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Author(s): Zi-chen He, Xin-yun Huang, and Chang-shui YuIn this paper, we study the quantum self-contained refrigerator [Linden et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 130401 (2010)] in the strong internal coupl … - Mapping of the Bak, Tang, and Wiesenfeld sandpile model on a two-dimensional Ising-correlated percolation lattice to the two-dimensional self-avoiding random walk

Author(s): J. Cheraghalizadeh, M. N. Najafi, H. Dashti-Naserabadi, and H. MohammadzadehThe self-organized criticality on the random fractal networks has many motivations, like the movement pattern of … - Statistical independence of the initial conditions in chaotic mixing

Author(s): J. M. García de la Cruz, J. C. Vassilicos, and L. RossiExperimental evidence of the scalar convergence towards a global strange eigenmode independent of the scalar initial condition in chao … - Evolving power grids with self-organized intermittent strain releases: An analogy with sandpile models and earthquakes

Author(s): Ho Fai Po, Chi Ho Yeung, An Zeng, and K. Y. Michael WongThe stability of powergrid is crucial since its disruption affects systems ranging from street lightings to hospital life-support sys … - Extracting the equation of state of lattice gases from random sequential adsorption simulations by means of the Gibbs adsorption isotherm

Author(s): Shaghayegh Darjani, Joel Koplik, and Vincent PauchardAn alternative approach for deriving the equation of state for a two-dimensional lattice gas is proposed, based on arguments similar to … - Theory-based design of sintered granular composites triples three-phase boundary in fuel cells

Author(s): Shahar Amitai, Antonio Bertei, and Raphael BlumenfeldSolid-oxide fuel cells produce electric current from energy released by a spontaneous electrochemical reaction. The efficiency of these … - Headward growth and branching in subterranean channels

Author(s): Arshad Kudrolli, Nikolay Ionkin, and Andreea PanaitescuWe investigate the erosive growth of channels in a thin subsurface sedimentary layer driven by hydrodynamic drag toward understanding … - Fluid-driven fracture propagation in heterogeneous media: Probability distributions of fracture trajectories

Author(s): David Santillán, Juan-Carlos Mosquera, and Luis Cueto-FelguerosoHydraulic fracture trajectories in rocks and other materials are highly affected by spatial heterogeneity in their mechanical … - Exploring cluster Monte Carlo updates with Boltzmann machines

Author(s): Lei WangBoltzmann machines are physics informed generative models with broad applications in machine learning. They model the probability distribution of an input data set with latent varia … - Kibble-Zurek scaling of the irreversible entropy production

Author(s): Sebastian DeffnerIf a system is driven at finite rate through a phase transition by varying an intensive parameter, the order parameter shatters into finite domains. The Kibble-Zurek mechan … - Finite-range Coulomb gas models of banded random matrices and quantum kicked rotors

Author(s): Akhilesh Pandey, Avanish Kumar, and Sanjay PuriDyson demonstrated an equivalence between infinite-range Coulomb gas models and classical random matrix ensembles for the study of eigenvalue … - Publisher's Note: Discovering phases, phase transitions, and crossovers through unsupervised machine learning: A critical examination [Phys. Rev. E 95, 062122 (2017)]

Author(s): Wenjian Hu, Rajiv R. P. Singh, and Richard T. Scalettar[Phys. Rev. E 96, 059903] Published Thu Nov 16, 2017 - Entropy production and volume contraction in thermostated Hamiltonian dynamics

Author(s): John D. RamshawPatra et al. [Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos 26, 1650089 (2016)] recently showed that the time-averaged rates of entropy production and phase-space volume contraction are equal for … - Confined sandpile in two dimensions: Percolation and singular diffusion

Author(s): R. S. Pires, A. A. Moreira, H. A. Carmona, and J. S. Andrade, Jr.We investigate the properties of a two-state sandpile model subjected to a confining potential in two dimensions. From the m … - Quantum fluctuations of entropy production for fermionic systems in the Landauer-Büttiker state

Author(s): Mihail Mintchev, Luca Santoni, and Paul SorbaThe quantum fluctuations of the entropy production for fermionic systems in the Landauer-Büttiker nonequilibrium steady state are investigated. … - Oscillation collapse in coupled quantum van der Pol oscillators

Author(s): Kenta Ishibashi and Rina KanamotoThe classical self-oscillations can collapse merely due to their mutual couplings. We investigate this oscillation collapse in quantum van der Pol oscillato … - Minimal model of directed cell motility on patterned substrates

