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In this paper we investigate the relation between the scaling properties of the linear response function R(t,s), of the thermoremanent magnetization (TRM) and of the zero-field-cooled (ZFC) magnetization in the context of phase-ordering kinetics. We explain why the retrieval of the scaling properties of R(t,s) from those of TRM and ZFC magnetization is not(More)
We derive for Ising spins an off-equilibrium generalization of the fluctuation dissipation theorem, which is formally identical to the one previously obtained for soft spins with Langevin dynamics [L.F. Cugliandolo, J. Kurchan, and G. Parisi, J. Phys. I 4, 1641 (1994)]. The result is quite general and holds both for dynamics with conserved and nonconserved(More)
A unified derivation of the off-equilibrium fluctuation dissipation relations (FDRs) is given for Ising and continuous spins to arbitrary order, within the framework of Markovian stochastic dynamics. Knowledge of the FDRs allows one to develop zero field algorithms for the efficient numerical computation of the response functions. Two applications are(More)
The relationship between statics and dynamics proposed by Franz, Mezard, Parisi, and Peliti (FMPP) for slowly relaxing systems [Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 1758 (1998)] is investigated in the framework of nondisordered coarsening systems. Separating the bulk from interface response we find that for statics to be retrievable from dynamics the interface contribution(More)
The dynamics of a system quenched into a state with lamellar order and subject to an uniform shear flow is solved in the large-N limit. The description is based on the Brazovskii free energy and the evolution follows a convection-diffusion equation. Lamellas order preferentially with the normal along the vorticity direction. Typical lengths grow as gamma(More)
We use state-of-the-art molecular dynamics simulations to study hydrodynamic effects on aging during kinetics of phase separation in a fluid mixture. The domain growth law shows a crossover from a diffusive regime to a viscous hydrodynamic regime. There is a corresponding crossover in the autocorrelation function from a power-law behavior to an exponential(More)
A thorough numerical investigation of the slow dynamics in the d=1 random-field Ising model in the limit of an infinite ferromagnetic coupling is presented in this paper. Crossovers from the preasymptotic pure regime to the asymptotic Sinai regime are investigated for the average domain size, the autocorrelation function, and staggered magnetization. By(More)
We carry out a complete analysis of the schematic diffusive model recently introduced for the description of supercooled liquids and glassy systems above the glass temperature. The model is described by a trivial equilibrium measure and the presence of kinetics constraints is mimicked through a rapidly decreasing mobility at high particle density. The(More)
The basic features of the slow relaxation phenomenology arising in phase ordering processes are obtained analytically in the large-N model through the exact separation of the order parameter into the sum of thermal and condensation components. The aging contribution in the response function chi(ag)(t,t(w)) is found to obey a pattern of behavior, under(More)
We study numerically the phase-ordering kinetics following a temperature quench of the Ising model with single spin-flip dynamics on a class of graphs, including geometrical fractals and random fractals, such as the percolation cluster. For each structure we discuss the scaling properties and compute the dynamical exponents. We show that the exponent(More)