One-dimensional nonequilibrium kinetic Ising models with local spin symmetry breaking: N-component branching annihilating random-walk transition at zero branching rate.

Abstract

The effects of locally broken spin symmetry are investigated in one-dimensional nonequilibrium kinetic Ising systems via computer simulations and cluster-mean-field calculations. Besides a line of directed percolation transitions, a line of transitions belonging to N-component, two-offspring branching annihilating random-walk class (N-BARW2) is revealed in… (More)

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