MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS

BERG BA, Neuhaus T (1992)
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 68(1): 9-12.

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Relying on the recently proposed multicanonical algorithm, we present a numerical simulation of the first-order phase transition in the 2D 10-state Potts model on lattices up to sizes 100 x 100. It is demonstrated that the new algorithm lacks an exponentially fast increase of the tunneling time between metastable states as a function of the linear size L of the system. Instead, the tunneling time diverges approximately proportional to L 2.65. On our largest lattice we gain more than 2 orders of magnitude as compared to a standard heat-bath algorithm. As a first physical application we report a high-precision computation of the interfacial free energy per unit area.
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BERG BA, Neuhaus T. MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 1992;68(1):9-12.
BERG, B. A., & Neuhaus, T. (1992). MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 68(1), 9-12.
BERG, B. A., and Neuhaus, T. (1992). MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 68, 9-12.
BERG, B.A., & Neuhaus, T., 1992. MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 68(1), p 9-12.
B.A. BERG and T. Neuhaus, “MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, vol. 68, 1992, pp. 9-12.
BERG, B.A., Neuhaus, T.: MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 68, 9-12 (1992).
BERG, BA, and Neuhaus, Thomas. “MULTICANONICAL ENSEMBLE - A NEW APPROACH TO SIMULATE 1ST-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS”. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 68.1 (1992): 9-12.
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