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article
prcd13_epje
Direct and inverse pumping in flows with homogeneous and non-homognenous swirl
EPJ E (European Physical Journal E)
2013
36
8
94
10.1140/epje/i2013-13094-y
A.Pothérat
F.Rubiconi
Y.Charles
V.Dousset
article
apl13_mst
Optimal Magnet systems for Lorentz force velocimetry in low conductivity fluids
Meas. Sci. Tech.
2013
24
6
065303
10.1088/0957-0233/24/6/065303
A. Pothérat,A. Alferenok
U.Lüdtke
article
zp13_pf
The influence of geometry on the two and three-dimensional dynamics of the flow in a 180^o sharp bend
Phys. Fluids
2013
25
5
053605
10.1063/1.4807070
L.Zhang
A.Pothérat
article
dp12_jfm
Characterisation of the wake of a truncated cylinder in a duct under a strong axial magnetic field
J. Fluid Mech.
2012
691
341-367
10.1017/jfm.2011.478
V.Dousset
A.Pothérat
article
p12_mhd
Low-<prt>R</prt>m <prt>MHD</prt> Turbulence: The role of boundaries
Magnetohydrodynamics
2012
48
1
13-23
http://mhd.sal.lv/contents/2012/1/MG.48.1.3.R.html
A.Pothérat
article
p12_epl
Three-dimensional effects in quasi-two dimensional flows: Recirculations and the Barrel effects
EPL (Europhys. Lett.)
2012
98
6
64003
10.1209/0295-5075/98/64003
A.Pothérat
article
yavorskii:12
Optimized <prt>GPU</prt> simulation of continuous-spin glass models
Eur. Phys. J. Spec. Top.
2012
210
159
gpu, heisenberg, spin-glass
TarasYavors'kii
MartinWeigel
article
weigel:12a
Simulating spin models on <prt>GPU</prt>: a tour
Int. J. Mod. Phys. C
2012
23
1240002
gpu
MartinWeigel
article
weigel:10a
Performance potential for simulating spin models on <prt>GPU</prt>
J. Comp. Phys.
2012
231
3064--3082
bibtex, gpu
M.Weigel
article
beyer:12
One-dimensional infinite-component vector spin glass with long-range interactions
Phys. Rev. B
2012
86
014431
We investigate zero and finite-temperature properties of the one-dimensional spin-glass model for vector spins in the limit of an infinite number m of spin components where the interactions decay with a power, ?, of the distance. A diluted version of this model is also studied, but found to deviate significantly from the fully connected model. At zero temperature, defect energies are determined from the difference in ground-state energies between systems with periodic and antiperiodic boundary conditions to determine the dependence of the defect-energy exponent ? on ?. A good fit to this dependence is ?=3/4??. This implies that the upper critical value of ? is 3/4, corresponding to the lower critical dimension in the d-dimensional short-range version of the model. For finite temperatures, the large m saddle-point equations are solved self-consistently, which gives access to the correlation function, the order parameter, and the spin-glass susceptibility. Special attention is paid to the different forms of finite-size scaling effects below and above the lower critical value, ?=5/8, which corresponds to the upper critical dimension 8 of the hypercubic short-range model.
1d, continuous, long-range, spin-glass
American Physical Society
10.1103/physrevb.86.014431
FrankBeyer
MartinWeigel
M. A.Moore
article
manssen:12
Random number generators for massively parallel simulations on <prt>GPU</prt>
Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics
2012
210
53
gpu, random-numbers
MarkusManssen
MartinWeigel
Alexander K.Hartmann
book
weigel:12
Computer Simulations on Graphics Processing Units
Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics
2012
210
gpu
Weigel, M. and Arnold, A. and Virnau, P.
Springer
Heidelberg
Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics
article
ps11_pf
A shallow water model for magnetohydrodynamic flows with turbulent Hartmann layers
Phys. Fluids
2011
23
5
055108
10.1063/1.3592326
A.Pothérat
J.-P.Schweitzer
article
weigel:11a
The <prt>GPU</prt> Revolution at Work
Computing in Science & Engineering
2011
13
5
5--6
The latest in a series of books on "<prt>GPU</prt> gems," this volume offers a collection of relatively short reports on various <prt>GPU</prt> applications.
gpu
IEEE Computer Society
10.1109/mcse.2011.89
MartinWeigel
article
weigel:10c
Simulating spin models on <prt>GPU</prt>
Comput. Phys. Commun.
