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More precisely, we let G = (V,E) be a square grid of side √ N and consider the Ising model on such a grid: µ(x) = 1 Z(β) exp n β X (ij)∈E x ix j o, (1) and will prove the following result. �骻�kGh�؁�-���P꪿����p_�"֘�Y��_�9UX��ڦ�Y�7}���3VĠSYm�j�(�V�o�ME�`�m�u���kʡ:uM��fmw*;�Yw�_�ҏ7:̎��o��mݲ\f~�6ʎT›�QʮƮT�M��`o�XX�����h �p&%҄�p&��:d-�o��r�;����,�[S����U]�j��+#v��,Zmf��n���yI�T�A�-�S�����=��0趆�H�r~vs�T���:����cy�o c_��Ήp�GN����L�Pȹ! >> Purchase this article from our trusted document delivery partners. Click here to close this overlay, or press the "Escape" key on your keyboard. /Length 3306 The following code simulates the Ising model in 2D using the Metropolis algorithm. stream This argument is typically explained for the D = 2 Ising model in a way which cannot be easily generalized to higher dimensions. Monte-Carlo simulation of 2D Ising model. 6 0 obj This argument is typically explained for the D = 2 Ising model in a way which cannot be easily generalized to higher dimensions. %PDF-1.4 In 1936, Peierls formulated a rigorous argument to establish that the two-dimensional Ising model is ferromagnetically ordered at a sufficiently low nonzero temperature. �a{�J�Y���dM*�A0��0���;��|���S�U�V�&�o������iw��d(e�fnWل}�.r2Pr�����ZkC\ٚ�n�k?����:��- e"+,�y�KfX���؜���U�^�3���pf 8,4���J�������ʊ�����=���s.��W���M��� ��V�k��qeY�gc� �h��9��"��n�ӷ܆F��7/Vi�H&�/!��!�6i�*��9a This argument is typically explained for the D = 2 Ising model in a way which cannot be easily generalized to higher dimension. This theorem was first espoused in the 1930s by Rudolf Peierls.