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Renormalization group study of the Hamiltonian version of the Potts model

F. IgloМЃi

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Published
**1982**
by Central Research Institute for Physics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | (by) F. Iglói (and) J. Sólyom. 3, improved results for larger cells. |

Series | KFKI -- 1982-51 |

Contributions | Sólyom, J, Magyar Tudományos Akadémia. KözpontiFizikai Kutató Intézet. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | (2), 13 p. |

Number of Pages | 13 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19956128M |

ISBN 10 | 9633719372 |

This book provides a coherent exposition of the techniques underlying these calculations. After reminding the reader of some basic properties of field theories, examples are used to explain the problems to be treated. Then the technique of dimensional regularization and the renormalization group. Finally a number of key applications are treated. occurs, an approximate renormalization scheme is derived. The scheme is applied to a number of systems (the paradigm Hamiltonian of Escande and Doveil, the Walker and Ford model, a model of the ethane molecule, the double pendulum, the Baggott system, Author: Mikhail Pronine.

The Renormalization Group provides a unifying tool to study quantum gravity approaches: Bridging the gap between microscopic and macroscopic scales, it can be used in two directions in quantum gravity: On the one hand, following the Renormalization Group flow towards high momentum scales allows us to test the consistency of the asymptotic safety scenario for quantum gravity. Now suppose one wants to study physics at scales q ˝. Here might be of order the Planck mass, GeV, and q might be of order GeV. Choose a number b.

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A one-step real-space renormalization group (RSRG) transformation is used to study the ferromagnetic (FM) Potts model on the two-dimensional (2D) octagonal quasi-periodic tiling (OQT). The critical exponents of the correlation length in theq=1,2,3,4 cases and the crtitical surface of the Ising model are obtained.

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