Kris's Research Notes

October 8, 2010

Marginal Distributions – Part 4

Filed under: Stat. Mech for SOS Model — Kris Reyes @ 3:55 pm

I reran the trials detailed in this post, but with an initial profile of the form

h_i = \begin{cases} 0 & i < 8 \\ 64\sin\left(\frac{2\pi}{48}(i-8)\right) & 8 \leq i \leq 56 \\ 0 & i > 56.\end{cases}

That is it is  flat near the boundaries and we have a compressed sine function in the middle (so that total mass is 0). Note we still get a discontinuity between i = 0 and i=1, but it is not as pronounced as before.

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  1. […] is, like in the previous post, but with an even more compressed sine function. The motivation behind this is to provide a buffer […]

    Pingback by Marginal Distributions – Part 5 « Kris's Research Notes — October 8, 2010 @ 4:05 pm


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