Author(s): Matthew S. Mizuhara, Leonid Berlyand, and Igor S. AransonCrawling cell motility is vital to many biological processes such as wound healing and the immune response. Using a minimal model we … - Pressure and flow of exponentially self-correlated active particles

Author(s): Cato Sandford, Alexander Y. Grosberg, and Jean-François JoannyMicroscopic swimming particles, which dissipate energy to execute persistent directed motion, are a classic example of a nonequ … - Role of matrix behavior in compressive fracture of bovine cortical bone

Author(s): Ashwij Mayya, Anuradha Banerjee, and R. RajeshIn compressive fracture of dry plexiform bone, we examine the individual roles of overall mean porosity, the connectivity of the porosity netwo … - Deciphering the kinetic structure of multi-ion plasma shocks

Author(s): Brett D. Keenan, Andrei N. Simakov, Luis Chacón, and William T. TaitanoStrong collisional shocks in multi-ion plasmas are featured in many high-energy-density environments, including inerti … - Benchmarking of three-dimensional multicomponent lattice Boltzmann equation

Author(s): X. Xu, K. Burgin, M. A. Ellis, and I. HallidayWe present a challenging validation of phase field multicomponent lattice Boltzmann equation (MCLBE) simulation against the $\text{Re}=0$ Stoke … - Stochastic thermodynamics of periodically driven systems: Fluctuation theorem for currents and unification of two classes

Author(s): Somrita Ray and Andre C. BaratoPeriodic driving is used to operate machines that go from standard macroscopic engines to small nonequilibrium microsized systems. Two classes of such systems … - Roughness-enhanced transport in a tilted ratchet driven by Lévy noise

Author(s): Yongge Li, Yong Xu, and Jürgen KurthsThe enhanced transport of particles by roughness in a tilted rough ratchet potential subject to a Lévy noise is investigated in this paper. Due to the r … - Flat bands and compactons in mechanical lattices

Author(s): Nathan Perchikov and O. V. GendelmanLocal configurational symmetry in lattice structures may give rise to stationary, compact solutions, even in the absence of disorder and nonlinearity. Th … - Asymmetric couplings enhance the transition from chimera state to synchronization

Author(s): Changhai Tian, Hongjie Bi, Xiyun Zhang, Shuguang Guan, and Zonghua LiuChimera state has been well studied recently, but little attention has been paid to its transition to synchronization. … - Hierarchical benchmark graphs for testing community detection algorithms

Author(s): Zhao Yang, Juan I. Perotti, and Claudio J. TessoneHierarchical organization is an important, prevalent characteristic of complex systems; to understand their organization, the study of the … - Dielectric properties of liquid crystalline dimer mixtures exhibiting the nematic and twist-bend nematic phases

Author(s): Nina Trbojevic, Daniel J. Read, and Mamatha NagarajA detailed investigation of the thermal and dielectric properties of a series of binary mixtures exhibiting the nematic ($N$) and twist-be … - Erratum: Aging Wiener-Khinchin theorem and critical exponents of $\mathbit{1}/{\mathbit{f}}^{\mathbf{β}}$ noise [Phys. Rev. E 94, 052130 (2016)]

Author(s): N. Leibovich, A. Dechant, E. Lutz, and E. Barkai[Phys. Rev. E 96, 059902] Published Tue Nov 14, 2017 - From quenched disorder to continuous time random walk

Author(s): Stanislav BurovThis work focuses on quantitative representation of transport in systems with quenched disorder. Explicit mapping of the quenched trap model to continuous time random walk is … - Noise-driven current reversal and stabilization in the tilted ratchet potential subject to tempered stable Lévy noise

Author(s): Mathew L. Zuparic, Alexander C. Kalloniatis, and Dale O. RobertsWe consider motion of a particle in a one-dimensional tilted ratchet potential subject to two-sided tempered stable Lévy nois … - Dynamical transition on the periodic Lorentz gas: Stochastic and deterministic approaches

Author(s): Rafael Mateus Feliczaki, Eduardo Vicentini, and Pedro Pablo González-BorreroThe effect of dynamical properties of the periodic Lorentz gas on the autocorrelation function and diffusion coef … - Fluctuating hydrodynamics, current fluctuations, and hyperuniformity in boundary-driven open quantum chains

