Order-parameter critical exponent of absorbing phase transitions in one-dimensional systems with two symmetric absorbing states.

@article{Park2020OrderparameterCE,
  title={Order-parameter critical exponent of absorbing phase transitions in one-dimensional systems with two symmetric absorbing states.},
  author={Su-Chan Park},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2020},
  volume={101 5-1},
  pages={
          052114
        }
}
  • Su-Chan Park
  • Published 8 February 2020
  • Mathematics
  • Physical review. E
Via extensive Monte Carlo simulations along with systematic analyses of corrections to scaling, we estimate the order parameter critical exponent β of absorbing phase transitions in systems with two symmetric absorbing states. The value of β was conjectured to be 13/14≈0.93 and Monte Carlo simulation studies in the literature have repeatedly reproduced values consistent with the conjecture. In this paper, we systematically estimate β by analyzing the effective exponent after finding how strong… 

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