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Author(s): Andrea Armaroli, Maura Brunetti, and Jérôme KasparianWe study a three-wave truncation of the high-order nonlinear Schrödinger equation for deep-water waves (also named Dysthe equation). We … - Optimizing stability of mutual synchronization between a pair of limit-cycle oscillators with weak cross coupling

Author(s): Sho Shirasaka, Nobuhiro Watanabe, Yoji Kawamura, and Hiroya NakaoWe consider optimization of the linear stability of synchronized states between a pair of weakly coupled limit-cycle oscilla … - Optimizing mutual synchronization of rhythmic spatiotemporal patterns in reaction-diffusion systems

Author(s): Yoji Kawamura, Sho Shirasaka, Tatsuo Yanagita, and Hiroya NakaoOptimization of the stability of synchronized states between a pair of symmetrically coupled reaction-diffusion systems exhibi … - Light propagation in binary kagome ribbons with evolving disorder

Author(s): A. Radosavljević, G. Gligorić, P. P. Beličev, A. Maluckov, and M. StepićBy introducing evolving disorder in the binary kagome ribbons, we study the establishment of diffusive spreading of f … - Generalized run-and-turn motions: From bacteria to Lévy walks

Author(s): François DetcheverrySwimming bacteria exhibit a repertoire of motility patterns, in which persistent motion is interrupted by turning events. What are the statistical properties of such ran … - Identifying the linear phase of the relativistic Kelvin-Helmholtz instability and measuring its growth rate via radiation

Author(s): R. Pausch, M. Bussmann, A. Huebl, U. Schramm, K. Steiniger, R. Widera, and A. DebusFor the relativistic Kelvin-Helmholtz instability (KHI), which occurs at shear interfaces between two plas … - Time-delayed feedback control of diffusion in random walkers

Author(s): Hiroyasu Ando, Kohta Takehara, and Miki U. KobayashiTime delay in general leads to instability in some systems, while specific feedback with delay can control fluctuated motion in nonlinear … - Detection of time delays and directional interactions based on time series from complex dynamical systems

Author(s): Huanfei Ma, Siyang Leng, Chenyang Tao, Xiong Ying, Jürgen Kurths, Ying-Cheng Lai, and Wei LinData-based and model-free accurate identification of intrinsic time delays and directional inter … - Detection of nonstationary transition to synchronized states of a neural network using recurrence analyses

Author(s): R. C. Budzinski, B. R. R. Boaretto, T. L. Prado, and S. R. LopesWe study the stability of asymptotic states displayed by a complex neural network. We focus on the loss of stability of a sta … - Fisher waves: An individual-based stochastic model

Author(s): B. Houchmandzadeh and M. ValladeThe propagation of a beneficial mutation in a spatially extended population is usually studied using the phenomenological stochastic Fisher-Kolmogorov-Petrov … - Formation of liquid drops at an orifice and dynamics of pinch-off in liquid jets

Author(s): Manash Pratim Borthakur, Gautam Biswas, and Dipankar BandyopadhyayThis paper presents a numerical investigation of the dynamics of pinch-off in liquid drops and jets during injection of a l … - Molecular-dynamics study on characteristics of energy and tangential momentum accommodation coefficients

Author(s): Hiroki Yamaguchi, Yu Matsuda, and Tomohide NiimiGas-surface interaction is studied by the molecular dynamics method to investigate qualitatively characteristics of accommodation coefficient … - Shortcuts to isothermality and nonequilibrium work relations

Author(s): Geng Li, H. T. Quan, and Z. C. TuIn conventional thermodynamics, it is widely acknowledged that the realization of an isothermal process for a system requires a quasistatic controlling prot … - Ordering phenomena in a heterostructure of frustrated and unfrustrated triangular-lattice Ising layers

Author(s): Milan Žukovič, Yusuke Tomita, and Y. KamiyaWe study critical and magnetic properties of a bilayer Ising system consisting of two triangular planes A and B, with the antiferromagnetic (AF) c … - Hyperuniformity of initial conditions and critical decay of a diffusive epidemic process belonging to the Manna class

