Study of Frustrated Systems Via Dissipative Maps
We briefly describe a method for finding complex metastable states for frustrated classical systems, using a dissipative dynamical map. We show by example that this technique can give states which are very competitive in energy with the ground state, and with other, simpler states which are found by exhaustive search.
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