By D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon, H.-B. Schüttler (auth.), Professor David P. Landau Ph. D., Professor K. K. Mon Ph. D., Professor Heinz-Bernd Schüttler Ph. D. (eds.)
Computer Simulation stories in Condensed-Matter PhysicsVIIIcovers contemporary advancements during this box offered on the 1995 workshop, equivalent to new algorithms, equipment of research, and conceptual advancements. This quantity consists of three elements. the 1st half includes invited papers that deal with simulational experiences of classical platforms. The second half is dedicated to invited papers on quantum systems,including new effects for strongly correlated electron and quantum spin versions. the ultimate half contains contributed presentations.
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However, the details of the gfowth process and surface chemistry are complex and largely unknown. The evolving surface morphology, usually monitored with reflection high-energy electron diffraction (RHEED), is a result of a competition between the randomness induced by the fluctuations in the flux of incoming beams and smoothing and selforganization due to surface diffusion. Under favorable growth conditions, the smooth surface morphology required in applications can be achieved. The principal goal of theoretical research in MBE is to identify such growth conditions and, more generally, to obtain detailed information on the growth process, which would allow the reproducible fabrication of atomic-scale semiconductor heterostructures.
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The exponent 0' is determined from scaling relations. 311(4) STL Ising: Bunker et al. 685(3) here. 9308). Our results are fully consistent with the proposal of Berker et al. that the frustrated Ising model exhibits XY universality. Although the results of Bunker et al. are not too different, they suggest the possibility of a new universality class. 920(5) as well as the fact that their results are based on scaling of the extrema of thermodynamic functions (except M) rather than at the critical temperature.
Computer Simulation Studies in Condensed-Matter Physics VIII: Recent Developments Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop Athens, GA, USA, February 20–24, 1995 by D. P. Landau, K. K. Mon, H.-B. Schüttler (auth.), Professor David P. Landau Ph. D., Professor K. K. Mon Ph. D., Professor Heinz-Bernd Schüttler Ph. D. (eds.)