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Author(s): D. C. RapaportThe question of how stiff polymers are able to pack into small containers is particularly relevant to the study of DNA packaging in viruses. A reduced version of the problem b … - Non-Markovian barotropic-type and Hall-type fluctuation relations in crossed electric and magnetic fields

Author(s): J. I. Jiménez-Aquino and M. Romero-BastidaIn this paper we derive the non-Markovian barotropic-type and Hall-type fluctuation relations for noninteracting charged Brownian particles embedde … - Collective couplings: Rectification and supertransmittance

Author(s): Gernot Schaller, Giulio Giuseppe Giusteri, and Giuseppe Luca CelardoWe investigate heat transport between two thermal reservoirs that are coupled via a large spin composed of N identical tw … - Estimability and dependency analysis of model parameters based on delay coordinates

Author(s): J. Schumann-Bischoff, S. Luther, and U. ParlitzIn data-driven system identification, values of parameters and not observed variables of a given model of a dynamical system are estimated fro … - Topological and geometric measurements of force-chain structure

Author(s): Chad Giusti, Lia Papadopoulos, Eli T. Owens, Karen E. Daniels, and Danielle S. BassettDeveloping quantitative methods for characterizing structural properties of force chains in densely pac … - Bayesian inversion analysis of nonlinear dynamics in surface heterogeneous reactions

Author(s): Toshiaki Omori, Tatsu Kuwatani, Atsushi Okamoto, and Koji HukushimaIt is essential to extract nonlinear dynamics from time-series data as an inverse problem in natural sciences. We propose … - Dynamical phase transition in large-deviation statistics of the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation

Author(s): Michael Janas, Alex Kamenev, and Baruch MeersonWe study the short-time behavior of the probability distribution P(H,t) of the surface height h(x=0,t)=H in the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) equa … - Emergence of spike correlations in periodically forced excitable systems

Author(s): José A. Reinoso, M. C. Torrent, and Cristina MasollerIn sensory neurons the presence of noise can facilitate the detection of weak information-carrying signals, which are encoded and transm … - Robust chimera states in SQUID metamaterials with local interactions

Author(s): J. Hizanidis, N. Lazarides, and G. P. TsironisWe report on the emergence of robust multiclustered chimera states in a dissipative-driven system of symmetrically and locally coupled identica … - Inferring connectivity in networked dynamical systems: Challenges using Granger causality

Author(s): Bethany Lusch, Pedro D. Maia, and J. Nathan KutzDetermining the interactions and causal relationships between nodes in an unknown networked dynamical system from measurement data alone is a … - Unified model of brain tissue microstructure dynamically binds diffusion and osmosis with extracellular space geometry

Author(s): Mohsen Yousefnezhad, Morteza Fotouhi, Kaveh Vejdani, and Padideh Kamali-ZareWe present a universal model of brain tissue microstructure that dynamically links osmosis and diffusion with geo … - Fluctuation sensitivity of a transcriptional signaling cascade

Author(s): Kevin R. Pilkiewicz and Michael L. MayoThe internal biochemical state of a cell is regulated by a vast transcriptional network that kinetically correlates the concentrations of numerous pro … - Multiple relaxation modes in associative polymer networks with varying connectivity

Author(s): M. Bohdan, J. Sprakel, and J. van der GuchtThe dynamics and mechanics of networks depend sensitively on their spatial connectivity. To explore the effect of connectivity on local network dy … - Role of helicity in triad interactions in three-dimensional turbulence investigated by a new shell model

Author(s): Nicholas M. Rathmann and Peter D. DitlevsenFully developed homogeneous isotropic turbulence in two dimensions is fundamentally different from that in three dimensions. In two dimensions, th … - Atomic kinetics of matter irradiated by intense laser fields

Author(s): Yechiel Frank, Arie Zigler, and Zohar HenisThe atomic kinetics of solid density low-Z material under an intense oscillating laser field is presented. The transient behavior of the average i … - Temperature relaxation in dense plasma mixtures

