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Exact ground-state properties of disordered Ising systems

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ESSER, J., Ulrich NOWAK, Klaus-Dieter USADEL, 1997. Exact ground-state properties of disordered Ising systems. In: Physical Review B. 55(9), pp. 5866-5872. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.55.5866

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