# Hierarchical reference theory

**Hierarchical reference theory** was developed by Alberto Parola and Luciano Reatto ^{[1]}
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## References[edit]

- ↑ A. Parola and L. Reatto "Liquid-State Theory for Critical Phenomena", Physical Review Letters
**53**pp. 2417-2420 (1984) - ↑ A. Parola and L. Reatto "Hierarchical reference theory of fluids and the critical point", Physical Review A
**31**pp. 3309-3322 (1985) - ↑ A. Parola "A smooth cut-off formulation of the hierarchical reference theory of fluids", Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics
**19**pp. 5071-5076 (1986) - ↑ D. Pini, A. Parola and L. Reatto "Hierarchical reference theory of fluids: Application to three-dimensional Ising model", Journal of Statistical Physics
**72**pp. 1179-1201 (1993) - ↑ Alberto Parola and Luciano Reatto "Liquid state theories and critical phenomena", Advances in Physics
**44**pp. 211-298 (1995) - ↑ Alberto Parola, Davide Pini and Luciano Reatto "The smooth cut-off hierarchical reference theory of fluids", Molecular Physics
**107**pp. 503-522 (2009) - ↑ Alberto Parola and Luciano Reatto "Recent developments of the hierarchical reference theory of fluids and its relation to the renormalization group", Molecular Physics
**110**pp. 2859-2882 (2012)

- Related reading

- Jean-Pierre Hansen and I.R. McDonald "Theory of Simple Liquids" (Third Edition) Chapter 5: "Distribution-function Theories" § 5.7
- Johan S. Høye and Enrique Lomba "Analysis of the critical region of the hierarchical reference theory", Molecular Physics
**109**pp. 2773-2786 (2011) - Jean-Michel Caillol "Link between the hierarchical reference theory of liquids and a new version of the non-perturbative renormalization group in statistical field theory", Molecular Physics
**109**pp. 2813-2822 (2011)