Self-avoiding surfaces in the 3d Ising model. Dotsenko, V. V., Picco, M., Windey, P., Harris, G., Martinec, E., & Marinari, E. *Nuclear Physics B*, 488(3):577, 1995. Paper doi abstract bibtex We examine the geometrical and topological properties of surfaces surrounding clusters in the 3d Ising model. For geometrical clusters at the percolation temperature and Fortuin-Kasteleyn clusters at T c , the number of surfaces of genus g and area A behaves as A x(g) e -$\mu$(g)A , with x approximately linear in g and $\mu$ constant. These scaling laws are the same as those we obtain for simulations of 3d bond percolation. We observe that cross sections of spin domain boundaries at T c decompose into a distribution N(l) of loops of length l that scales as l -$\tau$ with $\tau$ ∼ 2.2. We also present some new numerical results for 2d self-avoiding loops that we compare with analytic predictions. We address the prospects for a string-theoretic description of cluster boundaries. \textcopyright 1995.

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abstract = {We examine the geometrical and topological properties of surfaces surrounding clusters in the 3d Ising model. For geometrical clusters at the percolation temperature and Fortuin-Kasteleyn clusters at T c , the number of surfaces of genus g and area A behaves as A x(g) e -$\mu$(g)A , with x approximately linear in g and $\mu$ constant. These scaling laws are the same as those we obtain for simulations of 3d bond percolation. We observe that cross sections of spin domain boundaries at T c decompose into a distribution N(l) of loops of length l that scales as l -$\tau$ with $\tau$ ∼ 2.2. We also present some new numerical results for 2d self-avoiding loops that we compare with analytic predictions. We address the prospects for a string-theoretic description of cluster boundaries. {\textcopyright} 1995.},
author = {Dotsenko, V.S. VS and Picco, M. and Windey, P. and Harris, G. and Martinec, E. and Marinari, E.},
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volume = {488},
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