2011
182
1833--1836
gpu
10.1016/j.cpc.2010.10.031
MartinWeigel
article
weigel:10b
Connected-component identification and cluster update on graphics processing units
Phys. Rev. E
2011
84
036709
bibtex
M.Weigel
article
weigel:11
<prt>GPU</prt> accelerated <prt>Monte Carlo</prt> simulations of lattice spin models
Physics Procedia
2011
15
92--96
gpu
MartinWeigel
TarasYavors'kii
article
beyer:11
Spin stiffness of vector spin glasses
Comp. Phys. Commun.
2011
182
9
1883--1887
We study domain-wall excitations for <prt>O(m)O</prt>(m) vector spin glasses in the limit m??m??, where the energy landscape is simplified considerably compared to <prt>XY</prt> or Heisenberg models due to the complete disappearance of metastability. Using numerical ground-state calculations and appropriate pairs of complementary boundary conditions, domain-wall defects are inserted into the systems and their excitation energies are measured. This allows us to determine the stiffness exponents for lattices of a range of spatial dimensions d=2,…,7d=2,…,7. Compiling these results, we can finally determine the lower critical dimension of the model. The outcome is compared to estimates resulting from field-theoretic calculations.
continuous, ground-states, spin-glass
00104655
10.1016/j.cpc.2010.12.014
FrankBeyer
MartinWeigel
article
PhysRevE.84.021928
Regulation by small RNAs via coupled degradation: Mean-field and variational approaches
Phys. Rev. E
2011
84
021928
http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevE.84.021928
American Physical Society
10.1103/PhysRevE.84.021928
ThierryPlatini
TaoJia
Rahul V.Kulkarni
article
MeasureDisitanceEquilibrium
Measure of the violation of the detailed balance criterion: A possible definition of a ``distance" from equilibrium
Phys. Rev. E
2011
83
011119
http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevE.83.011119
American Physical Society
10.1103/PhysRevE.83.011119
ThierryPlatini
article
stevenson:11a
Percolation and <prt>Schramm–Loewner</prt> evolution in the <prt>2D</prt> random-field Ising model
Comput. Phys. Commun.
2011
182
9
1879--1882
The presence of random fields is well known to destroy ferromagnetic order in Ising systems in two dimensions. When the system is placed in a sufficiently strong external field, however, the size of clusters of like spins diverges. There is evidence that this percolation transition is in the universality class of standard site percolation. It has been claimed that, for small disorder, a similar percolation phenomenon also occurs in zero external field. Using exact algorithms, we study ground states of large samples and find little evidence for a transition at zero external field. Nevertheless, for sufficiently small random-field strengths, there is an extended region of the phase diagram, where finite samples are indistinguishable from a critical percolating system. In this regime we examine ground-state domain walls, finding strong evidence that they are conformally invariant and satisfy <prt>Schramm–Loewner</prt> evolution (<prt>SLEÎºSLEÎº</prt>) with parameter Îº=6Îº=6. These results add support to the hope that at least some aspects of systems with quenched disorder might be ultimately studied with the techniques of <prt>SLE</prt> and conformal field theory.
percolation, sle
00104655
10.1016/j.cpc.2010.11.028
Jacob D.Stevenson
MartinWeigel
article
stevenson:11
Domain walls and <prt>Schramm-Loewner</prt> evolution in the random-field Ising model
Europhys. Lett.
2011
95
40001
The concept of Schramm-Loewner evolution provides a unified description of domain boundaries of many lattice spin systems in two dimensions, possibly even including systems with quenched disorder. Here, we study domain walls in the random-field Ising model. Although, in two dimensions, this system does not show an ordering transition to a ferromagnetic state, in the presence of a uniform external field spin domains percolate beyond a critical field strength. Using exact ground state calculations of very large systems, we examine ground state domain walls near this percolation transition finding strong evidence that they are conformally invariant and satisfy the domain Markov property, implying compatibility with Schramm-Loewner evolution (SLE\_<prt>κ</prt>) with parameter κ = 6. These results might pave the way for new field-theoretic treatments of systems with quenched disorder.
ising, random-fields
http://arxiv.org/abs/1010.5973
Jacob D.Stevenson
MartinWeigel
article
ras:11
Regular Packings on Periodic Lattices
Phys. Rev. Lett.