Author(s): Gérald Faussurier and Christophe BlancardWe present a model to calculate temperature-relaxation rates in dense plasma mixtures. The electron-ion relaxation rates are calculated using an ave … - Effects of laser polarizations on shock generation and shock ion acceleration in overdense plasmas

Author(s): Young-Kuk Kim, Teyoun Kang, Moon Youn Jung, and Min Sup HurThe effects of laser-pulse polarization on the generation of an electrostatic shock in an overdense plasma were investigated using … - Nonlinear ion-acoustic solitons in a magnetized quantum plasma with arbitrary degeneracy of electrons

Author(s): Fernando Haas and Shahzad MahmoodNonlinear ion-acoustic waves are analyzed in a nonrelativistic magnetized quantum plasma with arbitrary degeneracy of electrons. Quantum statistics is taken … - Erratum: Proof of uniform sampling of binary matrices with fixed row sums and column sums for the fast Curveball algorithm [Phys. Rev. E 91, 042812 (2015)]

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Author(s): M. C. Gimenez and A. J. Ramirez-PastorThe percolation problem of irreversibly deposited heteronuclear dimers on square lattices is studied. A dimer is composed of two segments, and it occup … - Casimir interaction of rodlike particles in a two-dimensional critical system

Author(s): E. Eisenriegler and T. W. BurkhardtWe consider the fluctuation-induced interaction of two thin, rodlike particles, or “needles,” immersed in a two-dimensional critical fluid of Ising symmet … - Sample-to-sample fluctuations of power spectrum of a random motion in a periodic Sinai model

Author(s): David S. Dean, Antonio Iorio, Enzo Marinari, and Gleb OshaninThe Sinai model of a tracer diffusing in a quenched Brownian potential is a much-studied problem exhibiting a logarithmically sl … - Directed random walk with random restarts: The Sisyphus random walk

Author(s): Miquel Montero and Javier VillarroelIn this paper we consider a particular version of the random walk with restarts: random reset events which suddenly bring the system to the starting valu … - Elastic collision and molecule formation of spatiotemporal light bullets in a cubic-quintic nonlinear medium

Author(s): S. K. AdhikariWe consider the statics and dynamics of a stable, mobile three-dimensional (3D) spatiotemporal light bullet in a cubic-quintic nonlinear medium with a focusing cubic nonlinear … - Controllability of multiplex, multi-time-scale networks

Author(s): Márton Pósfai, Jianxi Gao, Sean P. Cornelius, Albert-László Barabási, and Raissa M. D'SouzaThe paradigm of layered networks is used to describe many real-world systems, from biological … - Stability of the sectored morphology of polymer crystallites

Author(s): Jaya Kumar Alageshan, Yashodhan Hatwalne, and Murugappan MuthukumarWhen an entangled interpenetrating collection of long flexible polymer chains dispersed in a suitable solvent is cooled to … - Plastic deformation of tubular crystals by dislocation glide

Author(s): Daniel A. Beller and David R. NelsonTubular crystals, two-dimensional lattices wrapped into cylindrical topologies, arise in many contexts, including botany and biofilaments, and in physica … - Investigation and improvement of three-dimensional plasma crystal analysis

Author(s): C. Dietz and M. H. ThomaIn this work, existing methods for plasma crystal analysis are investigated using artificial and simulated calibration data, which reproduce a multiphase system cons … - Proton acceleration by irradiation of isolated spheres with an intense laser pulse

Author(s): T. M. Ostermayr et al.We report on experiments irradiating isolated plastic spheres with a peak laser intensity of 2–3×10^{20}Wcm^{−2}. With a laser focal spot size of 10 μm full width half … - Anomalous transport in cellular flows: The role of initial conditions and aging

