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We study coarsening dynamics in the ferromagnetic random bond Ising model in d = 1; 2. We focus on the validity of super-universality and the scaling properties of the response functions. In the d = 1 case, we obtain a complete understanding of the evolution, from pre- asymptotic to asymptotic behavior. The corresponding response function shows a clear violation of super-universality. Further, our results for d = 1; 2 settle the controversy regarding the decay exponent which characterizes the response function.
Comment: Thoroughly revised manuscript. The Introduction, Section 2 and Section 4 have been largely rewritten. References added. Final version accepted for publication on Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment
Comment: See http://prl.aps.org/supplemental/PRL/v104/i23/e238001 for related animations
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