2011
107
215503
We investigate the problem of packing identical hard objects on regular lattices in d dimensions. Restricting configuration space to parallel alignment of the objects, we study the densest packing at a given aspect ratio X. For rectangles and ellipses on the square lattice as well as for biaxial ellipsoids on a simple cubic lattice, we calculate the maximum packing fraction <prt>?d(X</prt>). It is proved to be continuous with an infinite number of singular points <prt>X?min?,X?max</prt>?, ?=0,±1,±2,…. In two dimensions, all maxima have the same height, whereas there is a unique global maximum for the case of ellipsoids. The form of <prt>?d(X</prt>) is discussed in the context of geometrical frustration effects, transitions in the contact numbers, and number-theoretical properties. Implications and generalizations for more general packing problems are outlined.
packings
American Physical Society
10.1103/physrevlett.107.215503
TadeusRas
RolfSchilling
MartinWeigel
article
fernandes:11
Non-reversible <prt>Monte</prt> <prt>Carlo</prt> simulations of spin models
Comput. Phys. Commun.
2011
182
9
1856--1859
Monte Carlo simulations are used to study simple systems where the underlying Markov chain satisfies the necessary condition of global balance but does not obey the more restrictive condition of detailed balance. Here, we show that non-reversible Markov chains can be set up that generate correct stationary distributions, but reduce or eliminate the diffusive motion in phase space typical of the usual Monte Carlo dynamics. Our approach is based on splitting the dynamics into a set of replicas with each replica representing a biased movement in reaction-coordinate space. This introduction of an additional bias in a given replica is compensated for by choosing an appropriate dynamics on the other replicas such as to ensure the validity of global balance. First, we apply this method to a mean-field Ising model, splitting the system into two replicas: one trying to increase magnetization and the other trying to decrease it. For this simple test system, our results show that the altered dynamics is able to reduce the dynamical critical exponent. Generalizations of this scheme to simulations of the Ising model in two dimensions are discussed.
mc-algorithms
00104655
10.1016/j.cpc.2010.11.017
Heitor C. M.Fernandes
MartinWeigel
article
kp10_prl
Appearance of Three Dimensionality in Wall-bounded <prt>MHD</prt> Flows
Phys. Rev. Lett.
2010
104
3
034502
10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.034502
R.Klein
A.Pothérat
article
pdy10_jfm
DNS of Low-<prt>R</prt>m <prt>MHD</prt> Turbulence based on the least dissipative modes
J. Fluid. Mech.
2010
655
174-197
10.1017/S0022112010000807
A.Pothérat
V.Dymkou
article
dp10_jfm
Formation Mechanism of Hairpin Vortices in the wake of a truncated cylinder in a duct
J. Fluid. Mech.
2010
653
519-536
10.1017/S002211201000073X
V.Dousset
A.Pothérat
article
apt10_jap
Generation of liquid metal structures of high aspect ratio by application of an <prt>AC</prt> magnetic field