Author(s): Federico Carollo, Juan P. Garrahan, Igor Lesanovsky, and Carlos Pérez-EspigaresWe consider a class of either fermionic or bosonic noninteracting open quantum chains driven by dissipative in … - Universal features of cluster numbers in percolation

Author(s): Stephan Mertens, Iwan Jensen, and Robert M. ZiffThe number of clusters per site $n(p)$ in percolation at the critical point $p={p}_{c}$ is not itself a universal quantity; it depends upon t … - Dispersion of the intrinsic neuronal periods affects the relationship of the entrainment range to the coupling strength in the suprachiasmatic nucleus

Author(s): Changgui Gu, Huijie Yang, and Man WangLiving beings on the Earth are subjected to and entrained (synchronized) to the natural 24-h light-dark cycle. Interestingly, they can also be entraine … - Spectral signatures of activity-dependent neural feedback in the corticothalamic system

Author(s): N. Roy, P. Sanz-Leon, and P. A. RobinsonThe modulation of neural quantities by presynaptic and postsynaptic activities via local feedback processes is investigated by incorporating nonlinea … - Synchrony-induced modes of oscillation of a neural field model

Author(s): Jose M. Esnaola-Acebes, Alex Roxin, Daniele Avitabile, and Ernest MontbrióWe investigate the modes of oscillation of heterogeneous ring networks of quadratic integrate-and-fire (QIF) neuron … - Sound-mediated stable configurations for polystyrene particles

Author(s): Mudi Wang, Chunyin Qiu, Shenwei Zhang, Runzhou Han, Manzhu Ke, and Zhengyou LiuHere we report an experimental observation of the self-organization effect of polystyrene particles formed by … - Confinement effects in premelting dynamics

Author(s): Satyajit Pramanik and John S. WettlauferWe examine the effects of confinement on the dynamics of premelted films driven by thermomolecular pressure gradients. Our approach is to modify a we … - Topological defects in two-dimensional orientation-field models for grain growth

Author(s): Bálint Korbuly, Mathis Plapp, Hervé Henry, James A. Warren, László Gránásy, and Tamás PusztaiStandard two-dimensional orientation-field-based phase-field models rely on a continuous scalar … - Carpet cloak for water waves

Author(s): Zhenyu Wang, Chunyang Li, Razafizana Zatianina, Pei Zhang, and Yongqiang ZhangCloaking is a challenging topic in the field of wave motion, and is of significant theoretical value. In this a … - Emergence of chaos in a viscous solution of rods

Author(s): Emmanuel L. C. VI M. Plan, Stefano Musacchio, and Dario VincenziIt is shown that the addition of small amounts of microscopic rods in a viscous fluid at low Reynolds number causes a signifi … - Discrete Boltzmann modeling of Rayleigh-Taylor instability in two-component compressible flows

Author(s): Chuandong Lin, Aiguo Xu, Guangcai Zhang, Kai Hong Luo, and Yingjun LiA discrete Boltzmann model (DBM) is proposed to probe the Rayleigh-Taylor instability (RTI) in two-component compressibl … - Relaxation, thermalization, and Markovian dynamics of two spins coupled to a spin bath

Author(s): H. De Raedt, F. Jin, M. I. Katsnelson, and K. MichielsenIt is shown that by fitting a Markovian quantum master equation to the numerical solution of the time-dependent Schrödinger equation … - Consistent forcing scheme in the cascaded lattice Boltzmann method

Author(s): Linlin Fei and Kai Hong LuoIn this paper, we give an alternative derivation for the cascaded lattice Boltzmann method (CLBM) within a general multiple-relaxation-time (MRT) framework by int … - Publisher's Note: Metal nanospheres under intense continuous-wave illumination: A unique case of nonperturbative nonlinear nanophotonics [Phys. Rev. E 96, 012212 (2017)]

Author(s): I. Gurwich and Y. Sivan[Phys. Rev. E 96, 059901] Published Mon Nov 13, 2017 - Direct verification of the fluctuation-dissipation relation in viscously coupled oscillators

Author(s): Shuvojit Paul, Abhrajit Laskar, Rajesh Singh, Basudev Roy, R. Adhikari, and Ayan BanerjeeThe fluctuation-dissipation relation, a central result in nonequilibrium statistical physics, relate … - Stochastic thermodynamics of quantum maps with and without equilibrium

