**PUBLICATIONS OF C.M.
NEWMAN**

[1] "The inner product of path space measures
corresponding to random processes with independent increments", *Bull.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **78** (1972), 268-271.

[2] "Ultralocal
quantum field theory in terms of currents. I. The free
theory", *Commun**.** Math. Phys*. **26** (1972), 169-204.

[3] "On the orthogonality
of independent increment processes", *Topics in Probability Theory*
(D.W. Stroock and S.R.S. Varadhan, Eds.), Courant
Institute of Mathematical Sciences,

[4] "The construction of stationary
two-dimensional Markoff fields with an
application to quantum field theory", *J. Func.
Anal.***14** (1973), 44-61.

[5] "Nondiscrete
spins and the Lee-Yang Theorem", *Constructive Quantum Field Theory*
(G. Velo and A.S. Wightman, Eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, 1973, 321-325.

[6] "Zeros of the partition function for
generalized Ising systems", *Commun**.
Pure Appl. Math ***27** (1974), 143-159.

[7] "Infinite volume asymptotics
in P(f )_{2} field
theory", A. Lenard and C.M. Newman *, Commun. Math. Phys ***39**
(1974), 243-250.

[8]. "Inequalities for Ising models and field theories which obey the Lee-Yang
theorem", *Commun**. Math.
Phys*. **41** (1975), 1-9.

[9] "An extension of Khintchine's
inequality", *Bull. Amer. Math. Soc*. **81** (1975), 913-915.

[10] "Moment inequalities for
ferromagnetic Gibbs distributions", *J. Math. Phys*. **16**
(1975), 1956-1959.

[11]. "Norms of random matrices",
G. Bennett, V. Goodman, and C.M. Newman, *Pacific J. Math.* **59**
(1975), 359-365.

[12] "Multicomponent
field theories and classical rotators", F. Dunlop and C.M. Newman *,** Commun. Math. Phys*. **44** (1975), 223-235.

[13] "Gaussian correlation inequalities
for ferromagnets", *Z. fur Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie
***33** (1975), 75-93.

[14] "The GHS and other correlation
inequalities for a class of even ferromagnets",
R.S. Ellis, J.L. Monroe, and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.
Math. Phys*. **46** (1976), 167-182.

[15] "Classifying general Ising models", *Les Methodes
Mathematiques de la Theorie
Quantique des Champs*, C.N.R.S.,

[16] "Necessary and sufficient conditions
for the GHS inequality with applications to analysis and probability",
R.S. Ellis and C.M. Newman, *Trans. Amer. Math. Soc*. **237** (1978),
83-99,

[17] "Fourier transforms with only real
zeros", *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.* **61** (1976), 245-251.

[18] "Rigorous results for general Ising ferromagnets", *J.
Stat. Phys*. **15** (1976), 399-406.

[19] "On uncomplemented
subspaces of L_{p},1 < p < 2", G. Bennett, L.E. Dor, V. Goodman, W.B. Johnson and C.M. Newman, *Israel J.
Math*., **26** (1977), 178-187.

[20] "Quantum mechanical soft springs
and reverse correlation inequalities", R.S. Ellis and C. M. Newman, *J.
Math. Phys*. **17** (1976), 1682-1683.

[21] "Metastability
and the analytic continuation of eigenvalues",
C.M. Newman and L.S. Schulman, *J. Math. Phys.***18** (1977), 23-30.

[22] "Extensions of the maximum
principle: exponential preservation by the heat equation", R.S. Ellis and
C.M. Newman, *J. **Di**ff. Eqns*., **30** (1978), 365-379

[23] "Limit theorem for sums of
dependent random variables occurring in statistical mechanics", R.S. Ellis
and C.M. Newman, *Z. fur Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie,
***44** (1978), 117-139.

[24] "Optimal sampling of independent
increment processes", C.M. Newman and B. Stuck, *Stochastics*
**2** (1979), 213-225.

