### Abstract

Using Wolff cluster flip Monte Carlo techniques, three and four state Potts models with random `strong' and `weak' ferromagnetic couplings on a square lattice with (1,0) surface are studied near the phase transition. Both surface and bulk critical properties are investigated. In particular, the critical exponents of the surface magnetization, β^{s}, are found to be close to that of the perfect model.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 710 |

Number of pages | 1 |

Journal | Computer Physics Communications |

Volume | 121 |

Publication status | Published - Sep 1999 |

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*Computer Physics Communications*,

*121*, 710.

**Monte Carlo simulations of two-dimensional random Potts models.** / Palagyi, G.; Iglói, F.

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*Computer Physics Communications*, vol. 121, pp. 710.

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T1 - Monte Carlo simulations of two-dimensional random Potts models

AU - Palagyi, G.

AU - Iglói, F.

PY - 1999/9

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N2 - Using Wolff cluster flip Monte Carlo techniques, three and four state Potts models with random `strong' and `weak' ferromagnetic couplings on a square lattice with (1,0) surface are studied near the phase transition. Both surface and bulk critical properties are investigated. In particular, the critical exponents of the surface magnetization, βs, are found to be close to that of the perfect model.

AB - Using Wolff cluster flip Monte Carlo techniques, three and four state Potts models with random `strong' and `weak' ferromagnetic couplings on a square lattice with (1,0) surface are studied near the phase transition. Both surface and bulk critical properties are investigated. In particular, the critical exponents of the surface magnetization, βs, are found to be close to that of the perfect model.

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