Author(s): Patrick Pöschke, Igor M. Sokolov, Alexander A. Nepomnyashchy, and Michael A. ZaksWe consider the diffusion-advection problem in two simple cellular flow models (often invoked as examples of … - Unidirectional transport of wave packets through tilted discrete breathers in nonlinear lattices with asymmetric defects

Author(s): Xiao-Dong Bai, Boris A. Malomed, and Fu-Guo DengWe consider the transfer of lattice wave packets through a tilted discrete breather (TDB) in opposite directions in the discrete nonlinear Sc … - Opening of DNA chain due to force applied on different locations

Author(s): Amar Singh, Tushar Modi, and Navin SinghWe consider a homogeneous DNA molecule and investigate the effect of random force applied on the unzipping profile of the molecule. How the critical … - Linking the fractional derivative and the Lomnitz creep law to non-Newtonian time-varying viscosity

Author(s): Vikash Pandey and Sverre HolmMany of the most interesting complex media are non-Newtonian and exhibit time-dependent behavior of thixotropy and rheopecty. They may also have temporal respon … - Evolution of network architecture in a granular material under compression

Author(s): Lia Papadopoulos, James G. Puckett, Karen E. Daniels, and Danielle S. BassettAs a granular material is compressed, the particles and forces within the system arrange to form complex and het … - Comparative study of the lattice Boltzmann models for Allen-Cahn and Cahn-Hilliard equations

Author(s): H. L. Wang, Z. H. Chai, B. C. Shi, and H. LiangIn this paper, a comparative study of the lattice Boltzmann (LB) models for the Allen-Cahn (A-C) and Cahn-Hilliard (C-H) equations is conducte … - Nonadditivity of van der Waals forces on liquid surfaces

Author(s): Prashanth S. Venkataram, Jeremy D. Whitton, and Alejandro W. RodriguezWe present an approach for modeling nanoscale wetting and dewetting of textured solid surfaces that exploits recently d … - Langevin equation for systems with a preferred spatial direction

Author(s): Roman Belousov, E. G. D. Cohen, and Lamberto RondoniIn this paper, we generalize the theory of Brownian motion and the Onsager–Machlup theory of fluctuations for spatially symmetric systems … - Time evolution of interhemispheric coupling in a model of focal neocortical epilepsy in mice

Author(s): F. Vallone, E. Vannini, A. Cintio, M. Caleo, and A. Di GarboEpilepsy is characterized by substantial network rearrangements leading to spontaneous seizures and little is known on how an epi … - Point-to-set lengths, local structure, and glassiness

Author(s): Sho Yaida, Ludovic Berthier, Patrick Charbonneau, and Gilles TarjusThe growing sluggishness of glass-forming liquids is thought to be accompanied by growing structural order. The nature of … - Phase-field modeling of isothermal quasi-incompressible multicomponent liquids

Author(s): Gyula I. TóthIn this paper general dynamic equations describing the time evolution of isothermal quasi-incompressible multicomponent liquids are derived in the framework of the classical Gi … - Cell-veto Monte Carlo algorithm for long-range systems

Author(s): Sebastian C. Kapfer and Werner KrauthWe present a rigorous efficient event-chain Monte Carlo algorithm for long-range interacting particle systems. Using a cell-veto scheme within the facto … - Semiclassical bifurcations and topological phase transitions in a one-dimensional lattice of coupled Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick models

Author(s): A. V. Sorokin, M. Aparicio Alcalde, V. M. Bastidas, G. Engelhardt, D. G. Angelakis, and T. BrandesIn this work we study a one-dimensional lattice of Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick models with alterna … - Spin glass behavior in a random Coulomb antiferromagnet

Author(s): J. Rehn, R. Moessner, and A. P. YoungWe study spin glass behavior in a random Ising Coulomb antiferromagnet in two and three dimensions using Monte Carlo simulations. In two dimensions, we … - Flat phase of quantum polymerized membranes

Author(s): O. Coquand and D. MouhannaWe investigate the flat phase of quantum polymerized phantom membranes by means of a nonperturbative renormalization group approach. We first implement this formal … - Brittle-to-quasibrittle transition in bundles of nonlinear elastic fibers

