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I just read a question about the Ising model, and this reminds me of an old interrogation I had long ago. It is simply that:

The Ising model deals with spins interacting only with close neighbors.

I would be interested in a model where all spins interact with each other in exactly the same way.

Would you know if that has been studied, and if there are some references?

Thanks!

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# Ising model, same interaction with all spins

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