MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL

Neuhaus T (1994)
In: NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV: 667-670.

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We present a new and exploratory approach to determine the DELTAbeta(beta)-shift in the O(3) nonlinear sigma-model. The method is based on a scaling hypothesis for a free energy difference, which is assumed to be valid in a situation where the mass gap correlation length xi is of the order or larger than the linear extent L of the considered square lattice sizes. The free energy difference arises from the finite volume constraint effective potential bf the theory. While the constraint effective potential is calculated in numerical simulations employing a variant of the multicanonical ensemble on medium sized lattices, it is possible to estimate DELTAbeta(beta) up to a value of beta = 2.8 in the standard parameterization of the model.
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Neuhaus T. MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL. In: NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV; 1994: 667-670.
Neuhaus, T. (1994). MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, 667-670.
Neuhaus, T. (1994). “MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL” in NUCLEAR PHYSICS B (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV), 667-670.
Neuhaus, T., 1994. MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL. In NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, pp. 667-670.
T. Neuhaus, “MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL”, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B, ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1994, pp.667-670.
Neuhaus, T.: MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. p. 667-670. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV (1994).
Neuhaus, Thomas. “MULTICANONICAL STUDY OF D = 2 O(3) NONLINEAR SIGMA-MODEL”. NUCLEAR PHYSICS B. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 1994. 667-670.
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