Monte Carlo simulation of Ising models with dipole interaction

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NOWAK, Ulrich, Alfred HUCHT, 1994. Monte Carlo simulation of Ising models with dipole interaction. In: Journal of Applied Physics. 76(10), pp. 6341-6343. Available under: doi: 10.1063/1.358260

@article{Nowak1994Monte-4776, title={Monte Carlo simulation of Ising models with dipole interaction}, year={1994}, doi={10.1063/1.358260}, number={10}, volume={76}, journal={Journal of Applied Physics}, pages={6341--6343}, author={Nowak, Ulrich and Hucht, Alfred} }

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