MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS

BERG BA, Neuhaus T (1991)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 267(2): 249-253.

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Monte Carlo simulations are discussed for systems of volume V = L(d) which undergo a first order phase transition in the finite volume limit. Conventional canonical, local Monte Carlo algorithms suffer from exponentially fast slowing down approximately V2 exp(cL(d-1)). Here we present a class of multicanonical Monte Carlo algorithms which can reduce the slowing down to a quadratic power law approximately V2.
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BERG BA, Neuhaus T. MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 1991;267(2):249-253.
BERG, B. A., & Neuhaus, T. (1991). MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 267(2), 249-253.
BERG, B. A., and Neuhaus, T. (1991). MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICS LETTERS B 267, 249-253.
BERG, B.A., & Neuhaus, T., 1991. MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 267(2), p 249-253.
B.A. BERG and T. Neuhaus, “MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 267, 1991, pp. 249-253.
BERG, B.A., Neuhaus, T.: MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 267, 249-253 (1991).
BERG, BA, and Neuhaus, Thomas. “MULTICANONICAL ALGORITHMS FOR 1ST ORDER PHASE-TRANSITIONS”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 267.2 (1991): 249-253.
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