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- C. R. Askew, D. B. Carpenter, J. T. Chalker, Anthony J. G. Hey, M. Moore, Denis A. Nicole +1 other
- Parallel Computing
- 1988

- J. T. Chalker
- 2009

1.1 Introduction This chapter is intended to give an introduction to the theory of thermal fluctuations and their consequences for static and dynamic correlations in geometrically frustrated antiferromagnets, focusing on the semiclassical limit, and to discuss how our theoretical understanding leads to an explanation of some of the main observed properties… (More)

- B. Mehlig, J. T. Chalker
- 2008

Statistical properties of eigenvectors in non-Hermitian random matrix ensembles are discussed, with an emphasis on correlations between left and right eigenvectors. Two approaches are described. One is an exact calculation for Ginibre's ensemble, in which each matrix element is an independent, identically distributed Gaussian complex random variable. The… (More)

- D K K Lee, J T Chalker
- 1993

A single model is presented which represents both of the two apparently unrelated localisation problems of the title. The phase diagram of this model is examined using scaling ideas and numerical simulations. It is argued that the localisation length in a spin-degenerate Landau level diverges at two distinct energies, with the same critical behaviour as in… (More)

We study spectral properties of the Fokker-Planck operator that describes particles diffusing in a quenched random velocity field. This random operator is non-Hermitian and has eigenvalues occupying a finite area in the complex plane. We calculate the eigenvalue density and averaged one-particle Green's function, compare our results with numerical… (More)

- Adam Nahum, P Serna, J T Chalker, M Ortuño, A M Somoza
- Physical review letters
- 2015

We show numerically that the "deconfined" quantum critical point between the Néel antiferromagnet and the columnar valence-bond solid, for a square lattice of spin 1/2, has an emergent SO(5) symmetry. This symmetry allows the Néel vector and the valence-bond solid order parameter to be rotated into each other. It is a remarkable (2+1)-dimensional analogue… (More)

- T E Saunders, J T Chalker
- Physical review letters
- 2007

We investigate the consequences for geometrically frustrated antiferromagnets of weak disorder in the strength of exchange interactions. Taking as a model the classical Heisenberg antiferromagnet with nearest neighbor exchange on the pyrochlore lattice, we examine low-temperature behavior. We show that spatial modulation of exchange generates long-range… (More)

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