J. Appl. Phys.
2010
107
12
124903
10.1063/1.3409075
O.Andreev
A.Pothérat
A.Thess
article
weigel:10
Error estimation and reduction with cross correlations
Phys. Rev. E
2010
81
066701
bibtex
10.1103/PhysRevE.81.066701
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
weigel:10d
Generalized-ensemble simulations and cluster algorithms
Physics Procedia
2010
3
3
1499--1513
The importance-sampling Monte Carlo algorithm appears to be the universally optimal solution to the problem of sampling the state space of statistical mechanical systems according to the relative importance of configurations for the partition function or thermal averages of interest. While this is true in terms of its simplicity and universal applicability, the resulting approach suffers from the presence of temporal correlations of successive samples naturally implied by the Markov chain underlying the importance-sampling simulation. In many situations, these autocorrelations are moderate and can be easily accounted for by an appropriately adapted analysis of simulation data. They turn out to be a major hurdle, however, in the vicinity of phase transitions or for systems with complex free-energy landscapes. The critical slowing down close to continuous transitions is most efficiently reduced by the application of cluster algorithms, where they are available. For first-order transitions and disordered systems, on the other hand, macroscopic energy barriers need to be overcome to prevent dynamic ergodicity breaking. In this situation, generalized-ensemble techniques such as the multicanonical simulation method can effect impressive speedups, allowing to sample the full free-energy landscape. The Potts model features continuous as well as first-order phase transitions and is thus a prototypic example for studying phase transitions and new algorithmic approaches. I discuss the possibilities of bringing together cluster and generalized-ensemble methods to combine the benefits of both techniques. The resulting algorithm allows for the efficient estimation of the random-cluster partition function encoding the information of all Potts models, even with a non-integer number of states, for all temperatures in a single simulation run per system size.
cluster, mc-algorithms, muca
18753892
10.1016/j.phpro.2010.01.212
M.Weigel
article
J.Stat.Mech.(2010).P010018
Network evolution induced by the dynamical rules of two populations
J. Stat. Mech.: Theory and Experiment
2010
2010
http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-5468/2010/10/P10018/
IOP Science
10.1088/1742-5468/2010/10/P10018
ThierryPlatini
Royce, K. P.Zia
article
FourierLaw
Fourier's law on a one-dimensional optical random lattice
J. Phys. A: Mathematics and Theoretical
2010
43
135003
http://iopscience.iop.org/1751-8121/43/13/135003
IOP Science
doi:10.1088/1751-8113/43/13/135003
ThierryPlatini
Rossemary J.Harris
DragiKarevski
article
heuer:10
Wanderungen in Energielandschaften
Physik Journal
2010
12/2010
35
A.Heuer
M.Kastner
A.Hartmann
M.Weigel
article
PhysRevE.81.042101
Dynamical phase transition of a one-dimensional transport process including death
Phys. Rev. E
2010
81
042101
http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevE.81.042101
American Physical Society
10.1103/PhysRevE.81.042101
S.Dorosz
S.Mukherjee
T.Platini
article
kpa09_pre
Experiment on an elecrically driven, confined vortex pair
Phys. Rev. E,
2009
79
1
016304
10.1103/PhysRevE.79.016304
R.Klein
A.Pothérat
A.Alferjonok
article
dyp09_tcfd
Spectral Methods based on the least dissipative modes for wall-bounded <prt>MHD</prt> Turbulence
J. Theor. Comp. Fluid Dyn.
2009
23
6
535-555
10.1007/s00162-009-0159-9
V.Dymkou
A.Pothérat
article
weigel:09
Cross Correlations in Scaling Aanalyses of Phase Transitions
Phys. Rev. Lett.
2009
102
100601
bibtex
10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.100601
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
PhysRevLett.102.207207
Quantum Nonequilibrium Steady States Induced by Repeated Interactions
Phys. Rev. Lett.