Author(s): Sungchul Kwon and Jin Min KimFor a fixed-energy Manna sandpile model belonging to a Manna class in one dimension (d=1), we recently showed that the critical decay is different for random an … - Coarsening with nontrivial in-domain dynamics: Correlations and interface fluctuations

Author(s): Barton L. Brown and Michel PleimlingUsing numerical simulations we investigate the space-time properties of a system in which spirals emerge within coarsening domains, thus giving rise to n … - From Kardar-Parisi-Zhang scaling to explosive desynchronization in arrays of limit-cycle oscillators

Author(s): Roland Lauter, Aditi Mitra, and Florian MarquardtPhase oscillator lattices subject to noise are one of the most fundamental systems in nonequilibrium physics. We have discovered a dynamical … - Anomalous diffusion and stress relaxation in surfactant micelles

Author(s): Subas Dhakal and Radhakrishna SureshkumarWe investigate the mechanisms of anomalous diffusion in cationic surfactant micelles using molecular dynamics simulations in the presence of explici … - Colloid-colloid hydrodynamic interaction around a bend in a quasi-one-dimensional channel

Author(s): Christopher Liepold, Ryan Zarcone, Tibor Heumann, Stuart A. Rice, and Binhua LinWe report a study of how a bend in a quasi-one-dimensional (q1D) channel containing a colloid suspension at e … - Orientational dynamics of fluctuating dipolar particles assembled in a mesoscopic colloidal ribbon

Author(s): Helena Massana-Cid, Fernando Martinez-Pedrero, Andrejs Cebers, and Pietro TiernoWe combine experiments and theory to investigate the dynamics and orientational fluctuations of ferromagnetic … - Self-assembly processes of superparamagnetic colloids in a quasi-two-dimensional system

Author(s): N. Rojas, A. Darras, and G. LumaySuperparamagnetic colloids gather depending on the magnitude of the magnetic field applied, forming chains and ribbons in a quasi-two-dimensional chamber. T … - Influence of a dispersion of magnetic and nonmagnetic nanoparticles on the magnetic Fredericksz transition of the liquid crystal 5CB

Author(s): Ahmed Mouhli, Habib Ayeb, Tahar Othman, Jérôme Fresnais, Vincent Dupuis, Ian R. Nemitz, Joel S. Pendery, Charles Rosenblatt, Olivier Sandre, and Emmanuelle LacazeA long time ago, Brochard a … - Spreading law of non-Newtonian power-law liquids on a spherical substrate by an energy-balance approach

Author(s): Masao IwamatsuThe spreading of a cap-shaped spherical droplet of non-Newtonian power-law liquids, both shear-thickening and shear-thinning liquids, that completely wet a spherical substrate … - Fragmentation approach to the point-island model with hindered aggregation: Accessing the barrier energy

Author(s): Diego Luis González, Alberto Pimpinelli, and T. L. EinsteinWe study the effect of hindered aggregation on the island formation process in a one- (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) point-island m … - Linking initial microstructure and local response during quasistatic granular compaction

Author(s): R. C. Hurley, J. Lind, D. C. Pagan, M. A. Homel, M. C. Akin, and E. B. HerboldWe performed experiments combining three-dimensional x-ray diffraction and x-ray computed tomography to explore … - Crack-tip process zone as a bifurcation problem

Author(s): Alexei Boulbitch, Yury M. Gufan, and Alexander L. KorzhenevskiiStress concentration at a crack tip generates a solid structural transformation in its vicinity, the process zone. We argue th … - Electro-osmosis of nematic liquid crystals under weak anchoring and second-order surface effects

Author(s): Antarip Poddar, Jayabrata Dhar, and Suman ChakrabortyAdvent of nematic liquid crystal flows has attracted renewed attention in view of microfluidic transport phenomena. Among various transp … - Aging in the three-dimensional random-field Ising model

