Maximum Entropy Analysis of Disordered Droplet Patterns

Abstract : A maximum entropy description is developed for disordered planar patterns of droplets and applied to the analysis of such patterns formed in a two-dimensional binary mixture during late-stage coarsening. Global correlations, arising from local "packing" constraints, are shown to produce a virtually symmetric shape of the scaled droplet radius distribution. The examination of geometrical and topological pattern statistics reveals a prominent role of screening at short distance, both of domain area fluctuations, as well as of topological charge.
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Clément Sire, Michael Seul. Maximum Entropy Analysis of Disordered Droplet Patterns. Journal de Physique I, EDP Sciences, 1995, 5, pp.97. ⟨10.1051/jp1:1995117⟩. ⟨hal-00123763⟩

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