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Variational principles for discrete maps

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Previous works have shown that arctic circle phenomenons and limiting behaviors of some integrable discrete systems can be explained by a variational principle. In this talk we will present the first results of the same type for a non-integrable discrete system: graph homomorphisms form Z^d to a regular tree. We will also explain how the technique used could be applied to other non-integrable models.

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