- We consider methods of interpolating between the crystalline and dynamically triangulated random surface models. We argue that actions based on the deviation from six of the coordination number at a site are inadequate and propose an alternative based on Alexander moves. Two simplified models, one of which has a phase transition and the other of which does not, are discussed.
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On the Transition from Crystalline to Dynamically Triangulated Surfaces
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