# Multirange Ising model on the square lattice.

@article{doAmaral2020MultirangeIM, title={Multirange Ising model on the square lattice.}, author={Charles S. do Amaral and Bernardo N. B. de Lima and Ronald Dickman and Allbens Picardi Faria Atman}, journal={Physical review. E}, year={2020}, volume={101 5-1}, pages={ 052138 } }

## 2 Citations

### Multirange Ising model on the square lattice

- Physics
- 2020

We study the Ising model on the square lattice (Z^{2}) and show, via numerical simulation, that allowing interactions between spins separated by distances 1 and m (two ranges), the critical…

### Towards understanding dynamic design change propagation in complex product development via complex network approach

- Computer ScienceInt. J. Prod. Res.
- 2022

A basic framework to understand the dynamic design change propagation in CP development is provided and a new indicator is proposed to represent the robustness of the CP network, which is negatively related to β and positively related to γ.

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