Temperature chaos in 3D Ising spin glasses is driven by rare events



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Fernández Pérez, Luis Antonio and Martín Mayor, Víctor and Parisi, G. and Seoane, B. (2013) Temperature chaos in 3D Ising spin glasses is driven by rare events. EPL, 103 (6). ISSN 0295-5075

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Official URL: http://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/103/67003


Temperature chaos has often been reported in the literature as a rare-event–driven phenomenon. However, this fact has always been ignored in the data analysis, thus erasing the signal of the chaotic behavior (still rare in the sizes achieved) and leading to an overall picture of a weak and gradual phenomenon. On the contrary, our analysis relies on a largedeviations functional that allows to discuss the size dependences. In addition, we had at our disposal unprecedentedly large configurations equilibrated at low temperatures, thanks to the Janus computer. According to our results, when temperature chaos occurs its effects are strong and can be felt even at short distances.

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© EPLA, 2013. We are indebted with the Janus Collaboration for allowing us to analyze their thermalized configurations. We thank particularly David Yllanes for discussions and for assistance in the data analysis. We acknowledge support from MINECO, Spain, through research contracts FIS2012-35719-C02 and from the European Research Council (ERC) through grant agreement No. 247328. BS was supported by the FPU program (MECD, Spain).

Uncontrolled Keywords:Renomarlization-group; Mean-field; Memory; Model; Universality; Rejuvenation; Dependence; Systems, Phase.
Subjects:Sciences > Physics
Sciences > Physics > Physics-Mathematical models
ID Code:37631
Deposited On:19 May 2016 09:12
Last Modified:20 May 2016 10:22

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