Extracting partition function zeros from Fukui-Todo simulations

Petro Sarkanych, Yurij Holovatch, Ralph Kenna, Taras Yavorskyi

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Abstract

The Fukui-Todo algorithm is an important element of the array of simulational approaches to tackling critical phenomena in statistical physics. The partition-function-zero approach is of fundamental importance to understand such phenomena and a precise tool to measure their properties. However, because the Fukui-Todo algorithm bypasses sample-by-sample energy computation, zeros cannot easily be harnessed through the energy distribution. Here this obstacle is overcome by a novel reweighting technique and zero-detection protocol. The efficacy of the approach is demonstrated in simple iconic models which feature transitions of both first and second order.

Original languageEnglish
Article number37003
JournalEPL (Europhysics Letters)
Volume135
Issue number3
Early online date13 Aug 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 Oct 2021

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