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Effect of Fluctuation in the Coupling Strength on Critical Dynamics of 1D Transverse Field Quantum Ising Model

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Effect of Fluctuation in the Coupling Strength on Critical Dynamics of 1D Transverse Field Quantum Ising Model
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International Journal of Theoretical Physics, December 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10773-019-04320-3
Authors

S. Y. Pang, S. V. Muniandy, M. Z. M. Kamali

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