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By D. P. Landau, H.-B. Schüttler (auth.), Professor David P. Landau Ph.D., Professor Heinz-Bernd Schüttler Ph.D. (eds.)

More than a decade in the past, due to the out of the ordinary progress within the strength of laptop simulations, The college of Georgia shaped the 1st institutional unit dedicated to using simulations in learn and instructing: the heart for Simulational Physics. because the simulations group accelerated extra, we sensed a necessity for a gathering position for either skilled simulators and neophytes to debate new recommendations and up to date leads to an atmosphere which promoted prolonged dialogue. thus, the heart for Simulational Physics tested an annual workshop on contemporary advancements in machine Simulation reviews in Condensed subject Physics. This year's workshop used to be the 11th during this sequence, and the curiosity proven through the clinical neighborhood demonstrates fairly basically the necessary objective which the sequence has served. the most recent workshop used to be held on the collage of Georgia, February 23-27, 1998, and those lawsuits supply a "status file" on a few vital subject matters. This quantity is released with the target of well timed dissemination of the cloth to a much wider viewers. we want to supply a different because of IBM company for his or her beneficiant aid of this year's workshop. This quantity includes either invited papers and contributed displays on difficulties in either classical and quantum condensed subject physics. we are hoping that every reader will make the most of really good effects in addition to take advantage of publicity to new algorithms, equipment of study, and conceptual advancements. Athens, GA, U. S. A. D. P. Landau April 1998 H-B.

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Huse. Phys. Rev. B, 40:10801, (1989). 36 Overlap Barrier Calculations for Spin Glasses Bernd A. Berg Department of Physics, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306, USA and Supercomputer Computations Research Institute, Tallahassee, FL 32306, USA Abstract. A novel method for numerical numerical spin glass investigations is described: Simulations of two replica at fixed temperature, weighted such that a broad distribution of the Parisi overlap parameter q is achieved. Canonical expectation values for the entire q-range (multi-overlap) follow by re-weighting and allow a calculation of spin glass tunneling barriers.

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