
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SubjectElectronic transport; Semiconductors; Fluctuations; Correlation functions; Monte Carlo method
We present a generalization of Kubo formalism to the case of far from equilibrium conditions, as obtained in semiconductors high field transport. Analytical formulae are found to be in excellent agreement with numerical simulations performed with an Ensemble Monte Carlo technique. © 1988.
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