Block model for the XY-type Landau–Ginzburg–Wilson Hamiltonian with random temperature
AbstractThe phase fluctuation near the saddle point solution of the XY-type Landau–Ginzburg–Wilson Hamiltonian with random temperature is studied. Through some examples, it is argued that the systems are self-organized into blocks, which are coupled as a XY model with random bond. The couplings obtained in this way agree with those by the domain wall method.
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Volume (Year): 391 (2012)
Issue (Month): 24 ()
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Excited state solution; Phase transition; Disordered systems; Landau–Ginzburg Hamiltonian;
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