2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11470-0_3
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Abstract: The exciting physics of quantum phase transitions has been explored extensively in the last few years [1,2]. The non-equilibrium dynamics of a quantum system when quenched very fast [3] or slowly across a quantum critical point [4,5] has attracted the attention of several groups recently. The possibility of experimental realizations of quantum dynamics in spin-1 Bose condensates [6] and atoms trapped in optical lattices [7,8] has led to an upsurge in studies of related theoretical models [3,4,5,9,10,11,12,13,1… Show more

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“…Both the fast as well as the KZ scalings have extensively been investigated in explicitly solvable models either in the continuum or on the lattice. See [1,[13][14][15][16] for studies in the continuum and [17][18][19] for some lattice examples. In all of the field theoretic examples exhibiting the KZ scalings, investigations have been limited to Hamiltonia which can be quadraticized, else in scenarios involving one ( or more ) critical point(s), and thereby in certain cases using the CFT technology.…”
Section: Jhep07(2020)107mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…2 JHEP07(2020)107 The green and red corresponds to the case, g f − g i < 10 −7.18 while the orange and the blue curves corresponds to g f − g i > 10 −7. 18 . The critical amplitude depends on the rate δt.…”
Section: Breaking-restoring Transitionmentioning
confidence: 99%