Author(s): Chandreyee Roy and S. S. MannaProperties of the fiber bundle model have been studied using equal load-sharing dynamics where each fiber obeys a nonlinear stress (s)-strain (x) characteristi … - Price of anarchy on heterogeneous traffic-flow networks

Author(s): A. Rose, R. O'Dea, and K. I. HopcraftThe efficiency of routing traffic through a network, comprising nodes connected by links whose cost of traversal is either fixed or varies in propo … - Modeling delayed processes in biological systems

Author(s): Jingchen Feng, Stuart A. Sevier, Bin Huang, Dongya Jia, and Herbert LevineDelayed processes are ubiquitous in biological systems and are often characterized by delay differential equations … - Plastic response and correlations in athermally sheared amorphous solids

Author(s): F. Puosi, J. Rottler, and J-L. BarratThe onset of irreversible deformation in low-temperature amorphous solids is due to the accumulation of elementary events, consisting of spatially and t … - Self-propulsion of a flapping flexible plate near the ground

Author(s): Chao Tang, Haibo Huang, Peng Gao, and Xi-Yun LuThe self-propulsion of a three-dimensional flapping flexible plate near the ground is studied using an immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann met … - Highly efficient terahertz radiation from a thin foil irradiated by a high-contrast laser pulse

Author(s): Z. Jin, H. B. Zhuo, T. Nakazawa, J. H. Shin, S. Wakamatsu, N. Yugami, T. Hosokai, D. B. Zou, M. Y. Yu, Z. M. Sheng, and R. KodamaRadially polarized intense terahertz (THz) radiation behind … - Continuum percolation of congruent overlapping spherocylinders

Author(s): Wenxiang Xu, Xianglong Su, and Yang JiaoContinuum percolation of randomly orientated congruent overlapping spherocylinders (composed of cylinder of height H with semispheres of diameter D a … - Thermodynamic coarsening arrested by viscous fingering in partially miscible binary mixtures

Author(s): Xiaojing Fu, Luis Cueto-Felgueroso, and Ruben JuanesWe study the evolution of binary mixtures far from equilibrium, and show that the interplay between phase separation and hydrodynamic ins … - Coalescence of sessile microdroplets subject to a wettability gradient on a solid surface

Author(s): Majid Ahmadlouydarab, Chuanjin Lan, Arup Kumar Das, and Yanbao MaWhile there are intensive studies on the coalescence of sessile macroscale droplets, there is little study on the coalescenc … - Target Lagrangian kinematic simulation for particle-laden flows

Author(s): S. Murray, M. F. Lightstone, and S. TullisThe target Lagrangian kinematic simulation method was motivated as a stochastic Lagrangian particle model that better synthesizes turbulence struct … - Chiral Potts spin glass in d=2 and 3 dimensions

Author(s): Tolga Çağlar and A. Nihat BerkerThe chiral spin-glass Potts system with q=3 states is studied in d=2 and 3 spatial dimensions by renormalization-group theory and the global phase diagrams a … - Macroscopic self-oscillations and aging transition in a network of synaptically coupled quadratic integrate-and-fire neurons

Author(s): Irmantas Ratas and Kestutis PyragasWe analyze the dynamics of a large network of coupled quadratic integrate-and-fire neurons, which represent the canonical model for class I neurons near t … - Equivalence of several generalized percolation models on networks

Author(s): Joel C. MillerIn recent years, many variants of percolation have been used to study network structure and the behavior of processes spreading on networks. These include bond percolation, si … - Evolution of cooperation under social pressure in multiplex networks

Author(s): María PeredaIn this work, we aim to contribute to the understanding of human prosocial behavior by studying the influence that a particular form of social pressure, “being watched,” has on … - Fixation of competing strategies when interacting agents differ in the time scale of strategy updating

