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Rare events and phase transitions in reaction-diffusion systems

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Mathematics and Physics of Anderson localization: 50 Years After

I shall discuss a way to evaluate tails of the probability distribution functions in stochastic reaction-diffusion systems. The method is based on the semi-classical treatment of a proper ``quantum’’ field theory, which may be associated with the reaction-diffusion models. The same set of ideas may be applied to a classification of non-equilibrium phase transitions, taking place in these models.

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