author={Atsushi Yamagata},
  journal={Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications},
  • A. Yamagata
  • Published 2 February 1996
  • Physics
  • Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications
We perform Monte Carlo simulations of the hard-sphere lattice gas on the body-centred cubic lattice with nearest-neighbour exclusion. We get the critical exponents, s/ν = 0.311(8) and γ/ν = 2.38(2), where β, γ, and ν are the critical exponents of the staggered density, the staggered compressibility, and the correlation length, respectively. The values of the hard-sphere lattice gas on the simple cubic lattice agree with them but those of the three-dimensional Ising model do not. This supports… 
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Simultaneous analysis of several models in the three-dimensional Ising universality class.
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  • Mathematics, Medicine
    Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics
  • 2003
This work investigates several three-dimensional lattice models believed to be in the Ising universality class by means of Monte Carlo methods and finite-size scaling, and analyzes all the data simultaneously such that the universal parameters occur only once, leading to an improved accuracy.


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