Ian Jauslin: Liquid Crystals and the Heilmann-Lieb conjecture, 2017 http://ian.jauslin.org/publications/17j-ias
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This directory contains the source files to typeset the article, and generate the figures. This can be accomplished by running make This document uses a custom class file, located in the 'libs' directory, which defines a number of commands. Most of these are drop-in replacements for those defined in the 'article' class. Some extra functionality is provided in custom style files, located in the 'libs' directory. * Dependencies: pdflatex TeXlive packages: amsfonts color graphics hyperref latex marginnote pgf standalone GNU make python3 gnuplot * Files: Jauslin-IASletter_2017.tex: main LaTeX file libs: custom LaTeX class and style files figs: source code for the figures figs/pyrite.jpg: photo by: JJ Harrison https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pyrite_from_Ampliación_a_Victoria_Mine,_Navajún,_La_Rioja,_Spain_2.jpg licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ figs/dimer_example.fig/dimer_conf.py: this python script randomly generates a suitable dimer configuration for the figures interaction.pdf boundary.pdf bounding_loop.pdf and dimer_contour.pdf figs/atoms.fig/*.py: these python script randomly generate nematic, chiral nematic and liquid configurations, as well as a deterministic crystalline configuration.