Universality of critically pinned interfaces in 2-dimensional isotropic random media.
Based on extensive simulations, we conjecture that critically pinned interfaces in 2-dimensional isotropic random media with short range correlations are always in the universality class of ordinary percolation. Thus, in contrast to interfaces in %CONTENT%gt;2$ dimensions, there is no distinction between fractal (i.e., percolative) and rough but non-fractal interfaces. Our claim includes interfaces in zero-temperature random field Ising models (both with and without spontaneous nucleation), in heterogeneous bootstrap percolation, and in susceptible-weakened-infected-removed (SWIR) epidemics. It does not include models with long range correlations in the randomness, and models where overhangs are explicitly forbidden (which would imply non-isotropy of the medium).
Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.02904
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