An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter

Atkin MR, Zohren S (2012)
Physics Letters B 712(4-5): 445-450.

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We consider a model of restricted dimers coupled to two-dimensional Causal Dynamical Triangulations (CDT), where the dimer configurations are restricted in the sense that they do not include dimers in regions of high curvature. It is shown how the model can be solved analytically using bijections with decorated trees. At a negative critical value for the dimer fugacity the model undergoes a phase transition at which the critical exponent associated to the geometry changes. This represents the first account of an analytical study of a matter model with two-dimensional interactions coupled to CDT. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Atkin MR, Zohren S. An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter. Physics Letters B. 2012;712(4-5):445-450.
Atkin, M. R., & Zohren, S. (2012). An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter. Physics Letters B, 712(4-5), 445-450.
Atkin, M. R., and Zohren, S. (2012). An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter. Physics Letters B 712, 445-450.
Atkin, M.R., & Zohren, S., 2012. An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter. Physics Letters B, 712(4-5), p 445-450.
M.R. Atkin and S. Zohren, “An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter”, Physics Letters B, vol. 712, 2012, pp. 445-450.
Atkin, M.R., Zohren, S.: An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter. Physics Letters B. 712, 445-450 (2012).
Atkin, Max R., and Zohren, Stefan. “An analytical analysis of CDT coupled to dimer-like matter”. Physics Letters B 712.4-5 (2012): 445-450.
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