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Gradient Gibbs measures of an SOS model with alternating magnetism on Cayley trees

@inproceedings{Ganikhodjaev2022GradientGM,
  title={Gradient Gibbs measures of an SOS model with alternating magnetism on Cayley trees},
  author={Nasir Ganikhodjaev and N. M. Khatamov and Utkir A. Rozikov},
  year={2022}
}
. The work is devoted to gradient Gibbs measures (GGMs) of a SOS model with countable set Z of spin values and having alternating magnetism on Cayley trees. This model is defined by a nearest-neighbor gradient interaction potential. Using Külske-Schriever argument, based on boundary law equations, we give several q -height-periodic translations invariant GGMs for q = 2 , 3 , 4 . 

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