MEAN-FIELD SPIN GLASS MODELS FROM THE CAVITY-ROST PERSPECTIVE

@article{Aizenman2006MEANFIELDSG,
  title={MEAN-FIELD SPIN GLASS MODELS FROM THE CAVITY-ROST PERSPECTIVE},
  author={Michael Aizenman and Robert Sims and Shannon L. Starr},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2006}
}
The Sherrington-Kirkpatrick spin glass model has been studied as a source of insight into the statistical mechanics of systems with hi ghly diversified collections of competing low energy states. The goal of this summary is to present some of the ideas which have emerged in the mathematical study of its free energy. In particular, we high- light the perspective of the cavity dynamics, and the relate d variational principle. These are expressed in terms of Random Overlap Structures (ROSt), which… 
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