Author(s): Sebastian von Ohr, Markus Manssen, and Alexander K. HartmannWe studied the nonequilibrium aging behavior of the random-field Ising model in three dimensions for various values of the disord … - Consistency of detrended fluctuation analysis

Author(s): O. LøvslettenThe scaling function F(s) in detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA) scales as F(s)∼s^{H} for stochastic processes with Hurst exponent H. This scaling law is proven for stationary … - Aggregation-fragmentation-diffusion model for trail dynamics

Author(s): Kyle Kawagoe, Greg Huber, Marc Pradas, Michael Wilkinson, Alain Pumir, and Eli Ben-NaimWe investigate statistical properties of trails formed by a random process incorporating aggregation, … - Parallel random target searches in a confined space

Author(s): Sunghan Ro and Yong Woon KimWe study a random target searching performed by N independent searchers in a d-dimensional domain of a large but finite volume. Considering the two initial distr … - Visibility graphs of random scalar fields and spatial data

Author(s): Lucas Lacasa and Jacopo IacovacciWe extend the family of visibility algorithms to map scalar fields of arbitrary dimension into graphs, enabling the analysis of spatially extended data stru … - Inferring network structure from cascades

Author(s): Sushrut Ghonge and Dervis Can VuralMany physical, biological, and social phenomena can be described by cascades taking place on a network. Often, the activity can be empirically observed, b … - Turing mechanism for homeostatic control of synaptic density during C. elegans growth

Author(s): Heather A. Brooks and Paul C. BressloffWe propose a mechanism for the homeostatic control of synapses along the ventral cord of Caenorhabditis elegans during development, based on a form of … - Magnetic-field-driven alteration in capillary filling dynamics in a narrow fluidic channel

Author(s): Srinivas R. Gorthi, Pranab Kumar Mondal, and Gautam BiswasWe investigated pressure-driven transport of an immiscible binary system, constituted by two electrically conducting liquids, in a … - Multiple-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann simulation for flow, mass transfer, and adsorption in porous media

Author(s): Qiang Ma, Zhenqian Chen, and Hao LiuIn this paper, to predict the dynamics behaviors of flow and mass transfer with adsorption phenomena in porous media at the representative elementary vol … - Lattice gas with molecular dynamics collision operator

Author(s): M. Reza Parsa and Alexander J. WagnerWe introduce a lattice gas implementation that is based on coarse-graining a molecular dynamics (MD) simulation. Such a lattice gas is similar to standa … - Statistical mechanics of stochastic growth phenomena

Author(s): Oleg Alekseev and Mark Mineev-WeinsteinWe develop statistical mechanics for stochastic growth processes and apply it to Laplacian growth by using its remarkable connection with a random mat … - Columnar-disorder phase boundary in a mixture of hard squares and dimers

Author(s): Dipanjan Mandal and R. RajeshA mixture of hard squares, dimers, and vacancies on a square lattice is known to undergo a transition from a low-density disordered phase to a high-density colu … - Length of excitable knots

Author(s): Fabian Maucher and Paul SutcliffeIn this paper, we present extensive numerical simulations of an excitable medium to study the long-term dynamics of knotted vortex strings for all torus kno … - Rogue wave solutions for the infinite integrable nonlinear Schrödinger equation hierarchy

Author(s): A. Ankiewicz and N. AkhmedievWe present rogue wave solutions of the integrable nonlinear Schrödinger equation hierarchy with an infinite number of higher-order terms. The latter include hig … - Macroscopic and microscopic spectral properties of brain networks during local and global synchronization

Author(s): Vladimir A. Maksimenko, Annika Lüttjohann, Vladimir V. Makarov, Mikhail V. Goremyko, Alexey A. Koronovskii, Vladimir Nedaivozov, Anastasia E. Runnova, Gilles van Luijtelaar, Alexander E. Hr … - Explosive percolation on directed networks due to monotonic flow of activity

Author(s): Alex Waagen, Raissa M. D'Souza, and Tsai-Ching LuAn important class of real-world networks has directed edges, and in addition, some rank ordering on the nodes, for instance the popula … - Generalized network modeling: Network extraction as a coarse-scale discretization of the void space of porous media

