- Quantum statistical effects in the mass transport of interstitial solutes in a crystalline solid

Author(s): C. H. Woo and Haohua WenThe impact of quantum statistics on the many-body dynamics of a crystalline solid at finite temperatures containing an interstitial solute atom (ISA) is investigated … - Fluctuations in an established transmission in the presence of a complex environment

Author(s): Dmitry V. Savin, Martin Richter, Ulrich Kuhl, Olivier Legrand, and Fabrice MortessagneIn various situations where wave transport is preeminent, like in wireless communication, a strong esta … - Bragg solitons in systems with separated nonuniform Bragg grating and nonlinearity

Author(s): Tanvir Ahmed and Javid AtaiThe existence and stability of quiescent Bragg grating solitons are systematically investigated in a dual-core fiber, where one of the cores is uniform and has Ke … - Transient chaos and associated system-intrinsic switching of spacetime patterns in two synaptically coupled layers of Morris-Lecar neurons

Author(s): Harrison Hartle and Renate WackerbauerSpatiotemporal chaos collapses to either a rest state or a propagating pulse solution in a single layer of diffusively coupled, excitable Morris-Lecar … - Fractional cable equation for general geometry: A model of axons with swellings and anomalous diffusion

Author(s): Erick J. López-Sánchez, Juan M. Romero, and Huitzilin Yépez-MartínezDifferent experimental studies have reported anomalous diffusion in brain tissues and notably this anomalous diffusion is … - Phase diagrams for sticky rods in bulk and in a monolayer from a lattice free-energy functional for anisotropic particles with depletion attractions

Author(s): M. Mortazavifar and M. OettelA density functional of fundamental measure type for a lattice model of anisotropic particles with hard-core repulsions and effective attractions is derived in … - Variational formulation of a quantitative phase-field model for nonisothermal solidification in a multicomponent alloy

Author(s): Munekazu Ohno, Tomohiro Takaki, and Yasushi ShibutaA variational formulation of a quantitative phase-field model is presented for nonisothermal solidification in a multicomponent alloy with … - Erratum: Correlations in suspensions confined between viscoelastic surfaces: Noncontact microrheology [Phys. Rev. E 96, 022607 (2017)]

Author(s): Chen Bar-Haim and Haim Diamant[Phys. Rev. E 96, 039902] Published Wed Sep 20, 2017 - Fractality in nonequilibrium steady states of quasiperiodic systems

Author(s): Vipin Kerala Varma, Clélia de Mulatier, and Marko ŽnidaričWe investigate the nonequilibrium response of quasiperiodic systems to boundary driving. In particular, we focus on the Aubry-André … - Mathematical and information-geometrical entropy for phenomenological Fourier and non-Fourier heat conduction

Author(s): Shu-Nan Li (李书楠) and Bing-Yang Cao (曹炳阳)The second law of thermodynamics governs the direction of heat transport, which provides the foundational definition of thermodynamic Clausius entrop … - Conditional $1/{f}^{α}$ noise: From single molecules to macroscopic measurement

Author(s): N. Leibovich and E. BarkaiWe demonstrate that the measurement of $1/{f}^{α}$ noise at the single molecule or nano-object limit is remarkably distinct from the macroscopic measurement over a … - Phase transition in the singularity spectrum of an intermingled basin

Author(s): Hiromi G. Ishikawa and Takehiko HoritaA two-dimensional piecewise linear mapping is introduced as a solvable model to characterize the multifractal structure of an intermingled basin. To th … - Correlations in magnitude series to assess nonlinearities: Application to multifractal models and heartbeat fluctuations

Author(s): Pedro A. Bernaola-Galván, Manuel Gómez-Extremera, A. Ramón Romance, and Pedro CarpenaThe correlation properties of the magnitude of a time series are associated with nonlinear and multifrac … - Dimensionless embedding for nonlinear time series analysis

