We use Monte Carlo simulation to study the phase diagram of three-dimensional dynamical triangulations with a boundary. Three phases are indentified and characterized. One of these phases is a new, boundary dominated phase; a simple argument is presented to explain its existence. First-order transitions are shown to occur along the critical lines separating phases.
Catterall, Simon; Warner, Simeon; and Renken, Ray, "Phase Diagram of Three-Dimensional Dynamical Triangulations with a Boundary" (2000). Physics. 477.
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