Author(s): Ali Q. Raeini, Branko Bijeljic, and Martin J. BluntA generalized network extraction workflow is developed for parameterizing three-dimensional (3D) images of porous media. The aim of this w … - Machine-learning approach for local classification of crystalline structures in multiphase systems

Author(s): C. Dietz, T. Kretz, and M. H. ThomaMachine learning is one of the most popular fields in computer science and has a vast number of applications. In this work we will propose a method that w … - Modulated phases in a three-dimensional Maier-Saupe model with competing interactions

Author(s): P. F. Bienzobaz, Na Xu, and Anders W. SandvikThis work is dedicated to the study of the discrete version of the Maier-Saupe model in the presence of competing interactions. The competition … - Ballistic front dynamics after joining two semi-infinite quantum Ising chains

Author(s): Gabriele Perfetto and Andrea GambassiWe consider two semi-infinite quantum Ising chains initially at thermal equilibrium at two different temperatures and subsequently joined by an interact … - Production rate of the system-bath mutual information

Author(s): Sheng-Wen Li (李圣文)When an open system comes into contact with several thermal baths, the entropy produced by the irreversible processes (dS_{i}=dS−∑_{α} đQ_{α}/T_{α}) keeps increasing, and … - Coupling of lipid membrane elasticity and in-plane dynamics

Author(s): Kuan-Yu Tsang, Yei-Chen Lai, Yun-Wei Chiang, and Yi-Fan ChenBiomembranes exhibit liquid and solid features concomitantly with their in-plane fluidity and elasticity tightly regulated by cel … - Additive scaling law for structural organization of chromatin in chicken erythrocyte nuclei

Author(s): E. G. Iashina, E. V. Velichko, M. V. Filatov, W. G. Bouwman, C. P. Duif, A. Brulet, and S. V. GrigorievSmall-angle neutron scattering (SANS) on nuclei of chicken erythrocytes demonstrates t … - Alternative steady states in ecological networks

Author(s): Yael Fried, Nadav M. Shnerb, and David A. KesslerIn many natural situations, one observes a local system with many competing species that is coupled by weak immigration to a regional specie … - Role of anchoring energy on the texture of cholesteric droplets: Finite-element simulations and experiments

Author(s): Guilhem Poy, Felix Bunel, and Patrick OswaldWe present a numerical method to compute defect-free textures inside cholesteric domains of arbitrary shape. This method has two interesting prop … - Geometrical properties of rigid frictionless granular packings as a function of particle size and shape

Author(s): Jean-François Camenen and Yannick DescantesThree-dimensional discrete numerical simulation is used to investigate the properties of close-packed frictionless granular assemblies as a functi … - Effect of polymer additives on heat transport and large-scale circulation in turbulent Rayleigh-Bénard convection

Author(s): Jian-Ping Cheng, Hong-Na Zhang, Wei-Hua Cai, Si-Ning Li, and Feng-Chen LiThe present paper presents direct numerical simulations of Rayleigh-Bénard convection (RBC) in an enclosed cell fill … - Periodic jetting and monodisperse jet drops from oblique gas injection

Author(s): Oliver McRae, Antoine Gaillard, and James C. BirdWhen air is blown in a straw or tube near an air-liquid interface, typically one of two behaviors is observed: a dimple in the liquid's … - Publisher's Note: Asymmetric transmission of sound wave in cavitating liquids [Phys. Rev. E 95, 033118 (2017)]

Author(s): Xun Wang, Weizhong Chen, Shengde Liang, Taiyang Zhao, and Jinfu Liang[Phys. Rev. E 96, 019901] Published Wed Jul 19, 2017 - Nonequilibrium fluctuations during diffusion in liquid layers

Author(s): Doriano Brogioli and Alberto VailatiTheoretical analysis and experiments have provided compelling evidence of the presence of long-range nonequilibrium concentration fluctuations during dif … - Extreme and superextreme events in a loss-modulated CO_{2} laser: Nonlinear resonance route and precursors