[25] "Fluctuationes
in Curie-Weiss Exemplis", R.S. Ellis and C.M.
Newman, *Mathematical Problems in Theoretical Physics* (G. Dell'Antonio, S. Doplicher and G.
Jona-Lasinio, Eds.), Springer-Verlag,
Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, 1978, 313-324.

[26] "Chernoff
bounds for discriminating between two Markov processes", C.M. Newman and
B. Stuck, *Stochastics** ***2** (1979),
139-153.

[27] "The statistics of Curie-Weiss
models", C.M. Newman and R.S. Ellis, *J. Stat. Phys*. **19**
(1978), 149-161.

[28] "Limit theorems for sums of
dependent random variables occurring in statistical mechanics, II:
conditioning, multiple phases, and metastability",
R.S. Ellis, C.M. Newman, and J.S. Rosen, *Z. fur Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie*
**51** (1980), 153-169.

[29] "Critical point inequalities and
scaling limits", *Commun**. Math. Phys*. **66** (1979), 181-196.

[30] "Normal fluctuations and the FKG
inequalities", *Commun**. Math. Phys*. **74** (1980), 119-128.

[31] "Complex free energies and metastable lifetimes", C.M. Newman and L.S. Schulman, *J.
Stat. Phys*. **23** (1980), 131-148.

[32] "Short distance scaling and the
maximal degree of a field theory", *Phys. Lett*.
**83B** (1979), 63-66.

[33] "An invariance principle for
certain dependent sequences", C.M. Newman and A.L. Wright, *Ann. Prob*.
**9** (1981), 671-675.

[34] "Infinite clusters in percolation
models", C.M. Newman and L.S. Schulman, *J. Stat. Phys*. **26**
(1981), 613-628.

[35] "Number and density of percolating
clusters", C.M. Newman and L.S. Schulman, *J. Phys*. **A14**
(1981), 1735-1743.

[36] "Associated random variables and
martingale inequalities", C.M. Newman and A.L. Wright, *Z. fur Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie ***59** (1982), 361-371.

[37] "Critical point dominance in one
dimension", *Commun**. Math.
Phys*. **79** (1981), 133-140.

[38] "Self-similar random fields in
mathematical physics*", Measure Theory and its Applications, Proceedingsof the 1980 Conference* (G.A. Goldin and R.F. Wheeler, Eds.), Northern Illinois
University, DeKalb, 1981, 93-119.

[39] "The GHS inequality for large
external field", R.S. Ellis, C.M. Newman, and M.R. O'Connell*, J. Stat.
Phys*. **26** (1981), 37-51.

[40] "Asymptotic symmetry: Enhancement
and stability", C.M. Newman and L.S. Schulman, *Phys. Rev.* **B26**
(1982), 3910-3914.

[41] "Fokker-Planck equations",
C.M. Newman, and R.N. Bhattacharya*, Encylclopedia
of Statistical Sciences* Vol. **3** (S. Kotz,
N.L. Johnson and C.B. Read, Eds.), Wiley,

[42] "Nearest neighbors and Voronoi regions in certain point processes", C.M.
Newman, Y. Rinott and A. Tversky,
*Adv. Appl Prob*. **15** (1983), 726-751.

[43] "A general central limit theorem
for FKG systems", *Commun**. Math. Phys*. **91** (1983), 75-80.

[44] "A perturbation expansion for
diffusion in a random velocity field", L. Winter, C.M. Newman and S. *SIAM** J.* *Appl**. Math*. **44** (1984), 411-424.

[45] "Asymptotic independence and limit theorems
for positively and negatively dependent random variables", *Inequalities
in Statistics and Probability* (Y.L. Tong, Ed.), *I.M.S. Lecture
Notes-Monograph Series* Vol. **5**, 1984, 127-140.

[46] "The stability of large random
matrices and their products", J.E. Cohen and C.M. Newman, *Ann. Prob*.
**12** (1984), 283-310.

