High-order Fuchsian equations for the square lattice Ising model: χ(6)

S Boukraa, S Hassani, I Jensen, J-M Maillard, N Zenine
2010 Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical  
This paper deals with $\tilde{\chi}^{(6)}$, the six-particle contribution to the magnetic susceptibility of the square lattice Ising model. We have generated, modulo a prime, series coefficients for $\tilde{\chi}^{(6)}$. The length of the series is sufficient to produce the corresponding Fuchsian linear differential equation (modulo a prime). We obtain the Fuchsian linear differential equation that annihilates the "depleted" series $\Phi^{(6)}=\tilde{\chi}^{(6)} - {2 \over 3} \tilde{\chi}^{(4)}
more » ... \tilde{\chi}^{(4)} + {2 \over 45} \tilde{\chi}^{(2)}$. The factorization of the corresponding differential operator is performed using a method of factorization modulo a prime introduced in a previous paper. The "depleted" differential operator is shown to have a structure similar to the corresponding operator for $\tilde{\chi}^{(5)}$. It splits into factors of smaller orders, with the left-most factor of order six being equivalent to the symmetric fifth power of the linear differential operator corresponding to the elliptic integral $E$. The right-most factor has a direct sum structure, and using series calculated modulo several primes, all the factors in the direct sum have been reconstructed in exact arithmetics.
doi:10.1088/1751-8113/43/11/115201 fatcat:3xha3siqgvcnrjvyo76mz4kdvy