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By Muller I.

Provides the background of thermodynamics. This ebook describes the lengthy improvement of thermodynamics. It identifies the well-known physicists who constructed the sector, and likewise engineers and scientists from different disciplines who helped within the improvement and unfold of thermodynamics.

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20) It is also possible to show that the simultaneous distribution of two different bonds is decoupled to the product of distributions of single bonds when K = Kp : P2 (E1 , E2 ) = [ δ(E1 − Jij Si Sj )δ(E2 − Jkl Sk Sl ) ] = P (E1 )P (E2 ). 21) The same holds for distributions of more than two bonds. 3). The same is true for the Gaussian model. 22) j can be evaluated exactly if K = Kp by the same method (Nishimori 1986a). 23) j j which is manifestly gauge invariant. We can therefore evaluate it as before under the condition K = Kp .

6. There are no loops of bonds on the Bethe lattice, so that removal of any single site breaks the system into independent trees. us assume that this is also true for the SK model in which the correlations of different sites are weak. We then have ˜i − h ˜ i \i )2 (h 1 ˜ i \ Si ) = P (h . 83) yields ˜i mi = tanh β h \i . 85) ˜ i \i . 87) Jij mj − Vi mi . 88) \i or, in terms of mi , ˜i h \i = j We then have to evaluate the variance of the local field Vi = Jij Jik ( Sj Sk j,k \i − Sj \i Sk \i ). 90) as N → ∞ as well as the independence of Jij and Jik (j = k).

3 One possibility is that the singular part of the internal energy happens to vanish on the Nishimori line. g. the free energy, specific heat, and magnetic susceptibility) should have singularities at the crossing point. In almost all cases investigated so far, this transition point on the Nishimori line is a multicritical point where paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, and spin glass phases merge. Similar arguments apply to the Gaussian model. The Nishimori line in this case is J0 /J 2 = β, from the cancellation condition of numerator and denominator as in the previous subsection.

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