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Summary: We argue that chaotic size dependence is an intrinsic feature of the infinite-range Sherrington-Kirkpatrick (SK) model and should occur in short-range spin glasses if their low temperature behavior is analogous to that of the SK model. Chaotic size dependence offers a new way to distinguish, both numerically and theoretically, between the multistate picture of short-range spin glasses based on the SK model and the two-state picture based on scaling theories. For the entire collection see [Zbl 0811.00025
|60K40||Physical applications of random processes|
|82D30||Random media, disordered materials (statistical mechanics)|