# Strange attractor in the Potts spin glass on hierarchical lattices

@article{Lima2013StrangeAI, title={Strange attractor in the Potts spin glass on hierarchical lattices}, author={Washington de Lima and G. Camelo-Neto and S. Coutinho}, journal={Physics Letters A}, year={2013}, volume={377}, pages={2851-2855} }

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CHIRAL SPIN GLASSES, CONTINUUM

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CHIRAL SPIN GLASSES, CONTINUUM OF DEVIL’S STAIRCASES, AND THRESHOLDED ROUGHENING FROM FROZEN IMPURITIES TOLGA ÇAĞLAR PhD Dissertation, June 2017 Thesis Supervisor: Prof. A. Nihat Berker

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