Reentrant and forward phase diagrams of the anisotropic three-dimensional Ising spin glass.

  title={Reentrant and forward phase diagrams of the anisotropic three-dimensional Ising spin glass.},
  author={Can G{\"u}ven and A. Nihat Berker and Michael Hinczewski and Hidetoshi Nishimori},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  volume={77 6 Pt 1},
The spatially uniaxially anisotropic d=3 Ising spin glass is solved exactly on a hierarchical lattice. Five different ordered phases, namely, ferromagnetic, columnar, layered, antiferromagnetic, and spin-glass phases, are found in the global phase diagram. The spin-glass phase is more extensive when randomness is introduced within the planes than when it is introduced in lines along one direction. Phase diagram cross sections, with no Nishimori symmetry, with Nishimori symmetry lines, or… 

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