Author(s): Felipe Barra and Cristóbal LledóWe study stochastic thermodynamics for a quantum system of interest whose dynamics is described by a completely positive trace-preserving (CPTP) map as a res … - Power output for a nonlinear Brownian machine

Author(s): Lucianno A. C. A. Defaveri, Welles A. M. Morgado, and Sílvio M. Duarte QueirósWe propose a method that makes use of the nonlinear properties of some hypothetical microscopic solid material … - Surface deformation during an action potential in pearled cells

Author(s): Matan Mussel, Christian Fillafer, Gal Ben-Porath, and Matthias F. SchneiderElectric pulses in biological cells (action potentials) have been reported to be accompanied by a propagating cell … - Nonhelical turbulence and the inverse transfer of energy: A parameter study

Author(s): Johannes Reppin and Robi BanerjeeWe explore the phenomenon of the recently discovered inverse transfer of energy from small to large scales in decaying magnetohydrodynamical turbulence by B … - Shock-wave-like structures induced by an exothermic neutralization reaction in miscible fluids

Author(s): Dmitry Bratsun, Alexey Mizev, Elena Mosheva, and Konstantin KostarevWe report shock-wave-like structures that are strikingly different from previously observed fingering instabilities, whic … - Inferring low-dimensional microstructure representations using convolutional neural networks

Author(s): Nicholas Lubbers, Turab Lookman, and Kipton BarrosWe apply recent advances in machine learning and computer vision to a central problem in materials informatics: the statistical representat … - Exact solution of the hidden Markov processes

Author(s): David B. SaakianWe write a master equation for the distributions related to hidden Markov processes (HMPs) and solve it using a functional equation. Thus the solution of HMPs is mapped exac … - Crossover between liquidlike and gaslike behavior in $\mathrm{C}{\mathrm{H}}_{4}$ at 400 K

Author(s): D. Smith, M. A. Hakeem, P. Parisiades, H. E. Maynard-Casely, D. Foster, D. Eden, D. J. Bull, A. R. L. Marshall, A. M. Adawi, R. Howie, A. Sapelkin, V. V. Brazhkin, and J. E. ProctorWe repor … - Three-body interactions improve contact prediction within direct-coupling analysis

Author(s): Michael Schmidt and Kay HamacherThe authors develop a computational method to include three-body interactions in a model for predicting residue contacts in a protein from sequence informati … - Activity-driven changes in the mechanical properties of fire ant aggregations

Author(s): Michael Tennenbaum and Alberto Fernandez-NievesFire ant aggregations are active materials composed of individual constituents that are able to transform internal energy into work. We find u … - Perturbation theory for water with an associating reference fluid

Author(s): Bennett D. MarshallThe theoretical description of the thermodynamics of water is challenged by the structural transition towards tetrahedral symmetry at ambient conditions. As perturbation … - Active nematic gels as active relaxing solids

Author(s): Stefano S. TurziI propose a continuum theory for active nematic gels, defined as fluids or suspensions of orientable rodlike objects endowed with active dynamics, that is based on symmetry … - Interaction of a planar reacting shock wave with an isotropic turbulent vorticity field

Author(s): César Huete, Tai Jin, Daniel Martínez-Ruiz, and Kun LuoLinear interaction analysis (LIA) is employed to investigate the interaction of reactive and nonreactive shock waves with isotropic vo … - Experimental determination of phase transitions by means of configurational entropies in finite Yukawa balls

Author(s): Matthias Mulsow and André MelzerYukawa structures are ordered clusters of charged particles that can be realized with colloidal particles suspended in a plasma. The authors present experime … - Locality of interactions for planar memristive circuits

Author(s): F. CaravelliThe dynamics of purely memristive circuits has been shown to depend on a projection operator which expresses the Kirchhoff constraints, is naturally non-local in nature, and doe … - Fast and slow domino regimes in transient network dynamics

Author(s): Peter Ashwin, Jennifer Creaser, and Krasimira Tsaneva-AtanasovaIt is well known that the addition of noise to a multistable dynamical system can induce random transitions from one stable st … - Morphodynamics of a growing microbial colony driven by cell death

Author(s): Pushpita Ghosh and Herbert LevineBacterial cells can often self-organize into multicellular structures with complex spatiotemporal morphology. In this work, we study the spatiotemporal dyna … - Influence of topographically patterned angled guidelines on directed self-assembly of block copolymers

