A Classical WR Model with $$q$$q Particle Types

@article{Mazel2013ACW,
  title={A Classical WR Model with \$\$q\$\$q Particle Types},
  author={Alexander E. Mazel and Yuri M. Suhov and Izabella Stuhl},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={159},
  pages={1040-1086}
}
A version of the Widom–Rowlinson model is considered, where particles of $$q$$q types coexist, subject to pairwise hard-core exclusions. For $$q\le 4$$q≤4, in the case of large equal fugacities, we give a complete description of the pure phase picture based on the theory of dominant ground states. 

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