Author(s): Cristian Bonatto and Antonio EndlerWe investigate the occurrence of extreme and rare events, i.e., giant and rare light pulses, in a periodically modulated CO_{2} laser model. Due to nonlin … - Counting statistics of chaotic resonances at optical frequencies: Theory and experiments

Author(s): Domenico Lippolis, Li Wang, and Yun-Feng XiaoA deformed dielectric microcavity is used as an experimental platform for the analysis of the statistics of chaotic resonances, in the perspecti … - Random blebbing motion: A simple model linking cell structural properties to migration characteristics

Author(s): Thomas E. Woolley, Eamonn A. Gaffney, and Alain GorielyIf the plasma membrane of a cell is able to delaminate locally from its actin cortex, a cellular bleb can be produced. Blebs are press … - Microscopic muon dynamics in the polymer electrolyte poly(ethylene oxide)

Author(s): Iain McKenzie and Stephen P. CottrellThe microscopic dynamics of protons (H^{+}) in poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) have been investigated through a study of implanted positive muons (Mu^{+}), w … - Effect of particle-size dynamics on properties of dense spongy-particle systems: Approach towards equilibrium

Author(s): Monica E. A. Zakhari, Patrick D. Anderson, and Markus HütterOpen-porous deformable particles, often envisaged as sponges, are ubiquitous in biological and industrial systems (e.g., casein m … - Orientational dynamics of a triaxial ellipsoid in simple shear flow: Influence of inertia

Author(s): Tomas Rosén, Yusuke Kotsubo, Cyrus K. Aidun, Minh Do-Quang, and Fredrik LundellThe motion of a single ellipsoidal particle in simple shear flow can provide valuable insights toward understa … - Calculating the rotational friction coefficient of fractal aerosol particles in the transition regime using extended Kirkwood-Riseman theory

Author(s): James Corson, George W. Mulholland, and Michael R. ZachariahWe apply our extended Kirkwood-Riseman theory to compute the translation, rotation, and coupling friction tensors and the scalar … - Consistent lattice Boltzmann modeling of low-speed isothermal flows at finite Knudsen numbers in slip-flow regime: Application to plane boundaries

Author(s): Goncalo Silva and Viriato SemiaoThe first nonequilibrium effect experienced by gaseous flows in contact with solid surfaces is the slip-flow regime. While the classical hydrodynamic descrip … - Phenomenological modeling of durotaxis

Author(s): Guangyuan Yu, Jingchen Feng, Haoran Man, and Herbert LevineCells exhibit qualitatively different behaviors on substrates with different rigidities. The fact that cells are more polarized on … - Viscorotational shear instability of Keplerian granular flows

Author(s): Luka G. Poniatowski and Alexander G. TevzadzeThe linear stability of viscous Keplerian flow around a gravitating center is studied using the rheological granular fluid model. The linear rhe … - Kinetic Ising models with various single-spin-flip dynamics on quenched and annealed random regular graphs

Author(s): Arkadiusz Jędrzejewski, Anna Chmiel, and Katarzyna Sznajd-WeronWe investigate a kinetic Ising model with several single-spin-flip dynamics (including Metropolis and heat bath) on quenched a … - Transition probability generating function of a transitionless quantum parametric oscillator

Author(s): Hiroaki Mishima and Yuki IzumidaThe transitionless tracking (TT) algorithm enables the exact tracking of quantum adiabatic dynamics in an arbitrary short time by adding a counterdiabatic Ha … - Classical ergodicity and quantum eigenstate thermalization: Analysis in fully connected Ising ferromagnets

Author(s): Takashi MoriWe investigate the relation between the classical ergodicity and the quantum eigenstate thermalization in the fully connected Ising ferromagnets. In the case of spin-1/2, an exp … - Energy transfer in the nonequilibrium spin-boson model: From weak to strong coupling

