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- Y P Zhao, J B Fortin, G Bonvallet, G C Wang, T M Lu
- Physical review letters
- 2000

The growth front roughness of linear poly( p-xylylene) films grown by vapor deposition polymerization has been investigated using atomic force microscopy. The interface width w increases as a power law of film thickness d, w approximately d(beta), with beta = 0. 25+/-0.03, and the lateral correlation length xi grows as xi approximately d(1/z), with 1/z =… (More)

- Jean-Yves Fortin
- 2008

We study the diffusion of a particle on a random lattice with fluctuating local connectivity of average value q. This model is a basic description of relaxation processes in random media with geometrical defects. We analyze here the asymptotic behavior of the eigenvalue distribution for the Laplacian operator. We found that the localized states outside the… (More)

- Maxime Clusel, Jean-Yves Fortin, Peter C W Holdsworth
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2004

Order parameter fluctuations for the two-dimensional Ising model in the region of the critical temperature are presented. A locus of temperatures T(*) (L) and a locus of magnetic fields B(*) (L) are identified, for which the probability density function is similar to that for the two-dimensional XY model in the spin wave approximation. The characteristics… (More)

- Segun Goh, Keumsook Lee, MooYoung Choi, Jean-Yves Fortin
- PloS one
- 2014

Social systems have recently attracted much attention, with attempts to understand social behavior with the aid of statistical mechanics applied to complex systems. Collective properties of such systems emerge from couplings between components, for example, individual persons, transportation nodes such as airports or subway stations, and administrative… (More)

- Jean-Yves Fortin
- 2005

We present in this article an exact study of a first order transition induced by an inhomogeneous boundary magnetic field in the 2D Ising model. From a previous analysis of the interfacial free energy in the discrete case (J. we identify, using an asymptotic expansion in the thermodynamic limit, the line of transition that separates the regime where the… (More)

- Jean-Yves Fortin
- 2004

In this article we present an alternative method to that developed by B. McCoy and T.T. Wu to obtain some exact results for the 2D Ising model with a general boundary magnetic field and for a finite size system. This method is a generalisation of ideas from V.N. Plechko presented for the 2D Ising model in zero field, based on the representation of the Ising… (More)

- Jean-Yves Fortin
- Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an…
- 2013

We present a method to analyze the magnetic properties of frustrated Ising spin models on specific hierarchical lattices with random dilution. Disorder is induced by dilution and geometrical frustration rather than randomness in the internal couplings of the original Hamiltonian. The two-dimensional model presented here possesses a macroscopic entropy at… (More)

- Junghyo Jo, Jean-Yves Fortin, M Y Choi
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2011

The Weibull function is widely used to describe skew distributions observed in nature. However, the origin of this ubiquity is not always obvious to explain. In the present paper, we consider the well-known Galton-Watson branching process describing simple replicative systems. The shape of the resulting distribution, about which little has been known, is… (More)

– We propose an interpretation of previous experiments and numerical experiments showing that, for a large class of systems, distributions of global quantities are similar to a distribution originally obtained for the magnetization in the 2D-XY model [1]. This approach, developed for the Ising model, is based on previous numerical observations [8]. We… (More)

- Maxime Clusel, Jean-Yves Fortin, Vladimir N. Plechko
- 2008

We use Grassmann algebra to study the phase transition in the two-dimensional ferromagnetic Blume-Capel model from a fermionic point of view. This model presents a phase diagram with a second order critical line which becomes first order through a tricritical point, and was used to model the phase transition in specific magnetic materials and liquid… (More)