Elena Agliari, Adriano Barra, Raffaella Burioni, Federico Camboni, Pierluigi Contucci. Effective Interactions in Group Competition with Strategic Diffusive Dynamics

Natural Sciences / Physics / Condensed Matter Physics

Submitted on: Sep 07, 2012, 07:10:18

Description: We analyze, on a random graph, a diffusive strategic dynamics with pairwise interactions, where nor Glauber prescription, neither detailed balance hold. We observe numerically that such a dynamics reaches a well defined steady state that fulfills a shift property: the critical temperature of the canonical ferromagnetic phase transition is higher with respect to the expected equilibrium one, known both numerically via Glauber relaxation or Monte Carlo simulations as well as analytically via cavity techniques or replica approaches. We show how the relaxed states of this kind of dynamics can be described by statistical mechanics equilibria of a diluted p-spin model, for a suitable non-integer real p. Several implications from both theoretical physics and quantitative sociology points of view are discussed.

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