[47] "Nearest neighbor analysis of point
processes: applications to multidimensional scaling", A. Tversky, Y. Rinott and C.M.
Newman, *J. Math. Psych*. **27** (1983), 235-250.

[48] "Approaching consensus can be
delicate when positions harden", J.E. Cohen, J. Hajnal,
and C.M. Newman, *Stoch**. Processes and Appl*. **22** (1986), 315-322.

[49] "When will a large complex system
be stable?", J.E. Cohen and C.M. Newman, *J. Theor. Biology* **113** (1985), 153-156.

[50] "Stochastic theory of field-scale Fickian dispersion in anisotropic porous media", S. Neuman, L. Winter and C.M. Newman, *Water Resources
Research* **23** (1987), 453-466.

[51] "The metastable
behavior of infrequently observed, weakly random, one-dimensional diffusion
processes", C. Kipnis and C.M. *SIAM** J. Appl. Math*. **45** (1985), 972-982.

[52] "Tree graph inequalities and
critical behavior in percolation models", M. Aizenman
and C.M. Newman, *J. Stat. Phys.***36** (1984), 107-143.

[53] "Nearest neighbors and Voronoi volumes in high dimensional point processes with
various distance functions", C.M. Newman and Y. Rinott,
*Adv. Appl Prob*. **17** (1985), 794-809.

[54] "A stochastic theory of community
food webs: I. Models and aggregated data", J. E. Cohen and C.M. Newman, *Proc.
Royal Soc. London* **B224** (1985), 421-448.

[55] "A stochastic theory of community
food webs: II. Individual webs", J.E. Cohen, C.M. Newman and F. Briand, *Proc. Royal. Soc. London* **B224** (1985),
449-461.

[56] "The distribution of Lyapunov exponents: exact results for random
matrices", *Commun**. Math.
Phys*. **103** (1986), 121-126.

[57] "One dimensional 1/|j – i |^{s} percolation models: the existence of a
transition for s
≤
2", C.M. Newman and L.S. Schulman, *Commun**.
Math. Phys*. **104** (1986), 541-571.

[58] "Discontinuity of the percolation
density in one-dimensional 1/|x -y| ^{2} percolation models", M. Aizenman and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.
Math. Phys*. 107 (1986), 611-647.

[59] "The stochastic geometry of
invasion percolation", J. Chayes, L. Chayes, and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.
Math. Phys*. **101** (1985), 383-407.

[60] "Neo-darwinian
evolution implies punctuated equilibria", C.M.
Newman, J.E. Cohen and C. Kipnis, *Nature ***315**
(1985), 400-401.

[61] *Random** Matrices and Their Applications* (J.E. Cohen, H. Kesten,
and C.M. Newman, Eds*.), *AMS series in *Contemporary Mathematics *Vol.
50, 1986.

[62] "A stochastic theory of community
food webs: III. Theory and data for food chain lengths in
moderate webs", J.E. Cohen, F. Briand and C.M.
Newman, *Proc. Royal Soc. London* **B228** (1986), 317-353.

[63] "A stochastic theory of community
food webs: IV. Theory of food chain lengths in large
webs", C.M. Newman and J.E. Cohen, *Proc. Royal Soc. London ***B228**
(1986), 355-377.

[64] "Infinite chains and clusters in
one dimensional directed and undirected percolation", C.M. Newman and L.S.
Schulman, *Particle Systems, Random Media and Large Deviations, *(R. Durrett, Ed.), AMS Series in *Contemporary Mathematics*
Vol. 41**,** 1985, 297-313.

[65] "Lyapunov
exponents for some products of random matrices: exact expressions and
asymptotic distributions", *Random Matrices and Their Applications*
(J.E. Cohen, H. Kesten and C.M. Newman, Eds.), AMS
Series in* Contemporary Mathematics* Vol. 50, 1986, 121-141.

[66] "The trapping transition in dynamic
(invasion) and static percolation", M. Pokorny,
C.M. Newman and D. Meiron, *J. Phys. A* **23**
(1990), 1431-1438.

