Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters

, Volume 9, Issue 6–7, pp 530–540 | Cite as

A new parallel algorithm for simulation of spin glasses on scales of space-time periods of external fields with consideration of relaxation effects

  • A. S. Gevorkyan
  • H. G. Abajyan
Physics of Solid State and Condensed Matter


We have investigated the statistical properties of an ensemble of disordered 1D spatial spin chains (SSCs) of finite length, placed in an external field, with consideration of relaxation effects. The short-range interaction complex-classical Hamiltonian was first used for solving this problem. A system of recurrent equations is obtained on the nodes of the spin-chain lattice. An efficient mathematical algorithm is developed on the basis of these equations with consideration of advanced Sylvester conditions which allows one to step by step construct a huge number of stable spin chains in parallel. The distribution functions of different parameters of spin glass system are constructed from first principles by analyzing the calculation results of the 1D SSCs ensemble. It is shown that the behaviors of different distributions parameters are quite different even at weak external fields. The ensemble energy and constants of spin-spin interactions are being changed smoothly depending on the external field in the limit of statistical equilibrium, while some of them such as the mean value of polarizations of the ensemble and parameters of its orderings are frustrated. We have also studied some critical properties of the ensemble such as catastrophes in the Clausius-Mossotti equation depending on the value of the external field. We have shown that the generalized complex-classical approach excludes these catastrophes, which allows one to organize continuous parallel computing on the whole region of values of the external field including critical points. A new representation of the partition function is suggested based on these investigations. Being opposite to the usual definition, it is a complex function and its derivatives are everywhere defined, including at critical points.


External Field Parallel Algorithm Spin Chain Spin Glass Nucleus Letter 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Informatics and Automation ProblemsNAS of ArmeniaYerevanArmenia
  2. 2.Joint Institute for Nuclear ResearchDubnaRussia

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