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L. De Luca

Gamma-convergence analysis for discrete topological singularities: the anisotropic triangular lattice and the long range interaction energy

created by deluca on 30 Nov 2013
modified on 29 Oct 2016

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Inserted: 30 nov 2013
Last Updated: 29 oct 2016

Journal: Asymptot. Anal.
Volume: 96
Number: 3
Pages: 185-221
Year: 2016

Abstract:

We consider 2D discrete systems, described by scalar functions and governed by periodic interaction potentials. We focus on anisotropic nearest neighbors interactions in the hexagonal lattice and on isotropic long range interactions in the square lattice. In both these cases, we perform a complete Gamma-convergence analysis of the energy induced by a configuration of discrete topological singularities. This analysis allows to prove the existence of many metastable configurations of singularities in the hexagonal lattice.

Keywords: Gamma-convergence, calculus of variations, dislocations


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