Aging in the linear harmonic oscillator

@article{Bonilla1998AgingIT,
  title={Aging in the linear harmonic oscillator},
  author={L. Bonilla and F. Padilla and F. Ritort},
  journal={Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications},
  year={1998},
  volume={250},
  pages={315-326}
}
The low temperature Monte Carlo dynamics of an ensemble of linear harmonic oscillators shows some entropic barriers related to the difficulty of finding the directions in configurational space which decrease the energy. This mechanism is enough to observe some typical non-equilibrium features of glassy systems like activated-type behavior and aging in the correlation function and in the response function. Due to the absence of interactions the model only displays a one-step relaxation process. 
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