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|Grassmann techniques applied to classical spin systems|
|Clusel M. and Fortin J.-Y.|
|Condensed Matter Physics 12 (2009) 463|
|ArXiv : arxiv:0905.1104 [PDF]|
We review problems involving the use of Grassmann techniques in the field of classical spin systems in two dimensions. These techniques are useful to perform exact correspondences between classical spin Hamiltonians and eld-theory fermionic actions. This contributes to a better understanding of critical behavior of these models in term of non-quadratic effective actions which can be seen as an extension of the free fermion Ising model. Within this method, identication of bare masses allows for an accurate estimation of critical points or lines and which is supported by Monte-Carlo results and diagrammatic techniques.