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Physical Review B
We study the zero-temperature critical behavior of the dilute Ising spin glass. In our model nearest-neighbor exchange interactions randomly assume the values +J, 0, -J with probabilities p/2, 1-p, and p/2, respectively. We have generated 15th-order series for the Edwards-Anderson spin-glass susceptibility as a function of concentration p on hypercubic lattices in general dimension. Their analysis leads to critical concentrations and exponents that differ from those of percolation.
Klein, L., Adler, J., Aharony, A., Harris, A., & Meir, Y. (1989). Dilute Spin Glass at Zero Temperature in General Dimension. Physical Review B, 40 (7), 4824-4832. http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.40.4824
Date Posted: 12 August 2015
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