Scale invariance and criticality in nuclear spectra

Revista Mexicana de Fisica (Impact Factor: 0.34). 01/2008; 55(3):48.
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A Detrended Fluctuation Analysis (DFA) method is applied to investigate the scaling properties of the energy fluctuations in the spectrum of 48Ca obtained with (a) a large realistic shell model calculation (ANTOINE code) and (b) with a random shell model (TBRE) calculation. We compare the scale invariant properties of the energy fluctuations with similar analyses applied to the RMT ensembles GOE and GDE. A comparison with the related power spectra calculations is made. The possible consequences of these results are discussed.

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