# Depinning exponents of the driven long-range elastic string

@article{Dmmer2007DepinningEO, title={Depinning exponents of the driven long-range elastic string}, author={Olaf D{\"u}mmer and Werner Krauth}, journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment}, year={2007}, volume={2007}, pages={P01019 - P01019} }

We perform a high-precision calculation of the critical exponents for the long-range elastic string driven through quenched disorder at the depinning transition, at zero temperature. Large-scale simulations avoid finite-size effects and improve accuracy. We explicitly demonstrate the equivalence of fixed-velocity and fixed-driving-force simulations. The roughness, growth, and velocity exponents are calculated independently, and the dynamic and correlation length exponents are derived. The…

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