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    Title: Hidden Conservation Law for Sandpile Models
    Authors: S.-C. Lee;W.-J. Tzeng
    Teacher: 李世昌
    Date: 1992
    Publisher: American Physical Society
    Relation: PHYSICAL REVIEW A, American Physical Society, Volume 45, Issue 2, JAN 15 1992, Pages 1253-1254
    Keywords: Conservation Law
    Sandpile Models
    Abstract: We point out that in certain classes of sandpile models, there exist conserved quantities, modulo the largest period of the system, under the toppling rule. In the deterministic case, explicit construction of such conserved quantities allows the exact solution of the models. With random seeding, the conservation laws also provide nontrivial informtion about the system.
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