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Spin glasses: Experimental facts, theoretical concepts, and open questions
This review summarizes recent developments in the theory of spin glasses, as well as pertinent experimental data. The most characteristic properties of spin glass systems are described, and related
Spin glasses and random fields
Experiments on the random field Ising model, D.B. Belanger beyond the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick model, C. de Dominicis non-equilibrium dynamics, J. Kurchan the vortex glass, D.J. Bishop and P. Gammel
Finite-size scaling above the upper critical dimension.
A unified view of finite-size scaling (FSS) in dimension d above the upper critical dimension is presented, for both free and periodic boundary conditions, and the exponent η describing power-law decay of correlations at criticality is unambiguously η=0.
The nature of attractors in an asymmetric spin glass with deterministic dynamics
The authors study the attractors in an infinite-range Ising spin-glass model with deterministic dynamics where the interactions have asymmetry, specified by a parameter k. They find a duality
Real space rescaling study of spin glass behaviour in three dimensions
The Edwards and Anderson model (1975) for spin glasses is investigated by a real space rescaling transformation on an S=1/2 Ising Hamiltonian with nearest-neighbour-only interactions in three
Quantum Spin Glasses
Ising spin glasses in a transverse field exhibit a zero temperature quantum phase transition, which is driven by quantum rather than thermal fluctuations. They constitute a universality class that is
Correlation length of the biquadratic spin-1 chain
Calcul de l'energie de l'etat fondamental et de la longueur de correlation de la chai←ne biquadratique antiferromagnetique de spin 1, ainsi que de l'energie d'excitation des deux plus bas etats. On
Universality in three-dimensional Ising spin glasses: A Monte Carlo study
We study universality in three-dimensional Ising spin glasses by large-scale Monte Carlo simulations of the Edwards-Anderson Ising spin glass for several choices of bond distributions, with
Monte Carlo simulations of spin glasses at low temperatures
We report the results of Monte Carlo simulations on several spin-glass models at low temperatures. By using the parallel tempering (exchange Monte Carlo) technique we are able to equilibrate down to