Bl¨ote, Cluster Monte Carlo: Scaling of systematic errors in the two-dimensional Ising model, Phys.
An Introduction to Monte Carlo Simulation of Statistical physics Problem
It was shown recently by Heringa, Bl¨ote and author that these deviations can be rigorously estimated numerically and even analytically(6).
On the quality of random number generators with taps
Using this idea, Bl¨ote and author discovered the scaling of systematic deviations for Ising model(7).
On the quality of random number generators with taps
An explanation of the difference in central charge between the densely packed and the fully packed O(n) model on the honeycomb lattice was given by Bl¨ote and Nienhuis .
Hamiltonian Cycles on Random Eulerian Triangulations
If the argument of Bl¨ote and Nienhuis is indeed correct we should be able to recover the shift by one in the central charge by restricting the fully packed model to Eulerian triangulations.
Hamiltonian Cycles on Random Eulerian Triangulations
Our argument was based on an explanation of Bl¨ote and Nienhuis why one sees an increase in central charge when moving from the densely packed to the fully packed O(n) model on a regular lattice (cf. section 2).
Hamiltonian Cycles on Random Eulerian Triangulations
Zo kun je met je blote oog al iets te weten komen over een ster.
Radio Pulsars
In tegenstelling tot ster ren maken radio pulsars eigenlijk alleen maar radiostraling en je kunt ze dus niet met het blote oog of een gewone telescoop zien.
Radio Pulsars
Since the results of this reference are useful as well as well for extension of the ﬁnite size scaling results given in works by Aﬄeck and Bl¨ote et al , the detailed analysis of this case is left for further study.
From Ginzburg-Landau to Hilbert-Einstein via Yamabe
We review here some properties of the generator RANLUX using the random walk test recently developed in by Bl¨ote, Heringa and one of the authors.
The RANLUX generator: resonances in a random walk test
Our curves of the speciﬁc heat ﬁt well Bl¨ote’s numerical results in the high temperature regime.
Thermodynamics of the one-dimensional s=1 XXZ Heisenberg model: analytical results
By redeﬁning all the parameters of the hamiltonian (1), eq.(2) becomes an expansion in powers of (J β )n . A beautiful numerical work by Bl¨ote tabulates numerical values for the speciﬁc heat at varied temperatures (including the high temperature region) for the s = 1/2 and s = 1 Heisenberg models.
Thermodynamics of the one-dimensional s=1 XXZ Heisenberg model: analytical results
In all his calculations Bl¨ote has set h = 0.
Thermodynamics of the one-dimensional s=1 XXZ Heisenberg model: analytical results
As in Fig. 1, our curves in Fig. 2 ﬁt pretty well Bl¨ote’s numerical results in the high temperature region.
Thermodynamics of the one-dimensional s=1 XXZ Heisenberg model: analytical results
Our curves in the high temperature region ﬁt well Bl¨ote’s numerical results for the spin-1 X X Z Heisenberg model.
Thermodynamics of the one-dimensional s=1 XXZ Heisenberg model: analytical results
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