We present in detail the scaling analysis and data collapse of avalanche distributions and joint distributions that characterize the recently evidenced critical behavior of the two-dimensional nonequilibrium zero-temperature random field Ising model. The distributions are collected in extensive simulations of systems with linear sizes up to L=131072.
We present a numerical analysis of spanning avalanches in a two-dimensional (2D) nonequilibrium zero-temperature random field Ising model. Finite-size scaling analysis, performed for distribution of the average number of spanning avalanches per single run, spanning avalanche size distribution, average size of spanning avalanche, and contribution of spanning… (More)
We give numerical evidence that the two-dimensional nonequilibrium zero-temperature random field Ising model exhibits critical behavior. Our findings are based on the results of scaling analysis and collapsing of data, obtained in extensive simulations of systems with sizes sufficiently large to clearly display the critical behavior.
We studied oscillatory behavior of critical amplitudes for the Gaussian model on a hierarchical structure presented by a modified Sierpinski gasket lattice. This model is known to display nonstandard critical behavior on the lattice under study. The leading singular behavior of the correlation length xi near the critical coupling K=K(c) is modulated by a… (More)