Author(s): Jianlei Zhang, Franz J. Weissing, and Ming CaoA commonly used assumption in evolutionary game theory is that natural selection acts on individuals in the same time scale; e.g., players use … - Discontinuous bundling transition in semiflexible polymer networks induced by Casimir interactions

Author(s): Devin Kachan, Kei W. Müller, Wolfgang A. Wall, and Alex J. LevineFluctuation-induced interactions are an important organizing principle in a variety of soft matter systems. We investigate t … - Clustering and velocity distributions in granular gases cooling by solid friction

Author(s): Prasenjit Das, Sanjay Puri, and Moshe SchwartzWe present large-scale molecular dynamics simulations to study the free evolution of granular gases. Initially, the density of particles is hom … - k-cones and kirigami metamaterials

Author(s): Keith A. SeffenWe are inspired by the tensile buckling of a thin sheet with a slit to create a foldable planar metamaterial. The buckled shape comprises two pairs of identical e-cones conne … - High-pressure structural changes in liquid silica

Author(s): A. Denoeud, S. Mazevet, F. Guyot, F. Dorchies, J. Gaudin, A. Ravasio, E. Brambrink, and A. Benuzzi-MounaixThe structural properties of liquid silica at high pressure and moderate temperatur … - Performance of autonomous quantum thermal machines: Hilbert space dimension as a thermodynamical resource

Author(s): Ralph Silva, Gonzalo Manzano, Paul Skrzypczyk, and Nicolas BrunnerMultilevel autonomous quantum thermal machines are discussed. In particular, we explore the relationship between the size o … - Nonreciprocal acoustics and dynamics in the in-plane oscillations of a geometrically nonlinear lattice

Author(s): Zhen Zhang, I. Koroleva, L. I. Manevitch, L. A. Bergman, and A. F. VakakisWe study the dynamics and acoustics of a nonlinear lattice with fixed boundary conditions composed of a finite numb … - Model-based evaluation of scientific impact indicators

Author(s): Matúš Medo and Giulio CiminiUsing bibliometric data artificially generated through a model of citation dynamics calibrated on empirical data, we compare several indicators for the scientifi … - Role of the ratio of biopolyelectrolyte persistence length to nanoparticle size in the structural tuning of electrostatic complexes

Author(s): Li Shi, Florent Carn, François Boué, and Eric BuhlerAggregation of nanoparticles of given size R induced by addition of a polymer strongly depends on its degree of rigidity. This is shown h … - Fluctuating lattice Boltzmann method for the diffusion equation

Author(s): Alexander J. Wagner and Kyle StrandWe derive a fluctuating lattice Boltzmann method for the diffusion equation. The derivation removes several shortcomings of previous derivations for fluct … - Structural analysis of high-dimensional basins of attraction

Author(s): Stefano Martiniani, K. Julian Schrenk, Jacob D. Stevenson, David J. Wales, and Daan FrenkelWe propose an efficient Monte Carlo method for the computation of the volumes of high-dimensional … - Superadiabatic quantum heat engine with a multiferroic working medium

Author(s): L. Chotorlishvili, M. Azimi, S. Stagraczyński, Z. Toklikishvili, M. Schüler, and J. BerakdarA quantum thermodynamic cycle with a chiral multiferroic working substance such as LiCu_{2}O_{2} … - Generalized thermodynamic relations for a system experiencing heat and mass diffusion in the far-from-equilibrium realm based on steepest entropy ascent

Author(s): Guanchen Li and Michael R. von SpakovskyThis paper presents a nonequilibrium thermodynamic model for the relaxation of a local, isolated system in nonequilibrium using the principle of stee … - Diffusion in an expanding medium: Fokker-Planck equation, Green's function, and first-passage properties

Author(s): S. B. Yuste, E. Abad, and C. EscuderoWe present a classical, mesoscopic derivation of the Fokker-Planck equation for diffusion in an expanding medium. To this end, we take a conveniently ge … - Comparing classical and quantum equilibration

