Inferring planar disorder in close-packed structures via epsilon-machine spectral reconstruction theory: structure and intrinsic computation in zinc sulfide.


We apply epsilon-machine spectral reconstruction theory to analyze structure and disorder in four previously published zinc sulfide diffraction spectra and contrast the results with the most common alternative theory, the fault model. In each case we find that the reconstructed epsilon-machine provides a more comprehensive and detailed understanding of the… (More)


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