Title: Classical spin glass system in external field with taking into account relaxation effects

We study statistical properties of disordered spin systems under the influence of an external field with taking into account relaxation effects. For description of system the spatial 1D Heisenberg spin-glass Hamiltonian is used. In addition, we suppose that interactions occur between nearest-neighboring spins and they are random. Exact solutions which define angular configuration of the spin in nodes were obtained from the equations of stationary points of Hamiltonian and the corresponding conditions for the energy local minimum. On the basis of these recurrent solutions an effective parallel algorithm is developed for simulation of stabile spin-chains of an arbitrary length. It is shown that by way of an independent order of N{sup 2} numerical simulations (where N is number of spin in each chain) it is possible to generate ensemble of spin-chains, which is completely ergodic which is equivalent to full self-averaging of spin-chains' vector polarization. Distributions of different parameters (energy, average polarization by coordinates, and spin-spin interaction constant) of unperturbed system are calculated. In particular, analytically is proved and numerically is shown, that for the Heisenberg nearest-neighboring Hamiltonian model, the distribution of spin-spin interaction constants as opposed to widely used Gauss-Edwards-Anderson distribution satisfies Levy alpha-stable distribution law. This distribution ismore » nonanalytic function and does not have variance. In the work we have in detail studied critical properties of an ensemble depending on value of external field parameters (from amplitude and frequency) and have shown that even at weak external fields the spin-glass systemis strongly frustrated. It is shown that frustrations have fractal behavior, they are selfsimilar and do not disappear at scale decreasing of area. By the numerical computation is shown that the average polarization of spin-glass on a different coordinates can have values which can lead to catastrophes in the equation ofClausius-Mossotti for dielectric constant. In other words, for some values of external field parameter, a critical phenomenon occurs in the system which is impossible to describe by the real-valued Heisenberg spin-glass Hamiltonian. For the solution of this problem at first the complex-valued disordered Hamiltonian is used. Physically this type of extension of Hamiltonian allows to consider relaxation effects which occur in the system under the influence of an external field. On the basis of developed approach an effective parallel algorithm is developed for simulation of statistic parameters of spin-glass system under the influence of an external field.« less

NAS of Armenia, Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems (Armenia)

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22212675

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Journal Article

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Journal Name: Physics of Atomic Nuclei; Journal Volume: 76; Journal Issue: 8; Other Information: Copyright (c) 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.; http://www.springer-ny.com; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)