Preface. The foundation of modelling. Essential crystallography and crystal dynamics. Electrons. Lattice-electron interaction. The Monte Carlo method. Simulation of bulk properties of solids. The field equation. Steady state simulation of devices. Alternating current, microwaves. Composite material devices. Ambipolar devices. Noise. Computers, scope of modelling. Appendix: Useful constants. References. List of symbols. Index.
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