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7 the weights are now more complicated but still depend only on the graph topology. They can be computed in a number of (equivalent) ways, each of which can be computerized: r By direct enumeration of overlaps of disconnected bare graphs. r By a ‘finite cluster method’, whereby the partition function for the graph is computed and the weight of proper sub-graphs subtracted. 7. r By the so-called ‘complete-term method’ (Domb, 1970; Sykes and Hunter, 1974). 8 we give the graphs which contribute to order v 6 with weights and lattice constants, again for the triangular lattice.
14. 5973 15. 18 − 2v 6 + . . 16. 12 v5 v6 − 2v 6 + . . 9. Graphs and weights for star graph expansions for the inverse susceptibility χ −1 . Graph Lattice constant Weight 1. 1 1 2. 3 − 2v + 2v 2 − 2v 3 + 2v 4 − 2v 5 + 2v 6 + . . 3. 2 6v 3 − 12v 4 + 12v 5 − 6v 6 + . . 4. 3 8v 4 − 16v 5 + 16v 6 + . . 5. 6 10v 5 − 20v 6 + . . 6. 15 12v 6 + . . 7. 3 − 8v 5 + 4v 6 + . . 8. 12 − 8v 6 + . . 6 More on Ising models 47 the graphs to order v 6 , together with their weights and lattice constants for the triangular lattice.
58) and is thus not represented exactly as a [T /M, L] approximant. However we would expect good convergence as the degree of the approximant increases. 2. It is left as an exercise for the reader to show that f 1 exactly satisfies a homogeneous second-order differential equation with polynomial coefficients, and is represented exactly by an approximant [−1/1,2,2]. Turning now to test function f 2 , the task is to evaluate the series at the singular point x = 1, from a knowledge of the first 15 terms.