Author(s): Yoshito Hirata and Kazuyuki AiharaRecently, infinite-dimensional delay coordinates (InDDeCs) have been proposed for predicting high-dimensional dynamics instead of conventional delay coordi … - Critical transitions and perturbation growth directions

Author(s): Nahal Sharafi, Marc Timme, and Sarah HallerbergCritical transitions occur in a variety of dynamical systems. Here we employ quantifiers of chaos to identify changes in the dynamical structu … - Imperfections, impacts, and the singularity of Euler's disk

Author(s): Tamás Baranyai and Péter L. VárkonyiThe motion of a rigid, spinning disk on a flat surface ends with a dissipation-induced finite-time singularity. The problem of finding the dominant energ … - Advective superdiffusion in superhydrophobic microchannels

Author(s): Tatiana V. Nizkaya, Evgeny S. Asmolov, and Olga I. VinogradovaWe consider pressure-driven flows in wide microchannels, and discuss how a transverse shear, generated by misaligned superhydro … - Predictability of escape for a stochastic saddle-node bifurcation: When rare events are typical

Author(s): Corentin Herbert and Freddy BouchetTransitions between multiple stable states of nonlinear systems are ubiquitous in physics, chemistry, and beyond. Two types of behaviors are usually seen … - Double transition in a model of oscillating percolation

Author(s): Sumanta Kundu, Amitava Datta, and S. S. MannaTwo distinct transition points have been observed in a problem of lattice percolation studied using a system of pulsating disks. Sites on a regu … - Critical adsorption profiles around a sphere and a cylinder in a fluid at criticality: Local functional theory

Author(s): Shunsuke Yabunaka and Akira OnukiWe study universal critical adsorption on a solid sphere and a solid cylinder in a fluid at bulk criticality, where preferential adsorption occurs. We use a … - Additional energy-information relations in thermodynamics of small systems

Author(s): Raam UzdinThe Clausius inequality form of the second law of thermodynamics relates information changes (entropy) to changes in the first moment of the energy (heat and indirectly also work) … - Cycle-expansion method for the Lyapunov exponent, susceptibility, and higher moments

Author(s): Patrick Charbonneau, Yue (Cathy) Li, Henry D. Pfister, and Sho YaidaLyapunov exponents characterize the chaotic nature of dynamical systems by quantifying the growth rate of uncertainty ass … - Multiclustered chimeras in large semiconductor laser arrays with nonlocal interactions

Author(s): J. Shena, J. Hizanidis, P. Hövel, and G. P. TsironisThe dynamics of a large array of coupled semiconductor lasers is studied numerically for a nonlocal coupling scheme. Our focus is on chim … - Dynamics-dependent synchronization in on-chip coupled semiconductor lasers

Author(s): Shoma Ohara, Andreas Karsaklian Dal Bosco, Kazusa Ugajin, Atsushi Uchida, Takahisa Harayama, and Masanobu InubushiSynchronization properties of chaotic dynamics in two mutually coupled semi … - Theoretical microbial ecology without species

Author(s): Mikhail TikhonovEcosystems are commonly conceptualized as networks of interacting species. However, partitioning natural diversity of organisms into discrete units is notoriously problemati … - Electroclinic effect in chiral smectic-$A$ liquid crystal elastomers

Author(s): Noy Cohen and Kaushik BhattacharyaChiral smectic-$A$ liquid crystal elastomers are rubbery materials composed of a lamellar arrangement of liquid crystalline mesogens. It has been shown exp … - Scaling behavior of thin films on chemically heterogeneous walls

Author(s): Alexandr Malijevský, Andrew O. Parry, and Martin PospíšilWe study the adsorption of a fluid in the grand canonical ensemble occurring at a planar heterogeneous wall which is decorated with … - Collision rate coefficient for charged dust grains in the presence of linear shear

