Out-of-equilibrium Monte Carlo simulations of a classical gas with Bose- Einstein statistics
MD Martinez and M Giuliano and M Hoyuelos, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 102, 062125 (2020).
Algorithms to determine transition probabilities in Monte Carlo simulations are tested using a system of classical particles with effective interactions which reproduce Bose-Einstein statistics. The system is appropriate for testing different Monte Carlo simulation methods in out-of-equilibrium situations since nonequivalent results are produced. We compare mobility numerical results obtained with transition probabilities derived from Glauber and Metropolis algorithms. Then, we compare these with a recent method, the interpolation algorithm, appropriate for nonequilibrium systems in homogeneous substrata and without phase transitions. The results of mobility obtained from the interpolation algorithm are qualitatively verified with molecular dynamics simulations for low concentrations.
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