Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior

Satz H (2002)
COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS 147(1-2): 46-51.

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Continuous phase transitions in spin systems can be formulated as percolation of suitably defined clusters. We review this equivalence and then discuss how in a similar way, the color deconfinement transition in SU(2) gauge theory can be treated as a percolation phenomenon. In the presence of an external field, spin systems cease to show thermal critical behavior, but the geometric percolation transition persists (Kertesz line). For H not equal 0, we study the relation between percolation and pseudocritical behavior, both for continuous and first order transitions, and show that it leads to the necessity of an H-dependent cluster definition. A viable formulation of this kind could serve as a definition of deconfinement in QCD with dynamical quarks. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Satz H. Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior. COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS. 2002;147(1-2):46-51.
Satz, H. (2002). Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior. COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS, 147(1-2), 46-51. doi:10.1016/S0010-4655(02)00202-3
Satz, H. (2002). Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior. COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS 147, 46-51.
Satz, H., 2002. Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior. COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS, 147(1-2), p 46-51.
H. Satz, “Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior”, COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS, vol. 147, 2002, pp. 46-51.
Satz, H.: Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior. COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS. 147, 46-51 (2002).
Satz, Helmut. “Cluster percolation and thermal critical behavior”. COMPUTER PHYSICS COMMUNICATIONS 147.1-2 (2002): 46-51.
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