# Absence of logarithmic divergence of the entanglement entropies at the phase transitions of a 2D classical hard rod model

@article{Chatelain2020AbsenceOL, title={Absence of logarithmic divergence of the entanglement entropies at the phase transitions of a 2D classical hard rod model}, author={Christophe Chatelain and A. Gendiar}, journal={The European Physical Journal B}, year={2020}, volume={93}, pages={1-15} }

Abstract Entanglement entropy is a powerful tool to detect continuous, discontinuous and even topological phase transitions in quantum as well as classical systems. In this work, von Neumann and Renyi entanglement entropies are studied numerically for classical lattice models in a square geometry. A cut is made from the center of the square to the midpoint of one of its edges, say the right edge. The entanglement entropies measure the entanglement between the left and right halves of the system… Expand

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