### Resumen

The Gibbs measures of an interaction can behave chaotically as the temperature drops to zero. We observe that for some classical lattice systems there are interactions exhibiting a related phenomenon of sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures: An arbitrarily small perturbation of the interaction can produce significant changes in the low-temperature behavior of its Gibbs measures. For some one-dimensional XY models we exhibit sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures for a (nearest-neighbor) interaction given by a smooth function, and for perturbations that are small in the smooth category. We also exhibit sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures for an interaction on a classical lattice system with finite-state space. This interaction decreases exponentially as a function of the distance between sites; it is given by a Lipschitz continuous potential in the configuration space. The perturbations are small in the Lipschitz topology. As a by-product we solve some problems stated by Chazottes and Hochman.

Idioma original | English |
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Páginas (desde-hasta) | 1658-1683 |

Número de páginas | 26 |

Publicación | Journal of Statistical Physics |

Volumen | 160 |

N.º | 6 |

DOI | |

Estado | Published - 14 sep 2015 |

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- Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
- Mathematical Physics

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*Journal of Statistical Physics*,

*160*(6), 1658-1683. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10955-015-1288-8

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*Journal of Statistical Physics*, vol. 160, n.º 6, pp. 1658-1683. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10955-015-1288-8

**Sensitive Dependence of Gibbs Measures at Low Temperatures.** / Coronel, Daniel; Rivera-Letelier, Juan.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Sensitive Dependence of Gibbs Measures at Low Temperatures

AU - Coronel, Daniel

AU - Rivera-Letelier, Juan

PY - 2015/9/14

Y1 - 2015/9/14

N2 - The Gibbs measures of an interaction can behave chaotically as the temperature drops to zero. We observe that for some classical lattice systems there are interactions exhibiting a related phenomenon of sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures: An arbitrarily small perturbation of the interaction can produce significant changes in the low-temperature behavior of its Gibbs measures. For some one-dimensional XY models we exhibit sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures for a (nearest-neighbor) interaction given by a smooth function, and for perturbations that are small in the smooth category. We also exhibit sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures for an interaction on a classical lattice system with finite-state space. This interaction decreases exponentially as a function of the distance between sites; it is given by a Lipschitz continuous potential in the configuration space. The perturbations are small in the Lipschitz topology. As a by-product we solve some problems stated by Chazottes and Hochman.

AB - The Gibbs measures of an interaction can behave chaotically as the temperature drops to zero. We observe that for some classical lattice systems there are interactions exhibiting a related phenomenon of sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures: An arbitrarily small perturbation of the interaction can produce significant changes in the low-temperature behavior of its Gibbs measures. For some one-dimensional XY models we exhibit sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures for a (nearest-neighbor) interaction given by a smooth function, and for perturbations that are small in the smooth category. We also exhibit sensitive dependence of Gibbs measures for an interaction on a classical lattice system with finite-state space. This interaction decreases exponentially as a function of the distance between sites; it is given by a Lipschitz continuous potential in the configuration space. The perturbations are small in the Lipschitz topology. As a by-product we solve some problems stated by Chazottes and Hochman.

KW - Lattice system

KW - Low-temperature Gibbs measure

KW - XY models

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U2 - 10.1007/s10955-015-1288-8

DO - 10.1007/s10955-015-1288-8

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JO - Journal of Statistical Physics

JF - Journal of Statistical Physics

SN - 0022-4715

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