Author(s): Huan Yang and Christopher J. Hogan, Jr.Like and oppositely charged particles or dust grains in linear shear flows are often driven to collide with one another by fluid and/or electrostatic … - Fast electrons generated by quasistatic electric fields of a fs-laser-pulse-induced plasma

Author(s): F. Kleeschulte, B. Hagmeister, D. Hemmers, and G. PretzlerWe present a new acceleration mechanism for electrons taking place during the interaction of an ultrashort, nonrelativistic laser p … - Subspace dynamic mode decomposition for stochastic Koopman analysis

Author(s): Naoya Takeishi, Yoshinobu Kawahara, and Takehisa YairiThe analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems based on the Koopman operator is attracting attention in various applications. Dynamic mode … - Liquid part of the phase diagram and percolation line for two-dimensional Mercedes-Benz water

Author(s): T. UrbicMonte Carlo simulations and Wertheim's thermodynamic perturbation theory (TPT) are used to predict the phase diagram and percolation curve for the simple two-dimensional Merced … - Electrical autonomous Brownian gyrator

Author(s): K.-H. Chiang, C.-L. Lee, P.-Y. Lai, and Y.-F. ChenWe study experimentally and theoretically the steady-state dynamics of a simple stochastic electronic system featuring two resistor-capacit … - Three faces of entropy for complex systems: Information, thermodynamics, and the maximum entropy principle

Author(s): Stefan Thurner, Bernat Corominas-Murtra, and Rudolf HanelThere are at least three distinct ways to conceptualize entropy: entropy as an extensive thermodynamic quantity of physical systems … - Ehrenfest urn model with interaction

Author(s): Chun-Hsiung Tseng, Yee-Mou Kao, and Chi-Ho ChengWe studied the Ehrenfest urn model in which particles in the same urn interact with each other. Depending on the nature of interaction, the s … - Internal autoresonance in coupled oscillators with slowly decaying frequency

Author(s): Agnessa Kovaleva and Leonid I. ManevitchIn this work, we study resonance energy transfer from an impulsively loaded strongly nonlinear oscillator to a weakly coupled linear attachment with … - Unifying perspective: Solitary traveling waves as discrete breathers in Hamiltonian lattices and energy criteria for their stability

Author(s): Jesús Cuevas-Maraver, Panayotis G. Kevrekidis, Anna Vainchtein, and Haitao XuIn this work, we provide two complementary perspectives for the (spectral) stability of solitary traveling waves … - Pseudoinverse of the Laplacian and best spreader node in a network

Author(s): P. Van Mieghem, K. Devriendt, and H. CetinayDetermining a set of “important” nodes in a network constitutes a basic endeavor in network science. Inspired by electrical flows in a resistor n … - Generalized Archimedes' principle in active fluids

Author(s): Nitzan Razin, Raphael Voituriez, Jens Elgeti, and Nir S. GovWe show how a gradient in the motility properties of noninteracting pointlike active particles can cause a pressure gradient that … - Solute-mediated interactions between active droplets

Author(s): Pepijn G. Moerman, Henrique W. Moyses, Ernest B. van der Wee, David G. Grier, Alfons van Blaaderen, Willem K. Kegel, Jan Groenewold, and Jasna BrujicConcentration gradients play a critical … - Characterizing pixel and point patterns with a hyperuniformity disorder length

Author(s): A. T. Chieco, R. Dreyfus, and D. J. DurianWe introduce the concept of a “hyperuniformity disorder length” $h$ that controls the variance of volume fraction fluctuations for randomly placed … - Hyperuniformity disorder length spectroscopy for extended particles

Author(s): D. J. DurianThe concept of a hyperuniformity disorder length $h$ was recently introduced for analyzing volume fraction fluctuations for a set of measuring windows [Chieco et al., Phys. Rev. ... - Autonomously responsive pumping by a bacterial flagellar forest: A mean-field approach

