Attempt to solve spin system by computational method: Impact of Self-Sustained Clusters (SSC) on spin glass

Shun Hang Wittiem TSE

Research output: Other contributionHonours Projects (HP)

Abstract

In this report, I am going to describe my work, result and discussion on the honours project in semester two of the academic year 2020-2021. The objective of the project is to attempt to solve the existing spin system by the selected computational method.

The report starts with introducing the background of spin system, computational method and the objective and expected results that show the reason and motivation for doing the project. Then, the platform and environment the project is used for development and runtime are reviewed. The introduction part will give a brief look and guide to the way the project works practically. Then, the theory and Definition of the related topic are reviewed because there is a need to cover the theory, definition and some unknown in the existing theory. After introducing the theory, the report will cover the method of study that transforms the theories into a computer simulation. As well as the way the experiment is conducted. The experiment aims to test in the project to see firstly if the self-sustained clusters existed in SK spin glass model and secondly to see if the self-sustained clusters do affect the spin glass.

In this part, I will also show how the equation works and transform it into the simplified equation that works in a computer simulation. In the Result and Discussion part, I will discuss the result the project found and the effect which may solve the existing problems. The project tries to explore the impact of Self-Sustained Clusters (SSC) on the ising spin glass system.

In the conclusion part, the research progress of the project is reviewed. The Future Work is suggested in further development of the project in the coming times.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Honours Project (HP)
  • Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Science) (Five-year Full-time)
  • Programme code: A5B085
  • Course code: SCG4025

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