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Appendix 6: Site and Bond Percolation Thresholds

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5} ... spins at those sites). / (iii)ComputationalDetermination of Percolation ...

Appendix 8: Relaxation Time and Singular Dynamic Scaling

2} ... Halperin, 1977, p.436) / In atheoreticalstudy Harris and Stinchcombe ...

7} ... (1986) proposed an alternativetheoreticalview, namely, that at p c the ...

7} ... / In recent years numerouscomputationalstudies have been conducted using ...

Chapter 1: Spin Models

1} ... or of particles? Or both? 3 / 1.2ComputationalPhysics / The research described ...

1} ... be subdivided into three kinds:theoretical, experimental and ...

1} ... outcome and we observe. / (ii)Theoreticalphysics /Theoreticalphysics ...

1} ... reason to trust the model. / (iii)Computationalphysics / This is a branch of ...

1} ... Nature directly and (b) unliketheoreticalphysics its results are not ...

1} ... / Most results arrived at incomputationalphysics are not statements that ...

1} ... model of magnetic material. So thecomputationalexperiment typically does not ...

1} ... the construction and querying ofcomputationalmodels is the main activity of a ...

1} ... and elegance, what saves acomputationalphysicist from becoming captured ...

1} ... captured by his model, so to speak?Computationalphysics is not a science of the ...

1} ... it might be a part of the science ofcomputationalphysics, would be in itself a ...

1} ... not a branch of physics. /Computationalphysics, like the other branches ...

1} ... / Insofar as a model incorporatestheoreticalhypotheses, and facilitates ...

1} ... of physics, the experimental, thetheoreticaland thecomputational. / Finally ...

1} ... we may consider the claim thatcomputationalphysics is really just the ...

1} ... is really just the handmaiden oftheoreticalphysics, not a distinct branch of ...

1} ... science, on the grounds that thecomputationalphysicist simply ...

1} ... results which are implicit in thetheoreticalmodel (upon which the computer ...

1} ... model is based), results which thetheoreticalphysicist cannot himself obtain ...

2} ... But most results arrived at by thecomputationalphysicist are not, even in ...

2} ... kind of experiment conducted bycomputationalphysicists) which depend upon a ...

2} ... (or conducting other suchcomputationalexperiments) we find out how these ...

2} ... in principle, deducible from thetheoreticaldescription of the system and the ...

2} ... for its evolution. Therefore thecomputationalphysicist can arrive at results ...

2} ... can arrive at results which thetheoreticalphysicist cannot arrive at. Thus ...

2} ... cannot be characterized simply astheoreticalphysics aided by computing power, ...

2} ... both from the experimental and thetheoretical. / 1.3 Modelling Magnetic ...

2} ... of those models, and to compare thecomputationalresults with observations of real ...

2} ... recent years there have been manycomputationalstudies of the behaviour of ...

3} ... are, of course, possible, but incomputationalphysics they are seldom studied ...

9} ... 1.11 Boundary Conditions / Everycomputationalmodel is finite, and no ...

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Chapter 2: The Simulation Program and its Validation

1} ... time. 2 In accord with the aims ofcomputationalphysics as discussed in Section ...

1} ... source based upon a deterministiccomputationalsource is used. Beginning with ...

Computational Studies of Pure and Dilute Spin Models

Description:Contents of Peter Meyer's M.Phil. thesis, Computational Studies of Pure and Dilute Spin Models

1} ...ComputationalStudies of Pure and Dilute Spin ...

1} ... and Dilute Spin Models /ComputationalStudies of Pure and Dilute Spin ...

1} ... The Role of Models in Physics / 1.2ComputationalPhysics / 1.3 Modelling Magnetic ...

Computational Studies of Pure and Dilute Spin Models

Description:Monte Carlo simulations of ferromagnetic material using Ising and Potts spin models to ascertain selected properties of such material. Discusses what spin models are and how they are used to simulate magnetic material, with particular attention to the use of cluster algorithms.

1} ...ComputationalStudies of Pure and Dilute Spin ...

1} ... and Dilute Spin Models /ComputationalStudies of Pure and Dilute Spin ...

1} ... 2000-10-25 to 2000-12-01 CE. /ComputationalScience Hermetic Systems Home ...

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