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Breakdown of the Large Deviation Principle in an Integrable Magnet

@inproceedings{Krajnik2021BreakdownOT,
  title={Breakdown of the Large Deviation Principle in an Integrable Magnet},
  author={vZiga Krajnik and Enej Ilievski and Tomavz Prosen},
  year={2021}
}
We investigate typical and rare dynamical fluctuations of transferred magnetization in the onedimensional lattice Landau–Lifshitz magnet with uniaxial anisotropy, representing an emblematic model of interacting spins. We demonstrate that the structure of fluctuations in thermal equilibrium depends radically on the characteristic dynamical scale. In the ballistic regime, typical fluctuations are found to follow a normal distribution, with atypical fluctuations satisfying the large-deviation… Expand

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