[67] "Bernoulli percolation above
threshold: an invasion percolation analysis", J. Chayes,
L. Chayes, and C. M. Newman, *Ann. Prob*. **15 **(1987),
1272-1287.

[68] "Discontinuity of the magnetization
in one-dimensional 1/|x -y| ^{2} Ising and
Potts models", M. Aizenman, J. Chayes, L. Chayes, and C.M.
Newman, *J. Stat. Phys*. **50** (1988), 1-40.

[69] "Host-parasite relations and random
zero-sum games: the stabilizing effect of strategy diversification", J.E.
Cohen and C.M. Newman, *Amer. Naturalist* **133** (1989), 533-552.

[70] "Uniqueness of the infinite cluster
and continuity of connectivity functions for short and long range
percolation", M. Aizenman, H. Kesten, and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.
Math. Phys*. **111** (1987), 505-531.

[71] "An intermediate phase with slow
decay of correlations in one dimensional 1/|x- y| ^{2} percolation, Ising and Potts models", J. Imbrie
and C.M. Newman, *Commun**. Math.
Phys*. **118** (1988), 303-336.

[72] "Inequalities for g and related critical exponents in short and long range
percolation", *Percolation Theory and Ergodic
Theory of Infinite Particle Systems *(H. Kesten,
Ed.), IMA Volumes in* Mathematics
and its Applications* Vol. **8**, Springer-Verlag,
Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, (1987), 229-244.

[73] "Decomposition of binary random
fields and zeros of partition functions", *Ann. Prob*. **15**
(1987), 1126-1130.

[74] "Some critical exponent
inequalities for percolation, *J. Stat. Phys*. **45** (1986), 359-368.

[75] "Uniqueness of the infinite cluster
and related results in percolation", M. Aizenman,
H. Kesten, and C. M. Newman, *Percolation Theory
and Ergodic Theory of Infinite Particle Systems*
(H. Kesten, Ed.), IMA Volumes in* Mathematics and
its Applications* Vol. **8**, Springer-Verlag,
Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, 1987, 13-20

[76] "Percolation theory: a selective
survey of rigorous results*", Advances in Multiphase Flow and Related
Problems* (G. Papanicolaou, Ed.),

[77] "Another critical exponent
inequality for percolation:
β
≥
2/
δ
", *J. Stat. Phys*. **47** (1987),
695-699.

[78] "The phase boundary in dilute and
random Ising and Potts ferromagnets",
M. Aizenman, J.T. Chayes,
L. Chayes and C.M. Newman, *J. Phys. A. Lett*. **20** (1987), L313-L318.

[79] "The GHS inequality and the Riemann
hypothesis", *Constructive Approx*. **7** (1991), 389-399.

[80] "Decomposition of Ising models and the Mayer expansion", C.M. Newman and
G.A. Baker, Jr., *Ideas and Methods in Quantum and Statistical Physics *(S.
Albeverio, J.E. Fensted, H.
Holden and T. Lindstrom, Eds.), Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 1992,
494-511.

[81] *Community Food Webs: Data and Theory*,
J.E. Cohen, F. Briand and C.M. Newman, *Biomathematics*
Vol. **20**, Springer-Verlag,
Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, 1990.

[82] "Memory capacity in neural network
models: rigorous lower bounds",* Neural Networks* **1** (1988),
223-238.

[83] "Dynamic renormalization and
continuity of the percolation transition in orthants",
D.J. Barsky, G.R. Grimmett,
and C.M. Newman, *Spatial Stochastic Processes* (K.S. Alexander and J.C.
Watkins, Eds.), Birkhäuser, Boston-Basel-Berlin,
1991, 37-55

[84] "Wetting in a three dimensional
system: an exact solution", D.B. Abraham and C.M. Newman, *Phys. Rev. Lett*. **61** (1988), 1969-1972.

