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In mathematics and physics, a surface growth model is the dynamical study of growth of a surface, usually by means of a stochastic differential equation of a field. Popular growth models include:^{[1]}^{[2]}
 KPZ equation
 dimer model
 Eden growth model
 SOS model
 Selfavoiding walk
 Abelian sandpile model
 Kuramoto–Sivashinsky equation (or the flame equation, for studying the surface of a flame front)^{[3]}
They are studied for their fractal properties, scaling behavior, critical exponents, universality classes, and relations to chaos theory, dynamical system, nonequilibrium / disordered / complex systems.
Popular tools include statistical mechanics, renormalization group, rough path theory, etc.
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References
 ↑ Kardar. (2007). Statistical Physics of Fields. Cambridge University Press. OCLC 939869413. http://worldcat.org/oclc/939869413.
 ↑ Zee, Anthony (2010). Quantum Field Theory. Princeton University Press. ISBN 9781400835324.
 ↑ Wolchover, Natalie. "Machine Learning’s ‘Amazing’ Ability to Predict Chaos". https://www.quantamagazine.org/machinelearningsamazingabilitytopredictchaos20180418/.