After reviewing the general scaling properties of aging systems, we present a numerical study of the slow evolution induced in the zeta urn model by a quench from a high temperature to a lower one where a condensed equilibrium phase exists. By considering both one-time and two-time quantities we show that the features of the model fit into the general framework of aging systems. In particular, its behavior can be interpreted in terms of the simultaneous existence of equilibrated and aging degrees with different scaling properties.

Condensation and equilibration in an urn model

CORBERI, Federico;
2015-01-01

Abstract

After reviewing the general scaling properties of aging systems, we present a numerical study of the slow evolution induced in the zeta urn model by a quench from a high temperature to a lower one where a condensed equilibrium phase exists. By considering both one-time and two-time quantities we show that the features of the model fit into the general framework of aging systems. In particular, its behavior can be interpreted in terms of the simultaneous existence of equilibrated and aging degrees with different scaling properties.
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