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A NEW APPROACH TO DYNAMIC FINITESIZE SCALING
, 2003
"... In this work we have considered the Taylor series expansion of the dynamic scaling relation of the magnetization with respect to small initial magnetization values in order to study the dynamic scaling behaviour of 2 and 3dimensional Ising models. We have used the literature values of the critical ..."
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of the critical exponents and of the new dynamic exponent x0 to observe the dynamic finitesize scaling behaviour of the time evolution of the magnetization during early stages of the Monte Carlo simulation. For 3dimensional Ising Model we have also presented that this method opens the possibility of calculating
FINITESIZE CORRECTIONS FOR INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS AND CONFORMAL PROPERTIES OF SIXVERTEX MODELS
, 1988
"... Statistical systems at secondorder phasetransition points should exhibit conformal invariance at long distances. Their conformal properties can be analysed by investigating finitesize scaling behaviour. For integrable lattice models in two dimensions, methods are proposed to calculate, from the ..."
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Statistical systems at secondorder phasetransition points should exhibit conformal invariance at long distances. Their conformal properties can be analysed by investigating finitesize scaling behaviour. For integrable lattice models in two dimensions, methods are proposed to calculate, from
FIRSTORDER PHASE TRANSITIONS
"... Abstract. The lecture starts with an overview of some of the most important properties of firstorder phase transitions and their distinctive features compared with secondorder transitions. Then special emphasis will be placed on the finitesize scaling behaviour of firstorder phase transitions, w ..."
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Abstract. The lecture starts with an overview of some of the most important properties of firstorder phase transitions and their distinctive features compared with secondorder transitions. Then special emphasis will be placed on the finitesize scaling behaviour of firstorder phase transitions
Spontaneous chiral symmetry breaking in QCD: A Finitesize scaling study on the lattice, JHEP 0704
, 2007
"... Abstract: Spontaneous chiral symmetry breaking in QCD with massless quarks at infinite volume can be seen in a finite box by studying, for instance, the dependence of the chiral condensate from the volume and the quark mass. We perform a feasibility study of this program by computing the quark conde ..."
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operator. The finitesize scaling behaviour of the condensate in the topological sectors considered agrees, within our statistical accuracy, with the expectations of the chiral effective theory. Close to the chiral limit we observe a detailed agreement with the first LeutwylerSmilga sum rule. By comparing
BDI Agents: From Theory to Practice
 IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS (ICMAS95
, 1995
"... The study of computational agents capable of rational behaviour has received a great deal of attention in recent years. Theoretical formalizations of such agents and their implementations have proceeded in parallel with little or no connection between them. This paper explores a particular typ ..."
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The study of computational agents capable of rational behaviour has received a great deal of attention in recent years. Theoretical formalizations of such agents and their implementations have proceeded in parallel with little or no connection between them. This paper explores a particular
On kinetic waves: II) A theory of traffic Flow on long crowded roads
 Proc. Royal Society A229
, 1955
"... This paper uses the method of kinematic waves, developed in part I, but may be read independently. A functional relationship between flow and concentration for traffic on crowded arterial roads has been postulated for some time, and has experimental backing (? 2). From this a theory of the propagati ..."
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vehicle speed, and that vehicles passing through it will have to reduce speed rather suddenly (at a 'shock wave') on entering it, but can increase speed again only very gradually as they leave it. The hump gradually spreads out along the road, and the time scale of this process is estimated
Exact FiniteSize Scaling and Corrections
"... The Ising model in two dimensions with the special boundary conditions of Brascamp and Kunz is analysed. Leading and subdominant scaling behaviour of the Fisher zeroes are determined exactly. The finitesize scaling, with corrections, of the specific heat is determined both at the critical and p ..."
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The Ising model in two dimensions with the special boundary conditions of Brascamp and Kunz is analysed. Leading and subdominant scaling behaviour of the Fisher zeroes are determined exactly. The finitesize scaling, with corrections, of the specific heat is determined both at the critical
GREEN’S FUNCTION MONTE CARLO APPROACH TO SU(3) YANGMILLS THEORY IN (3+1)D
, 2000
"... A ‘forward walking ’ Green’s Function Monte Carlo algorithm is used to obtain expectation values for SU(3) lattice YangMills theory in (3+1) dimensions. The ground state energy and Wilson loops are calculated, and the finitesize scaling behaviour is explored. Crude estimates of the string tension ..."
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A ‘forward walking ’ Green’s Function Monte Carlo algorithm is used to obtain expectation values for SU(3) lattice YangMills theory in (3+1) dimensions. The ground state energy and Wilson loops are calculated, and the finitesize scaling behaviour is explored. Crude estimates of the string tension
OneFlavour
"... 577> heavy to moderate quark masses, of a study of thermodynamic properties of 1flavour QCD, using the multiboson algorithm. Finitesize scaling behaviour is studied on lattices of size 8 3 \Theta 4, 12 3 \Theta 4 and 16 3 \Theta 4. It is shown that, for heavy quarks, the peak of the Polya ..."
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577> heavy to moderate quark masses, of a study of thermodynamic properties of 1flavour QCD, using the multiboson algorithm. Finitesize scaling behaviour is studied on lattices of size 8 3 \Theta 4, 12 3 \Theta 4 and 16 3 \Theta 4. It is shown that, for heavy quarks, the peak
FiniteSize Correlation Length and Violations of FiniteSize Scaling
, 2008
"... We address the problem of the definition of the finitevolume correlation length. First, we study the largeN limit of the Nvector model, and we show the existence of several constraints on the definition if regularity of the finitesize scaling functions and correct anomalous behaviour above the u ..."
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We address the problem of the definition of the finitevolume correlation length. First, we study the largeN limit of the Nvector model, and we show the existence of several constraints on the definition if regularity of the finitesize scaling functions and correct anomalous behaviour above
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