Author(s): Nathan Rebello, Vaidyanathan Sethuraman, Gregory Blachut, Christopher J. Ellison, C. Grant Willson, and Venkat GanesanSingle chain in mean-field Monte Carlo simulations were employed to stu … - Effect of polymer network on thermodynamic stability and switching behavior of the smectic-${C}_{α}^{*}$ phase

Author(s): Magdalena Knapkiewicz, Mariola Sądej, Wojciech Kuczyński, and Adam RachockiA polymer-stabilized liquid crystal based on ${4}^{′}$-(octyloxy)biphenyl-4-carboxylate 2-fluoro-4-((octyl-2-yloxy … - Entropy, specific heat, susceptibility, and Rushbrooke inequality in percolation

Author(s): M. K. Hassan, D. Alam, Z. I. Jitu, and M. M. RahmanWe investigate percolation, a probabilistic model for continuous phase transition, on square and weighted planar stochastic lattices. In i … - Magnetization plateau as a result of the uniform and gradual electron doping in a coupled spin-electron double-tetrahedral chain

Author(s): Lucia GálisováThe double-tetrahedral chain in a longitudinal magnetic field, whose nodal lattice sites occupied by the localized Ising spins regularly alternate with triangular plaquettes w … - Mode locking in systems of globally coupled phase oscillators

Author(s): Sebastian Eydam and Matthias WolfrumWe investigate the dynamics of a Kuramoto-type system of globally coupled phase oscillators with equidistant natural frequencies and a coupling strength … - Cusps enable line attractors for neural computation

Author(s): Zhuocheng Xiao, Jiwei Zhang, Andrew T. Sornborger, and Louis TaoLine attractors in neuronal networks have been suggested to be the basis of many brain functions, such as working memory, ocu … - Spreading of nonmotile bacteria on a hard agar plate: Comparison between agent-based and stochastic simulations

Author(s): Navdeep Rana, Pushpita Ghosh, and Prasad PerlekarWe study spreading of a nonmotile bacteria colony on a hard agar plate by using agent-based and continuum models. We show that the spreading … - Time-dependent Tonks-Langmuir model is unstable

Author(s): T. E. Sheridan and S. D. BaalrudWe investigate a time-dependent extension of the Tonks-Langmuir model for a one-dimensional plasma discharge with collisionless kinetic ions and Boltzmann el … - Resonances in a periodically driven bosonic system

Author(s): Anton Quelle and Cristiane Morais SmithPeriodically driven systems are a common topic in modern physics. In optical lattices specifically, driving is at the origin of many interesting pheno … - Experimental realization of a minimal microscopic heat engine

Author(s): Aykut Argun, Jalpa Soni, Lennart Dabelow, Stefano Bo, Giuseppe Pesce, Ralf Eichhorn, and Giovanni VolpeMicroscopic heat engines are microscale systems that convert energy flows between heat … - Thermodynamic cost for classical counterdiabatic driving

Author(s): Alessandro Bravetti and Diego TapiasMotivated by the recent growing interest about the thermodynamic cost of shortcuts to adiabaticity, we consider the cost of driving a classical system by … - Constraint percolation on hyperbolic lattices

Author(s): Jorge H. Lopez and J. M. SchwarzHyperbolic lattices interpolate between finite-dimensional lattices and Bethe lattices, and they are interesting in their own right, with ordinary percolatio … - Entropic nonadditivity, $H$ theorem, and nonlinear Klein-Kramers equations

Author(s): M. A. F. dos Santos and E. K. LenziWe use the $H$ theorem to establish the entropy and the entropic additivity law for a system composed of subsystems, with the dynamics governed by the Kle … - Effect of the correlation between internal noise and external noise on logical stochastic resonance in bistable systems

Author(s): Lei Zhang, Wenbin Zheng, Fei Xie, and Aiguo SongSome noisy nonlinear systems could be exploited to operate reliable logic operation in an optimal window of noise intensity, which is termed … - Extreme events in the forced Liénard system

Author(s): S. Leo Kingston, K. Thamilmaran, Pinaki Pal, Ulrike Feudel, and Syamal K. DanaWe observe extremely large amplitude intermittent spikings in a dynamical variable of a periodically forced Lié … - Population equations for degree-heterogenous neural networks

Author(s): M. Kähne, I. M. Sokolov, and S. RüdigerWe develop a statistical framework for studying recurrent networks with broad distributions of the number of synaptic links per neuron. We treat each … - Hierarchy measurement for modeling network dynamics under directed attacks