Author(s): James D. Martindale and Henry C. FuThis study is motivated by a microfluidic device that imparts a magnetic torque on an array of bacterial flagella. Bacterial flagella can transform their ... - Generation of droplet arrays with rational number spacing patterns driven by a periodic energy landscape

Author(s): Anatoly Rinberg, Georgios Katsikis, and Manu PrakashThe generation of droplets at low Reynolds numbers is driven by nonlinear dynamics that give rise to complex patterns concerning both the ... - Noise-induced torus bursting in the stochastic Hindmarsh-Rose neuron model

Author(s): Lev Ryashko and Evdokia SlepukhinaWe study the phenomenon of noise-induced torus bursting on the base of the three-dimensional Hindmarsh-Rose neuron model forced by additive noise. We show ... - Efficient method for estimating the number of communities in a network

Author(s): Maria A. Riolo, George T. Cantwell, Gesine Reinert, and M. E. J. NewmanWhile there exist a wide range of effective methods for community detection in networks, most of them require one to k ... - Flow and clog in a silo with oscillating exit

Author(s): Kiwing To and Hsiang-Ting TaiWhen grains flow out of a silo, flow rate $W$ increases with exit size $D$. If $D$ is too small, an arch may form and the flow may be blocked at the exit. To re ... - Mechanical failure in amorphous solids: Scale-free spinodal criticality

Author(s): Itamar Procaccia, Corrado Rainone, and Murari SinghThe mechanical failure of amorphous media is a ubiquitous phenomenon from material engineering to geology. It has been noticed for a long ... - Shock propagation in locally driven granular systems

Author(s): Jilmy P. Joy, Sudhir N. Pathak, Dibyendu Das, and R. RajeshWe study shock propagation in a system of initially stationary hard spheres that is driven by a continuous injection of particles ... - Three-dimensional slow Rossby waves in rotating spherical density-stratified convection

Author(s): T. Elperin, N. Kleeorin, and I. RogachevskiiWe develop a theory of three-dimensional slow Rossby waves in rotating spherical density stratified convection. The Rossby waves, with frequencie ... - Smoothed particle hydrodynamics method for evaporating multiphase flows

Author(s): Xiufeng Yang and Song-Charng KongThe smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method has been increasingly used for simulating fluid flows; however, its ability to simulate evaporating flow re ... - Nonmonotonic dependence of polymer-glass mechanical response on chain bending stiffness

Author(s): Christopher Ness, Vladimir V. Palyulin, Rico Milkus, Robert Elder, Timothy Sirk, and Alessio ZacconeWe investigate the mechanical properties of amorphous polymers by means of coarse-grained ... - Strained-graphene-based highly efficient quantum heat engine operating at maximum power

Author(s): Arjun Mani and Colin BenjaminA strained graphene monolayer is shown to operate as a highly efficient quantum heat engine delivering maximum power. The efficiency and power of the proposed d ... - Kardar-Parisi-Zhang modes in $d$-dimensional directed polymers

Author(s): G. M. Schütz and B. Wehefritz–KaufmannWe define a stochastic lattice model for a fluctuating directed polymer in $d≥2$ dimensions. This model can be alternatively interpreted as a fluctuati ... - Predictability of fat-tailed extremes

Author(s): Tamás Bódai and Christian FranzkeWe conjecture for a linear stochastic differential equation that the predictability of threshold exceedances (I) improves with the event magnitude when the ... - Recurrence relations in one-dimensional Ising models

Author(s): C. M. Silva da Conceição and R. N. P. MaiaThe exact finite-size partition function for the nonhomogeneous one-dimensional (1D) Ising model is found through an approach using algebra operato ... - Brownian systems with spatially inhomogeneous activity

Author(s): A. Sharma and J. M. BraderWe generalize the Green-Kubo approach, previously applied to bulk systems of spherically symmetric active particles [J. Chem. Phys. 145, 161101 (2016)], to include … - Wedge wetting by electrolyte solutions

