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= Tutorial title =
 
 
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
This tutorial covers
 
This tutorial covers
  
* something
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* understanding a MC code for the Ising model
* something else
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* running the code and compute some simple observables
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* using the reweighting method
  
 
== Content ==  
 
== Content ==  
  
=== Understanding the MC code  ===
 
  
In this first the tutorial on the Ising model you have to understand (and debug) a MC code. Some key parts of the code are missing, and will be added during the tutorial.
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In this first tutorial on the Ising model you have to understand and run a MC code. Some key parts of the code are also missing, and have to be written during the tutorial. Within this tutorial some preliminary data analysis will also be performed (visual inspection of different phases, computation of magnatization vs. temperature in a couple of cases, use of the reweighting technique to compute the specific heat as a function of temperature)
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
  
Here you can download everything and don't have to work anymore ....
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* {{Download|T3w.pdf|Worksheet for the third tutorial}}
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* {{Download|Ising.tgz|Source code|tar}}

Latest revision as of 08:13, 3 May 2007

Overview

This tutorial covers

  • understanding a MC code for the Ising model
  • running the code and compute some simple observables
  • using the reweighting method

Content

In this first tutorial on the Ising model you have to understand and run a MC code. Some key parts of the code are also missing, and have to be written during the tutorial. Within this tutorial some preliminary data analysis will also be performed (visual inspection of different phases, computation of magnatization vs. temperature in a couple of cases, use of the reweighting technique to compute the specific heat as a function of temperature)

Resources