### Abstract

The conjecture that the scaling limit of the two-dimensional self-avoiding walk (SAW) in a half plane is given by the stochastic Loewner evolution (SLE) with [Formula presented] leads to explicit predictions about the SAW. A remarkable feature of these predictions is that they yield not just critical exponents but also probability distributions for certain random variables associated with the self-avoiding walk. We test two of these predictions with Monte Carlo simulations and find excellent agreement, thus providing numerical support to the conjecture that the scaling limit of the SAW is [Formula presented].

Original language | English (US) |
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Number of pages | 1 |

Journal | Physical Review Letters |

Volume | 88 |

Issue number | 13 |

DOIs | |

State | Published - Jan 1 2002 |

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**Monte Carlo Tests of Stochastic Loewner Evolution Predictions for the 2D Self-Avoiding Walk.** / Kennedy, Thomas G.

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T1 - Monte Carlo Tests of Stochastic Loewner Evolution Predictions for the 2D Self-Avoiding Walk

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N2 - The conjecture that the scaling limit of the two-dimensional self-avoiding walk (SAW) in a half plane is given by the stochastic Loewner evolution (SLE) with [Formula presented] leads to explicit predictions about the SAW. A remarkable feature of these predictions is that they yield not just critical exponents but also probability distributions for certain random variables associated with the self-avoiding walk. We test two of these predictions with Monte Carlo simulations and find excellent agreement, thus providing numerical support to the conjecture that the scaling limit of the SAW is [Formula presented].

AB - The conjecture that the scaling limit of the two-dimensional self-avoiding walk (SAW) in a half plane is given by the stochastic Loewner evolution (SLE) with [Formula presented] leads to explicit predictions about the SAW. A remarkable feature of these predictions is that they yield not just critical exponents but also probability distributions for certain random variables associated with the self-avoiding walk. We test two of these predictions with Monte Carlo simulations and find excellent agreement, thus providing numerical support to the conjecture that the scaling limit of the SAW is [Formula presented].

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