Author(s): Maximilian Mußotter and Markus BierThe wetting of a charged wedgelike wall by an electrolyte solution is investigated by means of classical density functional theory. As in other studies on … - Effective one-dimensional approach to the source reconstruction problem of three-dimensional inverse optoacoustics

Author(s): J. Stritzel, O. Melchert, M. Wollweber, and B. RothThe direct problem of optoacoustic signal generation in biological media consists of solving an inhomogeneous three-dimensional (3D) wave … - X-ray scattering reveals molecular tilt is an order parameter for the main phase transition in a model biomembrane

Author(s): John F. NagleSynchrotron diffuse x-ray scattering data reveal a dramatic softening of the molecular tilt modulus ${K}_{θ}$ of the model biomembrane composed of DMPC lipids as the temperatur … - Continuous-time random-walk model for anomalous diffusion in expanding media

Author(s): F. Le Vot, E. Abad, and S. B. YusteExpanding media are typical in many different fields, e.g., in biology and cosmology. In general, a medium expansion (contraction) brings about dramatic c … - Stable three-dimensional modon soliton in plasmas

Author(s): Volodymyr M. LashkinWe derive the nonlinear equations that describe coupled drift waves and ion acoustic waves in a plasma. We show that when the coupling to ion acoustic waves is negligibl … - Accessibility and delay in random temporal networks

Author(s): Shahriar Etemadi Tajbakhsh, Justin P. Coon, and David E. SimmonsIn a wide range of complex networks, the links between the nodes are temporal and may sporadically appear and disappear. This … - Avalanche precursors in a frictional model

Author(s): Axelle Amon, Baptiste Blanc, and Jean-Christophe GéminardWe present a one-dimensional numerical model based on elastically coupled sliders on a frictional incline of variable tilt. This ver … - Publisher's Note: Golf-course and funnel energy landscapes: Protein folding concepts in martensites [Phys. Rev. E 95, 063003 (2017)]

Author(s): N. Shankaraiah[Phys. Rev. E 96, 039901] Published Tue Sep 12, 2017 - Nonstationary dynamics of encounters: Mean valuable territory covered by a random searcher

Author(s): Daniel Campos, Frederic Bartumeus, and Vicenç MéndezInspired by recent experiments on the organism Caenorhabditis elegans we present a stochastic problem to capture the adaptive dynamics of … - Stability of the quantum Sherrington-Kirkpatrick spin glass model

Author(s): A. P. YoungI study in detail the quantum Sherrington-Kirkpatrick (SK) model, i.e., the infinite-range Ising spin glass in a transverse field, by solving numerically the effective one-dimens … - Universality-class crossover by a nonorder field introduced to the pair contact process with diffusion

Author(s): Su-Chan Park (박수찬)The one-dimensional pair contact process with diffusion (PCPD), an interacting particle system with diffusion, pair annihilation, and creation by pairs, has defied consens … - Antiferromagnetic Ising model in an imaginary magnetic field

Author(s): Vicente Azcoiti, Giuseppe Di Carlo, Eduardo Follana, and Eduardo Royo-AmondarainWe study the two-dimensional antiferromagnetic Ising model with a purely imaginary magnetic field, which can … - Uhlenbeck-Ford model: Phase diagram and corresponding-states analysis

Author(s): Rodolfo Paula Leite, Pedro Antonio Santos-Flórez, and Maurice de KoningUsing molecular dynamics simulations and nonequilibrium thermodynamic-integration techniques we compute the Helmholtz … - Two-time correlation functions and the Lee-Yang zeros for an interacting Bose gas

Author(s): Kh. P. Gnatenko, A. Kargol, and V. M. TkachukTwo-time correlation functions of a system of Bose particles are studied. We find a relation of zeros of the correlation functions with the Lee- … - Transport, diffusion, and energy studies in the Arnold-Beltrami-Childress map

