Computer Experiment on Sublattice Dynamics of Antiferromagnetic Triangular Lattice Systems with 1/fn Fluctuations: Proposal of SSA for the Study of Frustrated Systems
This paper proposes SSA computer experiment for the study of frustrated systems. SSA consists of the following processes: (1) spins are successively deposited on a non-magnetic substrate of a defined lattice, (2) the deposited spins move to lower energy sites on the substrate and form spin aggregates, and (3) spin flipping occurs for obtaining the lowest energy of the aggregates. Although we can consider SSA as a kinetic model of actual phenomena e.g. adsorption of electrons on helium surface, we rather intend to use it here as a tool for the study of obtaining microscopic understanding of propagation of order in frustrated systems.
KeywordsDomain Boundary Triangular Lattice Honeycomb Structure Helium Surface Actual Phenomenon
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