Binomial Spin Glass.

@article{Vaezi2018BinomialSG,
  title={Binomial Spin Glass.},
  author={Mohammad-Sadegh Vaezi and Gerardo Rodr{\'i}guez Ort{\'i}z and Martin Weigel and Zohar Nussinov},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={121 8},
  pages={
          080601
        }
}
To establish a unified framework for studying both discrete and continuous coupling distributions, we introduce the binomial spin glass, a class of models where the couplings are sums of m identically distributed Bernoulli random variables. In the continuum limit m→∞, the class reduces to one with Gaussian couplings, while m=1 corresponds to the ±J spin glass. We demonstrate that for short-range Ising models on d-dimensional hypercubic lattices the ground-state entropy density for N spins is… 
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