We simulate the Ising model on dynamical quadrangulations using a generalization of the flip move for triangulations with two aims: firstly, as a confirmation of universality for the KPZ/DDK exponents of the Ising phase transition, worthwhile in view of some recent surprises with other sorts of dynamical lattices; secondly, to investigate the transition of the Ising anti-ferromagnet on a dynamical loosely packed (bipartite) lattice. In the latter case we show that it is still possible to define a staggered magnetization and observe the anti-ferromagnetic analogue of the transition.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Physics Letters B|
|Publication status||Published - 1995|