[85] "Percolation in
∞
+1 dimensions", G.R. Grimmett and C.M.
Newman, *Disorder in Physical Systems* (G.R. Grimmett
and D.J.A. Welsh, Eds.), Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1990, 167-190.

[86] "Dynamic basis of food web
organization", J.E. Cohen and C.M. Newman, *Ecology* **69**
(1988), 1655-1664.

[87] "Percolation in half spaces:
equality of critical densities and continuity of the percolation
probability", D.J. Barsky, G.R. Grimmett, and C.M. Newman, *Probab**.
Theory and Related Fields ***90** (1991), 111-148.

[88] "The 1/r^{2} phase
transition: a review"*, Proceedings of the IXth
International Congress on Mathematical Physics* (B. Simon, A. Truman and
I.M. Davies, Eds.), Adam Hilger, Bristol, 1989,
377-379.

[89] "Ising
Models and Dependent Percolation", *Topics in Statistical Dependence*
(H.W. Block, A.R. Sampson and T.H. Savits, Eds.), *IMS
Lecture Notes-Monograph Series*, Vol. **16**, 1991, 395-401.

[90] "Surfaces and Peierls
contours: 3-d wetting and 2-d Ising
percolation", D.B. Abraham and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.
Math. Phys*. **125** (1989), 181-200.

[91] "Broken symmetry and domain
structure in Ising-like systems", C.M. Newman
and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **65**
(1990), 460-463.

[92] "Topics in percolation", *Mathematics
of Random Media *(W. Kohler and B. White, Eds.), *Lectures in Applied
Mathematics*, Vol. **27**, Amer. Math. Soc.,

[93] "Uniqueness of the infinite
component in a random graph with applications to percolation and spin
glasses", A. Gandolfi, M. Keane, and C.M.
Newman, *Probab**. Theory and Related Fields ***92**
(1992), 511-527.

[94] "Markov fields on branching
planes", C.M. Newman and C.C. Wu, *Probab**.
Theory and Related Fields ***85** (1990), 539-552.

[95] "Stochastic structure and nonlinear
dynamics of food webs: qualitative stability in a Lotka-Volterra
cascade model", J.E. Cohen, T. Luczak, C.M.
Newman and Z.-M. Zhou, *Proc. Royal Soc. London* **B240** (1990),
607-627.

[96] "The magnetization-energy scaling
limit in high dimension", J. De Coninck and C.M. Newman, *J.*
*Stat. Phys*. **59** (1990), 1451-1467.

[97] "Remarks on a random surface",
D.B. Abraham and C.M. Newman, *Stochastic Orders and Decision under Risk*
(K. Mosler and M.S. Scarsini,
Eds.), *IMS Lecture Notes-Monograph Series*, Vol. **19**, 1991, 1-6

[98] "Convergence of the sum of
reciprocal renewal times", *Stat. Prob. Lett*.**
10** (1990), 185-187.

[99] "Recent exact results on
wetting", D.B. Abraham and C.M. Newman, in *Wetting Phenomena* (J. De
Coninck and F.
Dunlop, Eds.), *Lecture Notes in Physics* Vol. **354**, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, 1990, 13-21.

[100] "The triangle
law for Lyapunov exponents of large random
matrices", M. Isopi and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.** Math. Phys*. **143** (1992), 591-598.

[101] "Community area and food chain
length: theoretical predictions", J.E. Cohen and C.M. Newman, *Amer.
Naturalist ***138** (1991), 1542-1554.

[102] "Chain lengths
in certain random directed graphs", *Random Structures and Algorithms ***3
**(1992), 243-253.

[103] "Multiple states and thermodynamic
limits in short-ranged Ising spin glass
models", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev*. *B***46** (1992),
973-982.

[104] "The wetting
transition in a random surface model", D.B. Abraham and C.M. Newman,* J.
Stat. Phys.*** 63** (1991), 1097-1111.

[105] "Broken symmetry
and domain structure", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Mod.** Physics Lett.
B* **5** (1991), 621-623.

