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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 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 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)

In order to check on a recent suggestion that local scale invariance [M. Henkel, Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 265701 (2001)] might hold when the dynamics is of Gaussian nature, we have carried out the measurement of the response function in the kinetic Ising model with Glauber dynamics quenched to T(C) in d=4, where Gaussian behavior is expected to apply, and in… (More)

Condensation of fluctuations is an interesting phenomenon conceptually distinct from condensation on average. One striking feature is that, contrary to what happens on average, condensation of fluctuations may occur even in the absence of interaction. The explanation emerges from the duality between large deviation events in the given system and typical… (More)

We study the nonconserved phase-ordering dynamics of the d=2,3 random-field Ising model, quenched to below the critical temperature. Motivated by the puzzling results of previous work in two and three dimensions, reporting a crossover from power-law to logarithmic growth, together with superuniversal behavior of the correlation function, we have undertaken… (More)

We study the phase-ordering kinetics of the one-dimensional Heisenberg model with conserved order parameter by means of scaling arguments and numerical simulations. We find a rich dynamical pattern with a regime characterized by two distinct growing lengths. Spins are found to be coplanar over regions of a typical size LV(t), while inside these regions… (More)

We study the phase-ordering kinetics following a quench to a final temperature Tf of the one-dimensional p-state clock model. We show the existence of a critical value pc=4, where the properties of the dynamics change. At Tf=0, for p<or=pc the dynamics is analogous to that of the kinetic Ising model, characterized by Brownian motion and annihilation of… (More)

The aging part Rag(t,s) of the impulsive response function of the two-dimensional ferromagnetic Ising model, quenched below the critical point, is studied numerically employing an algorithm without the imposition of the external field. We find that the simple scaling form Rag(t,s)=s-(1+a)f(t/s), which is usually believed to hold in the aging regime, is not… (More)

The off-equilibrium response function chi(t,t(w)) and autocorrelation function C(t,t(w)) of an Ising chain with spin-exchange dynamics are studied numerically and compared with the same quantities in the case of spin-flip dynamics. It is found that, even though these quantities are different in the two cases, the parametric plot of chi(t,t(w)) versus… (More)

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