Author(s): Swetamber Das and Neelima GupteWe study the transport and diffusion properties of passive inertial particles described by a six-dimensional dissipative bailout embedding map. The base map c … - Difference between memory and prediction in linear recurrent networks

Author(s): Sarah MarzenRecurrent networks are trained to memorize their input better, often in the hopes that such training will increase the ability of the network to predict. We show that networks d … - Chase-and-run dynamics in cell motility and the molecular rupture of interacting active elastic dimers

Author(s): David Mayett, Nicholas Bitten, Moumita Das, and J. M. SchwarzCell migration in morphogenesis and cancer metastasis typically involves interplay between different cell types. We construct an … - Force spectroscopy unravels the role of ionic strength on DNA-cisplatin interaction: Modulating the binding parameters

Author(s): L. Oliveira and M. S. RochaIn the present work we have gone a step forward in the understanding of the DNA-cisplatin interaction, investigating the role of the ionic strength on the complex … - Predicting Escherichia coli's chemotactic drift under exponential gradient

Author(s): Sibendu Samanta, Ritwik Layek, Shantimoy Kar, M. Kiran Raj, Sudipta Mukhopadhyay, and Suman ChakrabortyBacterial species are known to show chemotaxis, i.e., the directed motions in the pres … - Morphological-evolution pathway during phase separation in polymer solutions with highly asymmetrical miscibility gap

Author(s): Gang Zhang, Tao Yang, Sen Yang, and Yunzhi WangMicrostructural evolution during thermally induced phase separation in a polymer solution with a highly asymmetrical miscibility gap is analyz … - Destabilization of a liquid metal by nonuniform Joule heating

Author(s): Sébastien Renaudière de Vaux, Rémi Zamansky, Wladimir Bergez, Philippe Tordjeman, and Jean-François HaquetWe study the effect of an impressing AC magnetic field at the bottom of a liquid me … - Weakly non-Boussinesq convection in a gaseous spherical shell

Author(s): Lydia Korre, Nicholas Brummell, and Pascale GaraudWe examine the dynamics associated with weakly compressible convection in a spherical shell by running 3D direct numerical simulations usin … - Equilibrium position of a rigid sphere in a turbulent jet: A problem of elastic reconfiguration

Author(s): T. Barois, P. D. Huck, M. Bourgoin, and R. VolkThe position of floating spheres trapped within an immersed turbulent water jet is investigated. Using the self-similarity properties of the j … - Pseudospectral Maxwell solvers for an accurate modeling of Doppler harmonic generation on plasma mirrors with particle-in-cell codes

Author(s): G. Blaclard, H. Vincenti, R. Lehe, and J. L. VayWith the advent of petawatt class lasers, the very large laser intensities attainable on target should enable the production of intense high- … - Recursive regularization step for high-order lattice Boltzmann methods

Author(s): Christophe Coreixas, Gauthier Wissocq, Guillaume Puigt, Jean-François Boussuge, and Pierre SagautA lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) with enhanced stability and accuracy is presented for vario … - Extracting oscillating components from nonstationary time series: A wavelet-induced method

Author(s): Adrien Deliège and Samuel NicolayThis paper consists in the description and application of a method called wavelet-induced mode extraction (WIME) in the context of time-frequency analysis. … - Evoking prescribed spike times in stochastic neurons

Author(s): Jens Doose and Benjamin LindnerSingle cell stimulation in vivo is a powerful tool to investigate the properties of single neurons and their functionality in neural networks. We present a me … - Quantum Otto engine with exchange coupling in the presence of level degeneracy

Author(s): Venu Mehta and Ramandeep S. JohalWe consider a quasistatic quantum Otto cycle using two effectively two-level systems with degeneracy in the excited state. The systems are coupled through i … - Vibrational resonance in an inhomogeneous medium with periodic dissipation