2009
102
207207
http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.207207
American Physical Society
10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.207207
DragiKarevski
ThierryPlatini
article
weigel:06e
Football fever: goal distributions and {non-<prt>Gauss}ian</prt> statistics
Eur. Phys. J. B
2009
67
459
bibtex
E.Bittner
A.Nussbaumer
W.Janke
M.Weigel
article
dp08_pf
Numerical simulations of a cylinder wake under strong axial magnetic field
Phys. Fluids
2008
20
1
017104
10.1063/1.2831153
V.Dousset
A.Pothérat
article
weigel:06c
Zero-temperature phase of the <prt>XY</prt> spin glass in two dimensions: Genetic embedded matching heuristic
Phys. Rev. B
2008
77
104437
bibtex
10.1103/PhysRevB.77.104437
M.Weigel
M. J. P.Gingras
article
Entanglement
Entanglement evolution after connecting finite to infinite quantum chains
J. Stat. Mech.: Theory and Experiment
2008
01203
http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-5468/2008/01/P01023
IOP Science
doi:10.1088/1742-5468/2008/01/P01023
ViktorEisler
DragiKarevski
ThierryPlatini
IngoPeschel
article
PhysRevE.77.051120
Work fluctuations in quantum spin chains
Phys. Rev. E
2008
77
051120
http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevE.77.051120
American Physical Society
10.1103/PhysRevE.77.051120
SvenDorosz
ThierryPlatini
DragiKarevski
article
p07
Quasi-2d stability of a flow in a rectangular duct under a transverse magnetic field
Phys. Fluids,
2007
19
7
074104
10.1063/1.2747233
A.Pothérat
article
weigel:06
Spin and chiral stiffness of the <prt>XY</prt> spin glass in two dimensions
J. Phys.: Condens. Matter
2007
19
145217
bibtex
M.Weigel
M. J. P.Gingras
article
weigel:06b
Genetic embedded matching approach to ground states in continuous-spin systems
Phys. Rev. E
2007
76
066706
bibtex
10.1103/PhysRevE.76.066706
M.Weigel
article
weigel:06a
Frustration effects in antiferromagnets on planar random graphs
Phys. Rev. B
2007
76
054408
bibtex
M.Weigel
D. A.Johnston
article
Gradient
Gradient critical phenomena in the Ising quantum chain
J. Phys. A: Mathematical and Theoretical
2007
40
1467
http://iopscience.iop.org/1751-8121/40/7/004
IOP Science
doi:10.1088/1751-8113/40/7/004
ThierryPlatini
DragiKarevski
LoicTurban
article
RelaxationXX
Relaxation in the XX quantum chain
J. Phys. A: Mathematical and Theoretical
2007
40
1711
http://iopscience.iop.org/1751-8121/40/8/002
IOP Science
doi:10.1088/1751-8113/40/8/002
ThierryPlatini
DragiKarevski
article
weigel:06d
Self-affirmation model for football goal distributions
Europhys. Lett.
2007
78
58002
bibtex
E.Bittner
A.Nussbaumer
W.Janke
M.Weigel
article
pa06
Bounds on the attractor dimension for low-<prt>R</prt>m wall-bound <prt>MHD</prt> turbulence
Phys. Fluids
2006
18
12
25102
10.1063/1.2391841
A.Pothérat
T.Alboussière
article
weigel:05f
Ground States and Defect Energies of the Two-dimensional <prt>XY</prt> Spin Glass from a <prt>Quasi-Exact</prt> Algorithm
Phys. Rev. Lett.
2006
96
097206
bibtex
M.Weigel
M. J. P.Gingras
article
weigel:05b
Geometric and Stochastic Clusters of Gravitating <prt>Potts</prt> Models
Phys. Lett. B
2006
639
373
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
janke:06
Two-dimensional quantum gravity - a laboratory for fluctuating graphs and quenched connectivity disorder
Condens. Matter Phys.
2006
9
263
disorder
W.Janke
D. A.Johnston
M.Weigel
article
psm05
Effective numerical simulations of quasi-2d flows with transverse magnetic fields
J. Fluid Mech
2005
534
115-143
10.1017/S0022112005004350
A.Pothérat
J.Sommeria
R.Moreau
article
weigel:04b
The F model on dynamical quadrangulations
Nucl. Phys. B
2005
719
312
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
weigel:05a
The square-lattice $F$ model revisited: a loop-cluster update scaling study
J. Phys. A
2005
38
7067
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
platini:05
Scaling and front dynamics in Ising quantum chains
The European Physical Journal B - Condensed Matter and Complex Systems
2005
48
225-231
http://dx.doi.org/10.1140/epjb/e2005-00402-2
EDP Sciences
English
1434-6028
