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  1. one of the fundamental theories of physics, and uses methods of statistics in solving physical problems

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  2. can describe a wide variety of fields with an inherently stochastic nature

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  3. Examples include problems involving nuclear reactions, and topics in the fields of biology, chemistry, neurology and even some social sciences such as sociology

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  4. " encompasses probabilistic and statistical approaches to classical mechanics and quantum mechanics. Statistical mechanics is then often used as a synonym

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  5. When the context requires a distinction, one uses the terms classical statistical mechanics and quantum statistical mechanics

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