Author(s): Junjie Liu, Hui Xu, Baowen Li, and Changqin WuTo explore energy transfer in the nonequilibrium spin-boson model (NESB) from weak to strong system-bath coupling regimes, we propose a polaron … - Perturbation scheme for a fluxon in a curved Josephson junction

Author(s): T. Dobrowolski and A. JarmolińskiThe kink solution in the long Josephson junction is studied. The perturbation scheme of constructing the fluxon solution in curved junction is formulated. T … - Extremal-point density of scaling processes: From fractional Brownian motion to turbulence in one dimension

Author(s): Yongxiang Huang (黄永祥), Lipo Wang (王利坡), F. G. Schmitt, Xiaobo Zheng (郑小波), Nan Jiang (姜楠), and Yulu Liu (刘宇陆)In recent years several local extrema-based methodologies have been proposed to … - Controllability of flow-conservation networks

Author(s): Chen Zhao, An Zeng, Rui Jiang, Zhengzhong Yuan, and Wen-Xu WangThe ultimate goal of exploring complex networks is to control them. As such, controllability of complex networks has been inte … - Social contagion with degree-dependent thresholds

Author(s): Eun Lee and Petter HolmeWe investigate opinion spreading by a threshold model in a situation in which the influence of people is heterogeneously distributed. We assume that there is a coupl … - Multivalent ligand-receptor-mediated interaction of small filled vesicles with a cellular membrane

Author(s): Vladimir P. ZhdanovThe ligand-receptor-mediated contacts of small sub-100-nm-sized lipid vesicles (or nanoparticles) with the cellular membrane are of interest in the contexts of cell-to-ce … - Marginally compact fractal trees with semiflexibility

Author(s): Maxim Dolgushev, Adrian L. Hauber, Philipp Pelagejcev, and Joachim P. WittmerWe study marginally compact macromolecular trees that are created by means of two different fractal generators. … - Dislocation-free growth of quasicrystals from two seeds due to additional phasonic degrees of freedom

Author(s): M. Schmiedeberg, C. V. Achim, J. Hielscher, S. C. Kapfer, and H. LöwenWe explore the growth of two-dimensional quasicrystals, i.e., aperiodic structures that possess long-range order, from … - Self-assembly of rigid magnetic rods consisting of single dipolar beads in two dimensions

Author(s): Jorge L. C. Domingos, François M. Peeters, and W. P. FerreiraMolecular dynamics simulations are used to investigate the structural properties of a two-dimensional ensemble of magnetic rods, … - Stability of the fluid interface in a Hele-Shaw cell subjected to horizontal vibrations

Author(s): T. P. Lyubimova, D. V. Lyubimov, E. S. Sadilov, and D. M. PopovThe stability of the horizontal interface of two immiscible viscous fluids in a Hele-Shaw cell subject to gravity and horizont … - Extreme event statistics in a drifting Markov chain

Author(s): Farina Kindermann, Michael Hohmann, Tobias Lausch, Daniel Mayer, Felix Schmidt, and Artur WideraWe analyze extreme event statistics of experimentally realized Markov chains with various dri … - Transport and diffusion properties of Brownian particles powered by a rotating wheel

Author(s): Bao-quan AiDiffusion and rectification of Brownian particles powered by a rotating wheel are numerically investigated in a two-dimensional channel. The nonequilibrium driving comes from the … - Properties and relative measure for quantifying quantum synchronization

Author(s): Wenlin Li, Wenzhao Zhang, Chong Li, and Heshan SongAlthough quantum synchronization phenomena and corresponding measures have been widely discussed recently, it is still an open question ho … - Metal nanospheres under intense continuous-wave illumination: A unique case of nonperturbative nonlinear nanophotonics

Author(s): I. Gurwich and Y. SivanWe show that the standard perturbative (i.e., cubic) description of the thermal nonlinear response of a single metal nanosphere to intense continuous-wave (CW) illumi … - Finite-size scaling in the system of coupled oscillators with heterogeneity in coupling strength

Author(s): Hyunsuk HongWe consider a mean-field model of coupled phase oscillators with random heterogeneity in the coupling strength. The system that we investigate here is a minimal model that conta … - Balancing specificity, sensitivity, and speed of ligand discrimination by zero-order ultraspecificity

