By de Carvalho Bezerra S., Tindel S.
During this be aware, we think of a SK (Sherrington-Kirkpatrick)-type version on ℤ d for d≥1, weighted via a functionality permitting to any unmarried spin to engage with a small share of the opposite ones. within the thermodynamical restrict, we examine the equivalence of this version with the standard SK spin approach, during the research of the fluctuations of the loose strength.
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