# Damage Spreading in a 2D Ising Model with Swendsen–Wang Dynamics

@article{Hinrichsen1998DamageSI, title={Damage Spreading in a 2D Ising Model with Swendsen–Wang Dynamics}, author={Haye Hinrichsen and Eytan Domany and Dietrich Stauffer}, journal={Journal of Statistical Physics}, year={1998}, volume={91}, pages={807-814} }

Damage spreading for Ising cluster dynamics is investigated numerically by using random numbers in a way that conforms with the notion of submitting the two evolving replicas to the same thermal noise. Two damage spreading transitions are found; damage does not spread either at low or high temperatures. We determine some critical exponents at the high-temperature transition point, which seem consistent with directed percolation.

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