[106] "Exotic states
in long range spin glasses", A. Gandolfi, C.M.
Newman, and D.L. Stein, *Commun**.** Math. Phys.* **157** (1993), 371-387.

[107] "Percolation methods for
disordered quantum Ising models", M. Aizenman, A. Klein and C.M. Newman, *Phase Transitions:
Mathematics, Physics, Biology,… *(R. Kotecky, Ed.), World
Scientific,

[108] "First-passage
percolation for random colorings of **Z**^{d}",
L. Fontes and C.M. Newman*, Ann. Applied Prob*. **3** (1993), 746-762. [correction: **4** (1994),
254.]

[109] "Speed of parallel processing for
random task graphs", M. Isopi and C.M. Newman, *Commun**.
Pure Appl. Math.* **47** (1994), 361-376.

[110] "Chaotic size dependence in spin
glasses", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein *, Cellular Automata and Cooperative
Systems* (N. Boccara, E. Goles,
S. Martinez and P. Picco, Eds.), Kluwer,
Dordrecht, 1993, 525-529.

[111] "The distribution of Lyapunov exponents for large random matrices", M.
Isopi and C.M. Newman, *Cellular Automata and Cooperative Systems* (N. Boccara, E. Goles, S. Martinez
and P. Picco, Eds.), Kluwer,
Dordrecht, 1993, 289-298.

[112] "Divergence of
shape fluctuations in two dimensions", C.M. Newman and M.S.T. Piza*, Annals of Probability* **23** (1995),
977-1005. ["correction'': **23**(1995),
2057.]

[113] "Disordered Ising systems and random cluster representations", *Probability
and Phase Transition* (G. Grimmett, Ed.), Kluwer,

[114] "Spin-glass
model with dimension-dependent ground state multiplicity", C.M. Newman and
D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett*. **72** (1994), 2286-2289.

[115] "Random walk in
a strongly inhomogeneous environment and invasion percolation", C.M.
Newman and D.L. Stein, *Ann. Inst. H. Poincare* **31**
(1995), 249-261.

[116] "A surface view
of first-passage percolation*", Proceedings of the International
Congress of Mathematicians* 1994 Vol. II (S.D. Chatterji,
Ed.), Birkhäuser, Basel-Boston-Berlin, 1995,
1017-1023.

[117] "Broken ergodicity and the geometry of rugged landscapes",
D.L. Stein and C.M. Newman*, Phys. Rev. E* **51** (1995), 5228-5238.

[118] "Surface deconstruction and
roughening in the multi-ziggurat model of wetting", D.B. Abraham, L.
Fontes, C.M. Newman and M.S.T. Piza, *Phys. Rev. E*
**52** (1995), R1257-R1260.

[119] "Persistent survival of
one-dimensional contact processes in random environments", C.M. Newman and
S.B. Volchan , *Ann. Prob*. **24** (1996), 411-421.

[120] "Geodesics in
two-dimensional first-passage percolation", C. Licea
and C.M. Newman, *Ann. Prob*. **24** (1996), 399-410.

[121] "Ground state structure in a highly
disordered spin glass model", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein
*,** J. Stat. Phys***. 82** (1996), 1113-1132.

[122] "Non-mean-field
behavior of realistic spin glasses", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **76** (1996), 515-518.

[123] "Superdiffusivity in first-passage percolation", C. Licea, C.M. Newman and M.S.T. Piza,
*Probab**.** Theory and Related Fields ***106** (1996),
559-591.

[124] "Spatial inhomogeneity and thermodynamic chaos", C.M. Newman
and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett*. **76** (1996), 4821-4824.

[125] "Percolation and contact processes
with low-dimensional inhomogeneity", C.M. Newman
and C.C. Wu, *Ann. Prob*. **25** (1997), 1832-1845.

[126] "Surface
pressure in SOS models", J. De Coninck, S. Limbourg and C.M. Newman*, Thin Solid Films* **244**
(1994), 819-823.

