Optimization problems and replica symmetry breaking in finite connectivity spin glasses

  title={Optimization problems and replica symmetry breaking in finite connectivity spin glasses},
  author={R{\'e}mi Monasson},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
  • R. Monasson
  • Published 9 July 1997
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Physics A
A formalism capable of handling the first step of hierarchical replica symmetry breaking (RSB) in finite-connectivity models is introduced. The emerging order parameter is claimed to be a probability distribution over the space of field distributions (or, equivalently magnetization distributions) inside the cluster of states. The approach is shown to coincide with previous works in the replica-symmetric case and in the two limiting cases m = 0 and 1 where m is Parisi's break point. As an… 

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