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Hi, guys.

I have tried to write a Wang-Landau JDoS algorithm to describe a magnetic perovskite with exchange interactions J1 = 1.66 and J2 = -1.16. Then, I have a simple question: in the WL algorithm, the obtained joint density of states must have all possible E x M microstates? Since the convergence criterion in WL is just the flatness test after some Monte Carlo steps (e.g., n * 10^6), it is not guaranteed that all microstates will be identified, correct???

I have tried to write a Wang-Landau JDoS algorithm to describe a magnetic perovskite with exchange interactions J1 = 1.66 and J2 = -1.16. Then, I have a simple question: in the WL algorithm, the obtained joint density of states must have all possible E x M microstates? Since the convergence criterion in WL is just the flatness test after some Monte Carlo steps (e.g., n * 10^6), it is not guaranteed that all microstates will be identified, correct???

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