Author(s): Artur S. L. Malabarba, Terry Farrelly, and Anthony J. ShortBy using a physically relevant and theory independent definition of measurement-based equilibration, we show quantitatively that e … - Variational approach to studying solitary waves in the nonlinear Schrödinger equation with complex potentials

Author(s): Franz G. Mertens, Fred Cooper, Edward Arévalo, Avinash Khare, Avadh Saxena, and A. R. BishopWe discuss the behavior of solitary wave solutions of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLSE) a … - Optimal information diffusion in stochastic block models

Author(s): Gianbiagio Curato and Fabrizio LilloWe use the linear threshold model to study the diffusion of information on a network generated by the stochastic block model. We focus our analysis on a … - Measuring burstiness for finite event sequences

Author(s): Eun-Kyeong Kim and Hang-Hyun JoCharacterizing inhomogeneous temporal patterns in natural and social phenomena is important to understand underlying mechanisms behind such complex systems an … - Multiple scales of shock waves in dissipative laminate materials

Author(s): Pedro Franco Navarro, David J. Benson, and Vitali F. NesterenkoThe shock waves generated by a plate impact are numerically investigated in Al-W laminates with different mesostructures. The … - Dispersion and absorption in one-dimensional nonlinear lattices: A resonance phonon approach

Author(s): Lubo Xu (续路波) and Lei Wang (王雷)Based on the linear response theory, we propose a resonance phonon (r-ph) approach to study the renormalized phonons in a few one-dimensional nonlinear lattic … - Direct reconstruction of the two-dimensional pair distribution function in partially ordered systems with angular correlations

Author(s): I. A. Zaluzhnyy, R. P. Kurta, A. P. Menushenkov, B. I. Ostrovskii, and I. A. VartanyantsAn x-ray scattering approach to determine the two-dimensional (2D) pair distribution function (PDF) i … - Semiclassical treatment of quantum propagation with nonlinear classical dynamics: A third-order thawed Gaussian approximation

Author(s): Lucas Kocia and Anna KlalesThe time-dependent WKB approximation for a coherent state is expanded to third order around a guiding real trajectory, allowing for the novel treatment of nonline … - Dynamical indicators for the prediction of bursting phenomena in high-dimensional systems

Author(s): Mohammad Farazmand and Themistoklis P. SapsisDrawing upon the bursting mechanism in slow-fast systems, we propose indicators for the prediction of such rare extreme events which do not requ … - Emergence of fractal scaling in complex networks

Author(s): Zong-Wen Wei and Bing-Hong WangSome real-world networks are shown to be fractal or self-similar. It is widespread that such a phenomenon originates from the repulsion between hubs or disass … - Nonlinear onset of calcium wave propagation in cardiac cells

Author(s): Yohannes ShiferawSpontaneous calcium (Ca) waves in cardiac myocytes are known to underlie a wide range of cardiac arrhythmias. However, it is not understood which physiological parameters d … - Budding transition of asymmetric two-component lipid domains

Author(s): Jean Wolff, Shigeyuki Komura, and David AndelmanWe propose a model that accounts for the budding transition of asymmetric two-component lipid domains, where the two monolayers (leaflets) ha … - Fluctuation-induced forces between rings threaded around a polymer chain under tension

Author(s): F. M. Gilles, R. Llubaroff, and C. PastorinoWe characterize the fluctuation properties of a polymer chain under external tension and the fluctuation-induced forces between two ring molecule … - Instabilities of interacting vortex rings generated by an oscillating disk

Author(s): Jian Deng, Lubao Teng, C. P. Caulfield, and Xuerui MaoWe propose a natural model to probe in a controlled fashion the instability of interacting vortex rings shed from the edge of an oblate … - Heavy gas relaxation in a light gas shock wave at small Prandtl number

