Comment on "Evidence of non-mean-field-like low-temperature behavior in the Edwards-Anderson spin-glass model".

@article{Billoire2013CommentO,
  title={Comment on "Evidence of non-mean-field-like low-temperature behavior in the Edwards-Anderson spin-glass model".},
  author={Alain Billoire and L A Fernandez and A Maiorano and E Marinari and V Martin-Mayor and G Parisi and Federico Ricci-Tersenghi and Juan Jesus Ruiz-Lorenzo and David Yllanes},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 21},
  pages={219701}
}
Reference [1] compares the low-temperature phase of the 3D Edwards-Anderson model (EA) to the SherringtonKirkpatrick model (SK), studying the overlap distributions PJ ðqÞ and concluding that the two models behave differently. A similar analysis using state-of-the-art, larger data sets for EA (generated with Janus [2] in [3]) and for SK (from [4]) leads to a very clear interpretation of the results of [1], showing that EA behaves as predicted by the replica symmetry breaking (RSB) theory… CONTINUE READING