Author(s): T. O. Roy-Layinde, J. A. Laoye, O. O. Popoola, U. E. Vincent, and P. V. E. McClintockThe role of nonlinear dissipation in vibrational resonance (VR) is investigated in an inhomogeneous syst … - Existence and construction of large stable food webs

Author(s): Jan O. Haerter, Namiko Mitarai, and Kim SneppenEcological diversity is ubiquitous despite the restrictions imposed by competitive exclusion and apparent competition. To explain the observed … - Drag force in a cold or hot granular medium

Author(s): A. Seguin and P. GondretWe measure experimentally and analyze the resisting force exerted by a bidimensional packing of small disks on a larger intruder disk dragged horizontally at constan … - Proxy-equation paradigm: A strategy for massively parallel asynchronous computations

Author(s): Ankita Mittal and Sharath GirimajiMassively parallel simulations of transport equation systems call for a paradigm change in algorithm development to achieve efficient scalability. Traditio … - Escape of coupled Brownian particles across a fluctuating barrier

Author(s): R. K. SinghThe escape of two harmonically coupled Brownian particles across the fluctuating barrier of a bistable potential is investigated with correlated additive and multiplicative fluct … - Two distinct bifurcation routes for delayed optoelectronic oscillators

Author(s): Lionel Weicker, Gaetan Friart, and Thomas ErneuxWe investigate the coexistence of low- and high-frequency oscillations in a delayed optoelectronic oscillator. We identify two nearby Hopf bi … - Front propagation in weakly subcritical pattern-forming systems

Author(s): Benjamin C. Ponedel, Hsien-Ching Kao, and Edgar KnoblochThe speed and stability of fronts near a weakly subcritical steady-state bifurcation are studied, focusing on the transition between … - Nucleation of twisted and tubular states in chiral ribbons

Author(s): Ralf BlosseyBilayers of chiral molecules can self-assemble into twisted and tubular structures, as was recently shown with chiral molecular constituents such as ssDNA-amphiphiles. I show th … - Craters produced by explosions in a granular medium

Author(s): F. Pacheco-Vázquez, A. Tacumá, and J. O. MarstonWe report on an experimental investigation of craters generated by explosions at the surface of a model granular bed. Following the initial b … - Discrete-to-continuum modeling of weakly interacting incommensurate chains

Author(s): Malena I. Español, Dmitry Golovaty, and J. Patrick WilberIn this paper we use a formal discrete-to-continuum procedure to derive a continuum variational model for two chains of atoms with s … - Power series expansions for the planar monomer-dimer problem

Author(s): Gleb PogudinWe compute the free energy of the planar monomer-dimer model. Unlike the classical planar dimer model, an exact solution is not known in this case. Even the computation of the l … - Work and power fluctuations in a critical heat engine

Author(s): Viktor Holubec and Artem RyabovWe investigate fluctuations of output work for a class of Stirling heat engines with working fluid composed of interacting units and compare these fluctuation … - Lévy walks in nonhomogeneous environments

Author(s): A. Kamińska and T. SrokowskiThe Lévy walk process with rests is discussed. The jumping time is governed by an $α$-stable distribution with $α>1$ while a waiting time distribution is Pois … - Nonequilibrium thermodynamics with binary quantum correlations

Author(s): K. MorawetzThe balance equations for thermodynamic quantities are derived from the nonlocal quantum kinetic equation. The nonlocal collisions lead to molecular contributions to the observab … - Gaps between avalanches in one-dimensional random-field Ising models

Author(s): Jishnu N. Nampoothiri, Kabir Ramola, Sanjib Sabhapandit, and Bulbul ChakrabortyWe analyze the statistics of gaps ($\mathrm{Δ}H$) between successive avalanches in one-dimensional random-fiel … - Basins of attraction of the bistable region of time-delayed cutting dynamics

Author(s): Yao Yan, Jian Xu, and Marian WiercigrochThis paper investigates the effects of bistability in a nonsmooth time-delayed dynamical system, which is often manifested in science and engineering …