Partition function zeros and leading-order scaling correction of the 3D Ising model from multicanonical simulations
The density of states for the three-dimensional Ising model is calculated with high precision by means of multicanonical simulations. This allows us to estimate the leading partition function zeros for lattice sizes up to L = 32. We have evaluated the critical exponent ν and the correction to scaling through an analysis of a multi-parameter fit and of the Bulirsch-Stoer (BST) extrapolation algorithm. The performance of the BST algorithm is also explored in case of the 2D Ising model, where the exact partition function zeros are known.
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General
Drugowich De Felicio, J.,
Partition function zeros and leading-order scaling correction of the 3D Ising model from multicanonical simulations.
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General,
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