No that the King is sair to live with either, so that he can eat and drink and daff, and be let alone to take his ease.
"Two Penniless Princesses" by Charlotte M. Yonge
What think 'ee, Daffe?
"Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida" by Ouida
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However, the data sets for the RFIM and the DAFF do not agree, except in the trivial limit where g (T ) → 1.
Are the diluted antiferromagnet in a field and the random-field Ising model in the same universality class?
The large circles for the RFIM (squares for the DAFF) represent our estimates of g (ξL/L) at T = Tc .
Are the diluted antiferromagnet in a field and the random-field Ising model in the same universality class?
Furthermore, we numerically study the equivalence of the RFIM and the DAFF as predicted by Cardy.17 Our results show that only in the limit of small ﬁelds both phase boundaries map onto each other.
Are the diluted antiferromagnet in a field and the random-field Ising model in the same universality class?
Our results from the two-point ﬁnite-size correlation function suggest that the exponent ν agrees within error bars for both the RFIM and the DAFF.
Are the diluted antiferromagnet in a field and the random-field Ising model in the same universality class?
The data for the RFIM and DAFF collapse onto two distinct set of curves, suggesting that both models do not share the same universality class.
Are the diluted antiferromagnet in a field and the random-field Ising model in the same universality class?
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