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Chaos and Turing Machines on Bidimensional Models at Zero Temperature

@inproceedings{Vedove2020ChaosAT,
  title={Chaos and Turing Machines on Bidimensional Models at Zero Temperature},
  author={Greg'orio Dalle Vedove},
  year={2020}
}
In equilibrium statistical mechanics or thermodynamics formalism one of the main objectives is to describe the behavior of families of equilibrium measures for a potential parametrized by the inverse temperature β. Here we consider equilibrium measures as the shift invariant measures that maximizes the pressure. Other constructions already prove the chaotic behavior of these measures when the system freezes, that is, when β Ñ `8. One of the most important examples was given by Chazottes and… 

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