Author(s): Masashi K. Kajita, Kazuyuki Aihara, and Tetsuya J. KobayashiSpecific interactions between receptors and their target ligands in the presence of nontarget ligands are crucial for biological … - Optimal information transfer in enzymatic networks: A field theoretic formulation

Author(s): Himadri S. Samanta, Michael Hinczewski, and D. ThirumalaiSignaling in enzymatic networks is typically triggered by environmental fluctuations, resulting in a series of stochastic chemical r … - Minimum energy paths for conformational changes of viral capsids

Author(s): Paolo Cermelli, Giuliana Indelicato, and Emilio ZappaIn this work we study conformational changes of viral capsids using techniques of large deviations theory for stochastic differential eq … - Derivation of stable Burnett equations for rarefied gas flows

Author(s): Narendra Singh, Ravi Sudam Jadhav, and Amit AgrawalA set of constitutive relations for the stress tensor and heat flux vector for the hydrodynamic description of rarefied gas flows is deriv … - Front roughening of flames in discrete media

Author(s): Fredric Lam, XiaoCheng Mi, and Andrew J. HigginsThe morphology of flame fronts propagating in reactive systems composed of randomly positioned, pointlike sources is studied. The solution of … - de Almeida–Thouless instability in short-range Ising spin glasses

Author(s): R. R. P. Singh and A. P. YoungWe use high-temperature series expansions to study the ±J Ising spin glass in a magnetic field in d-dimensional hypercubic lattices for d=5–8 and in the infini … - Finite-size effect on optimal efficiency of heat engines

Author(s): Hiroyasu Tajima and Masahito HayashiThe optimal efficiency of quantum (or classical) heat engines whose heat baths are n-particle systems is given by the strong large deviation. We give the … - Hybrid colored noise process with space-dependent switching rates

Author(s): Paul C. Bressloff and Sean D. LawleyA fundamental issue in the theory of continuous stochastic process is the interpretation of multiplicative white noise, which is often referred to as the … - Boundary in the dynamic phase of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units

Author(s): Hiroaki DaidoThere is a crucial boundary between dynamic phase 1 and dynamic phase 2 of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units, where the mean field is constant and oscillates in … - Takeover times for a simple model of network infection

Author(s): Bertrand Ottino-Löffler, Jacob G. Scott, and Steven H. StrogatzWe study a stochastic model of infection spreading on a network. At each time step a node is chosen at random, along with one … - Theory of microphase separation in bidisperse chiral membranes

Author(s): Raunak Sakhardande, Stefan Stanojeviea, Arvind Baskaran, Aparna Baskaran, Michael F. Hagan, and Bulbul ChakrabortyWe present a Ginzburg-Landau theory of microphase separation in a bidispers … - Boundary-layer effects in droplet splashing

Author(s): Guillaume Riboux and José Manuel GordilloA drop falling onto a solid substrate will disintegrate into smaller parts when its impact velocity V exceeds the so-called critical velocity for sp … - Collisional heating and adiabatic expansion of warm dense matter with intense relativistic electrons

Author(s): J. E. Coleman and J. ColganAdiabatic expansion of a warm dense Ti plasma has been observed after isochoric heating of a 100−μm-thick Ti foil with an ∼100-ns-long intense relativistic electr … - Adaptive numerical algorithms to simulate the dynamical Casimir effect in a closed cavity with different boundary conditions

Author(s): Paula I. Villar and Alejandro SobaWe present an alternative numerical approach to compute the number of particles created inside a cavity due to time-dependent boundary conditions. The phys … - Long-time instability in the Runge-Kutta algorithm for a Nosé-Hoover heat bath of a harmonic chain and its stabilization

Author(s): Baiyili Liu and Shaoqiang TangIn this paper, we investigate the Runge-Kutta algorithm for the Nosé-Hoover heat bath of a harmonic chain. The Runge-Kutta algorithm is found to be unstable in …