FINITE-SIZE SCALING IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL CONTINUUM PERCOLATION MODELS

@article{Nguyen1999FINITESIZESI,
  title={FINITE-SIZE SCALING IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL CONTINUUM PERCOLATION MODELS},
  author={V Lien Nguyen and Enrique Canessa},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters B},
  year={1999},
  volume={13},
  pages={577-583}
}
We test the universal finite-size scaling of the cluster mass order parameter in two-dimensional (2D) isotropic and directed continuum percolation models below the percolation threshold by computer simulations. We found that the simulation data in the 2D continuum models obey the same scaling expression of mass M to sample size L as generally accepted for isotropic lattice problems, but with a positive sign of the slope in the ln–ln plot of M versus L. Another interesting aspect of the finite… 
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