Nonequilibrium dynamics of the three-dimensional Edwards-Anderson spin-glass model with Gaussian couplings: strong heterogeneities and the backbone picture

@article{Rom2016NonequilibriumDO,
  title={Nonequilibrium dynamics of the three-dimensional
Edwards-Anderson spin-glass model with Gaussian couplings: strong heterogeneities and the
backbone picture},
  author={Federico Rom{\'a} and Sebastian Bustingorry and Pablo M. Gleiser},
  journal={The European Physical Journal B},
  year={2016},
  volume={89},
  pages={1-12}
}
Abstract We numerically study the three-dimensional Edwards-Anderson model with Gaussian couplings, focusing on the heterogeneities arising in its nonequilibrium dynamics. Results are analyzed in terms of the backbone picture, which links strong dynamical heterogeneities to spatial heterogeneities emerging from the correlation of local rigidity of the bond network. Different two-times quantities as the flipping time distribution and the correlation and response functions, are evaluated over the… 
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