The Monte Carlo Simulation

This simulation is used for the Chiral Clock Model.

↑ back to top ↑
Integrable Chiral Potts Model

This model was found to lie on a high genus curve.

More details are in the following talk

Integrable Chiral Potts Model:
Its history and relation with Mathematics
Helen Au-Yang and Jacques H. H. Perk

February 15, 2009, ANU Canberra, Australia

where the Boltzmann weights of the Chiral Potts model are given in product form. They satisfied
the Star-Triangle relations and are therefore integrable. Its relation to six-vertex models and the
representation of the Quantum groups are also briefly described. The transfer matrices also satisfy
certain relations, which are called functional relations. These relations are very important which can
be used to obtain the specific heat of the Chiral Potts model.

↑ back to top ↑
Super-integrable Chiral Potts Model

The superintegrable model is a special case of the chiral Potts, with Ising-like spectrums.
The following talks elaborate on the model:

Eigenvectors for the Superintegrable Chiral
Potts model
Helen Au-Yang and Jacques H. H. Perk

January 18 & 19, 2010, Stony Brook

Eigenvectors for the Superintegrable Chiral
Potts Model II
Helen Au-Yang and Jacques H. H. Perk

January 18 & 19, 2010, Stony Brook

Spontaneous Magnetization in the Integrable
Chiral Potts Model: Two Different Approaches
Helen Au-Yang and Jacques H. H. Perk,

January 20, 2010, Stony Brook

Spontaneous Magnetization in the Integrable
Chiral Potts Model: Cracking the Determinant
Rodney Baxter, Presented by Helen Au-Yang

January 21, 2010, Stony Brook

↑ back to top ↑