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By D.R. Croft, David G. Lilley

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A, we deﬁne the partition functions Z = exp −U (ξ ) , ξ∈ Z∗ = exp −U (ξ ) . ξ∈ ∗ ξ∈ ∗ If A ∈ C we deﬁne also Z ∗ (A) = where, for each ξ ∈ ξ ∗| = ξ . * ∗ A(τ x ξ ∗ ), exp x∈ , an arbitrary choice of ξ ∗ ∈ [(|X | + 1)/2] is the integer part of (|X | + 1)/2. has been made so that 36 Translation invariance. Theory of equilibrium states Let P = | |−1 log Z , then d P dt +t = Z −U (ξ ) exp −U | | −1 +t ξ∈ +t (ξ ) , and therefore | | d2 P( dt 2 +t ) t=0 −2 = Z ξ∈ η∈ 1 2 2 U (ξ ) − U (η) exp −U (ξ ) − U (η) 0.

33) ρ ξ∈ (b),n {ξ } log ρ (b),n {ξ } (b) lim sup lim sup | (b)|−1 | (an )|−1 b→∞ n→∞ S(α (b)+x μ( (an )) ) x: (b)+x⊂ (an ) lim sup | (an )|−1 S(μ( n→∞ (an )) ). 34) we obtain s(ρ) + ρ(A ) lim | (an )|−1 n→∞ ξ∈ (an )) {ξ } log (an ) = P(A ). 30) when A = A , ∈ A0 . 30) are continuous in A, this relation holds, by density, for all A ∈ C . 28) holds. 29). 28) that s(σ ) P(A) − σ (A), and it remains to show that by proper choice of A the right-hand side becomes as close as desired to s(σ ). Let C = {(σ, t) ∈ C ∗ × R : σ ∈ I and 0 t s(σ )}.

22) Theorem 43 The increase follows directly from the monotonicity of the logarithm. 22) we shall use the inequality − log(1/t) t − 1. We have S(α 1∪ 2 σ ) + S(α 1∩ 2 =− ξ∈ ξξ ξ = ξξ 1∩ 2 ξ∈ 1/ 2 σ ) − S(α 1 σ ) − S(α 2 σ ) σξ ∨ξ ∨ξ σξ σξ ∨ξ ∨ξ log σξ ∨ξ σξ ∨ξ ξ ∈ / 2 1 σξ ∨ξ ∨ξ σξ ∨ξ σξ ∨ξ −1 σξ ∨ξ ∨ξ σξ σξ ∨ξ σξ σξ ∨ξ − ξ σξ ∨ξ ∨ξ = ξξ ξ σξ ∨ξ − 1 = 0. 9 Inﬁnite limit in the sense of van Hove We say that the ﬁnite sets ⊂ Zν tend to inﬁnity in the sense of van Hove (and we write ∞) if | | → ∞ and, for each a ∈ Zν , |( + a)/ | → 0.