[127] "Euclidean models of first-passage
percolation", C.D. Howard and C.M. Newman *,**
Probab. Theory and Related Fields* **108**
(1997), 153-170.

[128] *Topics in **Di**sordered Systems*, Birkhäuser,
Basel-Boston-Berlin, 1997.

[129] "Thermodynamic chaos and the
structure of short-range spin glasses", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Mathematical
Aspects of Spin Glasses and Neural Networks* (A. Bovier
and P. Picco, Eds.), Birkhäuser,
Boston-Basel-Berlin, 1998, 243-287.

[130] "Metastate approach to thermodynamic chaos", C.M. Newman
and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. E* **55 **(1997), 5194-5211.

[131] "Spectral mimicry: a method of
synthesizing matching time series with different Fourier spectra", J.E.
Cohen, C.M. Newman, A.E. Cohen, O.L. Petchey and A.
Gonzalez*, Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing ***18** (1999),
425-437.

[132] "Geodesics and
spanning trees for Euclidean first-passage percolation", C. D. Howard and
C.M. Newman, *Ann. Prob*. **29 **(2001), 577-623.

[133] "Scaling limits for minimal and
random spanning trees in two dimensions", M. Aizenman,
A. Burchard, C.M. Newman, and D.B. Wilson, *Random
Structures and Algorithms* **15** (1999), 319-367.

[134] "Chaotic time
dependence in a disordered spin system", M. Isopi, L.R. Fontes, and C.M.
Newman, *Probab**.** Theory and Related Fields ***115** (1999),
417-443.

[135] "Short-range spin glasses: a
status report", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein ,* XIIth Inter. Cong. Math. Physics ICMP '97 (D. De Wit, A.J. Bracken, M.D. Gould and P.A.
Pearce, Eds.), International Press, *

[136] "Blocking and persistence in the
zero-temperature dynamics of homogeneous and disordered Ising models", C.M. Newman and D.L.
Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett*. **82** (1999),
3944-3947.

[137] "Simplicity of
state and overlap structure in finite-volume realistic spin glasses", C.M.
Newman and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. E ***57** (1998), 1356-1366.

[138] "Random nearest
neighbor and influence graphs on **Z**^{d}",
S. Nanda and C.M. Newman, *Random Structures and
Algorithms* **15** (1999), 262-278.

[139] "Metastable states in spin glasses and disordered ferromagnets", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Phys.
Rev. E* **60** (1999), 5244-5260.

[140] "Equilibrium
pure states and nonequilibrium chaos", C.M.
Newman and D.L. Stein, *J. Stat. Phys*. **94** (1999), 709-722.

[141] "From greedy
lattice animals to Euclidean first-passage percolation", C.D. Howard and
C.M. Newman, *Perplexing Problems in Probability* (M. Bramson
and R. Durrett, Eds.), Birkhäuser,

[142] "Dynamics of Ising
spin systems at zero temperature", S. Nanda,
C.M. Newman, and D.L. Stein, *On Dobrushin's Way. From Probability Theory to Statistical Physics (R. Minlos, S. Shlosman and Y. Suhov, Eds.),
Amer. Math.* Soc. Transl. (2) **198**
(2000), 183-194.

[143]
"Zero-temperature dynamics of ±J spin glasses and related models", A.
Gandolfi, C.M. Newman, and D.L. Stein, *Commun**.** Math. Phys*. **214** (2000), 373-387.

[144] "Zero-temperature dynamics of Ising spin systems following a deep quench: results and
open problems", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Physica**
A* **279** (2000), 159-168.

[145] "Nature of
ground state incongruence in two-dimensional spin glasses", C.M. Newman
and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett*. **84** (2000), 3966-3969.

[146] "Random walks with strongly
inhomogeneous rates and singular diffusion: convergence, localization and aging
in one dimension", L.R. Fontes, M. Isopi, and C.M. Newman, *Ann. Prob*.,
**30** (2002), 579-604.

