Data and scripts from: Nontrivial critical fixed point for replica-symmetry-breaking transitions

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  • The transformation of the free-energy landscape from smooth to hierarchical is one of the richest features of mean-field disordered systems. A well-studied example is the de Almeida–Thouless transition for spin glasses in a magnetic field, and a similar phenomenon--the Gardner transition--has recently been predicted for structural glasses. The existence of these replica-symmetry-breaking phase transitions has, however, long been questioned below their upper critical dimension, d(u)=6. Here, we obtain evidence for the existence of these transitions in d
    PLEASE NOTE: As of 06-06-2017, the data and scripts for Figure 2a, 2b, and 2c have been superseded subsequent to initial data publication. Revised data and scripts are noted as such, and represent the most current version of the data that should be used to replicate the findings presented within the Physical Review Letters article (118, 215701) ... [Read More]

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  • Charbonneau, P. and Yaida, S. (2016). Data and scripts from: Nontrivial critical fixed point for replica-symmetry-breaking transitions. Duke Digital Repository. https://doi.org/doi:10.7924/G86Q1V5C
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2 10.7924/r4cf9ns11 Dataset originally included data for figures that were superseded subsequent to initial publication. V2 represents most current iteration of the dataset with revised figures. 2018-10-08
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