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Title: Anisotropic finite-size scaling analysis of a two-dimensional driven diffusive system
Authors: Wang, J.-S. 
Keywords: Anisotropic finite-size scaling
Computer simulations
Driven diffusive systems
Non-equilibrium phase transitions
Issue Date: Mar-1996
Citation: Wang, J.-S. (1996-03). Anisotropic finite-size scaling analysis of a two-dimensional driven diffusive system. Journal of Statistical Physics 82 (5-6) : 1409-1427. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The standard two-dimensional uniformly driven diffusive model is simulated extensively for much larger systems with a multi-spin coding technique. The nonequilibrium phase transition is analyzed with anisotropic finite-size scaling both at the critical point and off the critical point. The field-theoretic values of critical exponents fit the data well at and above Tc. Below Tc the scaling is rather difficult and the results are not conclusive.
Source Title: Journal of Statistical Physics
ISSN: 00224715
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