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Physical Review Letters
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Role of irreversibility in stabilizing complex and nonergodic behavior in locally interacting discrete systems

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Abstract

Irreversibility stabilizes certain locally interacting discrete systems against the nucleation and growth of a most-stable phase, thereby enabling them to behave in a computationally complex and nonergodic manner over a set of positive measure in the parameter space of their local transition probabilities, unlike analogous reversible systems. © 1985 The American Physical Society.

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12 Aug 1985

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Physical Review Letters

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