Author(s): R. Fernandez-FeriaThe shock wave structure of a binary mixture with very different molecular weights is analyzed using a two-fluid theory in the limit of small Prandtl (Pr) number of the li … - Acoustic streaming produced by a cylindrical bubble undergoing volume and translational oscillations in a microfluidic channel

Author(s): Alexander A. Doinikov, Thomas Combriat, Pierre Thibault, and Philippe MarmottantA theoretical model is developed for acoustic streaming generated by a cylindrical bubble confined in a fluid … - Elastic fingering patterns in confined lifting flows

Author(s): João V. Fontana and José A. MirandaThe elastic fingering phenomenon occurs when two confined fluids are brought into contact, and due to a chemical reaction, the interface separating them b … - Publisher's Note: Characterizing short-term stability for Boolean networks over any distribution of transfer functions [Phys. Rev. E 94, 012301 (2016)]

Author(s): C. Seshadhri, Andrew M. Smith, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Jackson R. Mayo, and Robert C. Armstrong[Phys. Rev. E 94, 039901] Published Wed Sep 14, 2016 - Spiral diffusion of rotating self-propellers with stochastic perturbation

Author(s): Amir Nourhani, Stephen J. Ebbens, John G. Gibbs, and Paul E. LammertTranslationally diffusive behavior arising from the combination of orientational diffusion and powered motion at microsco … - Spin-ordered ground state and thermodynamic behaviors of the spin-3/2 kagome Heisenberg antiferromagnet

Author(s): Tao Liu, Wei Li, and Gang SuThree different tensor network (TN) optimization algorithms are employed to accurately determine the ground state and thermodynamic properties of the spin-3/2 ka … - Number statistics for β-ensembles of random matrices: Applications to trapped fermions at zero temperature

Author(s): Ricardo Marino, Satya N. Majumdar, Grégory Schehr, and Pierpaolo VivoLet P_{β}^{(V)}(N_{I}) be the probability that a N×Nβ-ensemble of random matrices with confining potential V(x) has N_{I … - Resilience of antagonistic networks with regard to the effects of initial failures and degree-degree correlations

Author(s): Shunsuke Watanabe and Yoshiyuki KabashimaIn this study we investigate the resilience of duplex networked layers α and β coupled with antagonistic interlinks, each layer of which inhibits it … - Multiscale approach to equilibrating model polymer melts

Author(s): Carsten Svaneborg, Hossein Ali Karimi-Varzaneh, Nils Hojdis, Frank Fleck, and Ralf EveraersWe present an effective and simple multiscale method for equilibrating Kremer Grest model polymer … - Logarithmic discretization and systematic derivation of shell models in two-dimensional turbulence

Author(s): Ö. D. Gürcan, P. Morel, S. Kobayashi, Rameswar Singh, S. Xu, and P. H. DiamondA detailed systematic derivation of a logarithmically discretized model for two-dimensional turbulence is given … - Lévy flights between absorbing boundaries: Revisiting the survival probability and the shift from the exponential to the Sparre-Andersen limit behavior

Author(s): Hugo A. Araújo and Ernesto P. RaposoWe revisit the problem of calculating the survival probability of Lévy flights in a finite interval with absorbing boundaries. Our approach is based on t … - Correlations in electrically coupled chaotic lasers

Author(s): E. J. Rosero, W. A. S. Barbosa, J. F. Martinez Avila, A. Z. Khoury, and J. R. Rios LeiteWe show how two electrically coupled semiconductor lasers having optical feedback can present simulta … - Hybrid dynamics in delay-coupled swarms with mothership networks

Author(s): Jason Hindes, Klementyna Szwaykowska, and Ira B. SchwartzSwarming behavior continues to be a subject of immense interest because of its centrality in many naturally occurring systems in phy … - Fixation probabilities of evolutionary coordination games on two coupled populations

Author(s): Liye Zhang, Limin Ying, Jie Zhou, Shuguang Guan, and Yong ZouEvolutionary forces resulted from competitions between different populations are common, which change the evolutionary behavior …