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Decimations for one- and two-dimensional Ising and rotator models. II. Continuous vs discrete symmetries

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We show how decimated Gibbs measures having unbroken continuous symmetry due to the Mermin–Wagner theorem, despite their discrete equivalents exhibiting phase transition, can still become non-Gibbsian. The mechanism rests on the occurrence of a spin-flop transition with a broken discrete symmetry, once the model is constrained by the decimated spins in a suitably chosen “bad” configuration.

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hal-04389578 , version 1 (11-01-2024)

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Matteo D’achille, Aernout van Enter, Arnaud Le Ny. Decimations for one- and two-dimensional Ising and rotator models. II. Continuous vs discrete symmetries. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 2022, 63 (12), ⟨10.1063/5.0103163⟩. ⟨hal-04389578⟩
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