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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.)

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Computer simulation stories in condensed subject physics shape a speedily constructing box making sigificant contributions to big actual difficulties. The papers during this quantity current new actual effects and record new simulation recommendations and new methods of analyzing simulational info, which conceal simulation of either classical and quantum structures. issues taken care of contain - Multigrid and nonlocal updating equipment in Monte Carlo simulations - Simulations of magnetic excitations and part transitions - Simulations of mixture formation - Molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo reports of polymers, polymer combinations, and fluid movement - Quantum direction crucial and molecular dynamics experiences of clusters and adsorbed layers on surfaces - New equipment for simulating interacting boson and fermion structures - Simulational reviews of digital structure.

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For arbitrary ~, asymptotic solutions for a moving planar vortex are consistent with Eq. 12; 6 ~ 6 ~ . e -+ u • -+ -u . '"e 46 cp r, 1 r r -+ 0, (13) r -+ .... (14) Whether the asymptotic r -+ 0 solution is relevant for vortices on a lattice is questionable; the continuum "solution" varies too rapidly near r = 1/2 to justify the assumption of small spatial derivatives. We consider this question and vortex stability using numerical simulation. 42 3. VORTEX MOTION ON A LATTICE . .. For numerical simulations, the discrete equations of motion are S.

Disregarding geometrical considerations for the moment, consider a model whose thermodynamics are governed now by a classical Hamiltonian H = Ho + V, where factors of -{3 = -1/kBT have been absorbed into H. Here, kB and T are Boltzmann's constant and the temperature, respectively, and Ho is somehow easier to simulate than the original Hamiltonian. The probability of finding the system in some state Q is proportional to the Boltzmann weight exp(H(Q)), where H(Q) is the energy of the system in state Q.

M. Creutz and B. Freedman, unpublished. 10. See, for example, E. Domany, Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 871 (1984). 11. D. Kandel, to be published. S. H. Hetherington Department of Physics and Astronomy, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI48824, USA The Gaussian ensemble [1-3] consists of a sample of size N (whose properties we are seeking) in contact with a finite bath of size N' and having a specific functional form for its entropy. This ense~ble is intermediate to the microcanonical (N'=O) and canonical (N'=~) ensembles and can be made to attain these limiting cases by continuously varying N'.

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