10.1140/epjb/e2005-00402-2
Thierry.Platini
DragiKarevski
article
janke:05b
Simulations of the F Model on Planar ?4 Feynman Diagrams
PoS
2005
(LAT2005)
251
disorder
W.Janke
M.Weigel
inbook
janke:05a
<prt>Monte</prt> <prt>Carlo</prt> Studies of Connectivity Disorder
2005
363
disorder
Springer
Berlin
” High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering, Munich 2004”, transactions of the ” Second Joint HLRB and KONWIHR Result and Reviewing Workshop”, March 2\textsuperscript<prt>nd</prt> and 3rd, 2004, Technical University of Munich
W.Janke
M.Weigel
article
wj:04a
<prt>Harris-Luck</prt> criterion for random lattices
Phys. Rev. B
2004
69
144208
bibtex
W.Janke
M.Weigel
article
pa03_mhd
Estimates for the size of the small scales in low <prt>R</prt>m <prt>MHD</prt> turbulence
Magnetohydrodynamics
2003
39
3
229-236
http://mhd.sal.lv/contents/2003/3/p229.html
A.Pothérat
T.Alboussière
article
pa03
Small scales and anisotropy in low-<prt>R</prt>m <prt>MHD</prt> turbulence
Phys. Fluids
2003
15
10
1370-1380
10.1063/1.1601222
A.Pothérat
T.Alboussière
article
wj:03a
Effects of connectivity disorder on the Potts model
Acta Phys. Polon. B
2003
34
4891
bibtex
W.Janke
M.Weigel
article
dav01
A note on <prt>B</prt>odewadt-<prt>H</prt>artmann layers
Eur. J. Mech. /B Fluids
2002
21
5
545-559
10.1016/S0997-7546(02)01196-2
P.A.Davidson
A.Pothérat
article
psm02
Effective boundary conditions for magnetohydrodynamic flows with thin <prt>H</prt>artmann layers
Phys. Fluids
2002
14
1
403-410
10.1063/1.1423287
A.Pothérat
J.Sommeria
R.Moreau
article
psm02
Effective boundary conditions for magnetohydrodynamic flows with thin <prt>H</prt>artmann layers
Phys. Fluids
2002
14
1
403-410
10.1063/1.1423287
A.Pothérat
J.Sommeria
R.Moreau
article
weigel:02a
Random-cluster multihistogram sampling for the $q$-state Potts model
Phys. Rev. E
2002
65
036109
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
C. K.Hu
article
weigel:02b
Algorithmic tools for simulations of vertex models on random graphs
Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.)
2002
106--107
986
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
wj:02a
Numerical Tests of <prt>CFT</prt> Conjectures for <prt>3D</prt> Spin Systems
Comput. Phys. Commun.
2002
147
382
bibtex
W.Janke
M.Weigel
phdthesis
doktor
Vertex Models on Random Graphs
2002
bibtex
University of Leipzig
Ph.D. thesis
M.Weigel
article
psm00_cr
2D models for <prt>MHD</prt> flows
C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris
2000
t 328, Série IIb
129-134
10.1016/S1287-4620(00)00101-0
A.Pothérat
J.Sommeria
R.Moreau
article
psm00
An effective two-dimensional model for <prt>MHD</prt> flows with tranverse magnetic field
J. Fluid Mech.
2000
424
75--100
10.1017/S0022112000001944
A.Pothérat
J.Sommeria
R.Moreau
article
weigel:00c
Universal amplitude-exponent relation for the Ising model on sphere-like lattices
Europhys. Lett.
2000
51
578
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
weigel:00b
Monte Carlo study of the scaling of universal correlation lengths in three-dimensional O($n$) spin models
Phys. Rev. B
2000
62
6343
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
00d
Universal amplitude ratios in finite-size scaling: three-dimensional Ising model
Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.)
2000
83--84
721
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
00a
Numerical extension of <prt>CFT</prt> amplitude universality to three-dimensional systems
Physica A
2000
281
287
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
weigel:99a
Universal amplitudes in the finite-size scaling of three-dimensional spin models
Phys. Rev. Lett.
1999
82
2318
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
article
weigel:98a
Numerical tests of conjectures of conformal field theory for three-dimensional systems
Ann. Phys. (Leipzig)
1998
7
575
bibtex
M.Weigel
W.Janke
mastersthesis
diplom
Numerische Tests von Vermutungen der konformen Feldtheorie f<prt>ü</prt>r dreidimensionale Systeme
1998
bibtex
Johannes-Gutenberg-Universit<prt>ä</prt>t Mainz
Diploma thesis
M.Weigel