[147] "Are there incongruent ground
states in 2D Edwards-Anderson spin glasses?",
C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Commun**. Math
Phys., ***224** (2001),
205-218.

[148] "Realistic spin glases below eight dimensions: a highly disordered
view", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. *E **63** (2001), 016101 [9pp.].

[149] "Interfaces and
the question of regional congruence in spin glasses", C.M. Newman and D.L.
Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett.** ***87** (2001), 077201 [4pp.]

[150] "The Brownian web",
L.R. Fontes, M. Isopi, C.M. Newman and K. Ravishankar,
*Proc. Nat. Acad. Sciences ***99**
(2002), 15894-15897.

[151] "The
percolation transition for the zero-temperature stochastic Ising
model on the hexagonal lattice",
C.D. Howard and C.M. Newman, *J. Stat. Phys. ***111*** *(2003),
57-62.

[152] “Aging
in 1*D* discrete spin models and
equivalent systems”, L.R. Fontes, M. Isopi, C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett.** ***87** (2001), 110201[4pp.].

[153] "The
state(s) of replica symmetry breaking: mean-field theories vs. short-range spin
glasses", C.M. Newman and D.L. Stein, *J. Stat. Phys.* **106 **(2002), 213-244.

[154] "Clusters
and recurrence in the two-dimensional zero-temperature stochastic Ising model",
F. Camia, E. De Santis and C.M. Newman, *Ann. Appl.
Prob. ***12** (2002), 565-580.

[155] "Approach
to fixation for zero-temperature stochastic Ising
models on the hexagonal lattice" F. Camia, C.M. Newman and V. Sidoravicius, *In and Out of Equilibrium: Probability with
a Physics Flavor* (V. Sidoravicius, Ed.), Birkhäuser,

[156] "Convergence
in energy-lowering (disordered) stochastic spin systems", E. De Santis and
C. M. Newman, *J. Stat. Phys.* **110**
(2003), 431-442.

[157] "Ordering
and broken symmetry in short-ranged spin glasses", C.M. Newman and D.L.
Stein, *J. Phys.: Condens. Matter
15 (2003) R1319-R1364.*

[158] "Cardy's formula for some dependent percolation
models", F. Camia, C.M. Newman and V. Sidoravicius,
*Bull. Brazilian Math. Soc. * **33** (2002), 147-156.

[159]
"Nonrealistic behavior of mean field spin glasses", C.M. Newman and
D.L. Stein, *Phys. Rev. Lett.** ***91** (2003), 197205 [4pp.].

[160] "A
particular bit of universality: scaling limits of some dependent percolation
models", F. Camia, C.M. Newman and V. Sidoravicius,
*Commun**. Math Phys.,
to appear (math.PR/0308112).*

[161] "The
Brownian web: Characterization and convergence", L.R. Fontes, M. Isopi,
C.M. Newman and K. Ravishankar, *Ann. Prob., *to
appear (math.PR/0304119).

[162] "Brownian motion and the
classical groups", A. D'Aristotile, P. *Probability, Statistics and Their
Applications: Papers in Honor of Rabi Bhattacharya* (K. Athreya, M. Majumdar, M. Puri and E. Waymire, Eds.), IMS
Lecture Notes-Monograph Series Vol. **41**,
2003, 97-116.

[163] “The percolation transition in
the zero-temperature Domany model”, F. Camia and C.M. Newman, *J. Stat. Phys., * to appear (math.PR/0308124).

[164] “Coarsening, nucleation, and the
marked Brownian web”, L.R. Fontes, M. Isopi, C.M. Newman and K. Ravishankar, in preparation.

[165] “Finite-dimensional spin
glasses: states, excitations, and interfaces”, C.M. Newman and D.L.
Stein, *Proceedings of TH-2002
(International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Paris 2002*), to appear.

[166] Continuum nonsimple loops and 2*D*
critical percolation”, F. Camia and C.M. Newman, *J. Stat. Phys.,** *to appear (math.PR/0308122).