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Heisenberg model (classical)
Additional recommended knowledge
It can be formulated as follows: take a d-dimensional lattice, and a set of spins of the unit length
each one placed on a lattice node.
The model is defined through the following Hamiltonian:
a coupling between spins.
The general mathematical formalism used to describe and solve the Heisenberg model and certain generalizations is developed in the article on the Potts model.
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