Square lattice Ising model \tilde{\chi }^{(5)} ODE in exact arithmetic

B Nickel, I Jensen, S Boukraa, A J Guttmann, S Hassani, J-M Maillard, N Zenine
2010 Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical  
We obtain in exact arithmetic the order 24 linear differential operator $L_{24}$ and right hand side $E^{(5)}$ of the inhomogeneous equation$L_{24}(\Phi^{(5)}) = E^{(5)}$, where $\Phi^{(5)} =\tilde{\chi}^{(5)}-\tilde{\chi}^{(3)}/2+\tilde{\chi}^{(1)}/120$ is a linear combination of $n$-particle contributions to the susceptibility of the square lattice Ising model. In Bostan, et al. (J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. {\bf 42}, 275209 (2009)) the operator $L_{24}$ (modulo a prime) was shown to factorize
more » ... own to factorize into $L_{12}^{(\rm left)} \cdot L_{12}^{(\rm right)}$; here we prove that no further factorization of the order 12 operator $L_{12}^{(\rm left)}$ is possible. We use the exact ODE to obtain the behaviour of $\tilde{\chi}^{(5)}$ at the ferromagnetic critical point and to obtain a limited number of analytic continuations of $\tilde{\chi}^{(5)}$ beyond the principal disk defined by its high temperature series. Contrary to a speculation in Boukraa, et al (J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. {\bf 41} 455202 (2008)), we find that $\tilde{\chi}^{(5)}$ is singular at $w=1/2$ on an infinite number of branches.
doi:10.1088/1751-8113/43/19/195205 fatcat:bnqcl45qlzalzcgolkvsubltja