Author(s): M. Rubinson, N. Levit-Binnun, A. Peled, J. Naim-Feil, D. Freche, and E. MosesA fundamental issue in the dynamics of complex systems is the resilience of the network in response to targeted … - Electrically induced structure transition in nematic liquid crystal droplets with conical boundary conditions

Author(s): V. Yu. Rudyak, M. N. Krakhalev, V. S. Sutormin, O. O. Prishchepa, V. Ya. Zyryanov, J.-H. Liu, A. V. Emelyanenko, and A. R. KhokhlovPolymer-dispersed liquid crystal composites have been a fo … - Energy nonequipartition in gas mixtures of inelastic rough hard spheres: The tracer limit

Author(s): Francisco Vega Reyes, Antonio Lasanta, Andrés Santos, and Vicente GarzóThe dynamical properties of a tracer or impurity particle immersed in a host gas of inelastic and rough hard spheres i … - Local and global avalanches in a two-dimensional sheared granular medium

Author(s): Jonathan Barés, Dengming Wang, Dong Wang, Thibault Bertrand, Corey S. O'Hern, and Robert P. BehringerShear-induced avalanches in two-dimensional granular materials are examined using c … - Instabilities of an annulus flow between rotating cylinders in a helical magnetic field

Author(s): Yurong Zhao, Jianjun Tao, and Xiangming XiongThe stabilities of an annulus flow between the rotating inner and outer cylinders with an external helical magnetic field are studied by using t … - Flow instabilities due to the interfacial formation of surfactant–fatty acid material in a Hele-Shaw cell

Author(s): Zahra Niroobakhsh, Matthew Litman, and Andrew BelmonteWe present an experimental study of pattern formation during the penetration of an aqueous surfactant solution into a liquid fatty acid … - Numerical design of a T-shaped microfluidic device for deformability-based separation of elastic capsules and soft beads

Author(s): M. M. Villone, M. Trofa, M. A. Hulsen, and P. L. MaffettoneWe propose a square cross-section microfluidic channel with an orthogonal side branch (asymmetric T-shaped bifurcation) for the se … - Hypothesis testing of scientific Monte Carlo calculations

Author(s): Markus Wallerberger and Emanuel GullThis paper presents a case for the use of statistical hypothesis testing to investigate the correctness of Monte Carlo simulations in physics, as is done … - Lattice Boltzmann model capable of mesoscopic vorticity computation

Author(s): Cheng Peng, Zhaoli Guo, and Lian-Ping WangIt is well known that standard lattice Boltzmann (LB) models allow the strain-rate components to be computed mesoscopically (i.e., through the loca … - Optimal dephasing for ballistic energy transfer in disordered linear chains

Author(s): Yang Zhang, G. Luca Celardo, Fausto Borgonovi, and Lev KaplanWe study the interplay between dephasing, disorder, and coupling to a sink on transport efficiency in a one-dimensional chain of … - Field dynamics inference via spectral density estimation

Author(s): Philipp Frank, Theo Steininger, and Torsten A. EnßlinStochastic differential equations are of utmost importance in various scientific and industrial areas. They are the natural description … - Direct determination approach for the multifractal detrending moving average analysis

Author(s): Hai-Chuan Xu, Gao-Feng Gu, and Wei-Xing ZhouIn the canonical framework, we propose an alternative approach for the multifractal analysis based on the detrending moving average method (MF-DM … - Delay-induced wave instabilities in single-species reaction-diffusion systems

Author(s): Andereas Otto, Jian Wang, and Günter RadonsThe Turing (wave) instability is only possible in reaction-diffusion systems with more than one (two) components. Motivated by the fact that a tim … - Stochastic dynamics of genetic broadcasting networks

Author(s): Davit A. Potoyan and Peter G. WolynesThe complex genetic programs of eukaryotic cells are often regulated by key transcription factors occupying or clearing out of a large number of genomic … - Multichannel scattering problem with a nonseparable angular part as a boundary-value problem

Author(s): Shahpoor Saeidian and Vladimir S. MelezhikWe have developed an efficient computational method for solving the quantum multichannel scattering problem with a nonseparable angular part. The u … - Dynamic scaling in the two-dimensional Ising spin glass with normal-distributed couplings

Author(s): Na Xu, Kai-Hsin Wu, Shanon J. Rubin, Ying-Jer Kao, and Anders W. SandvikWe carry out simulated annealing and employ a generalized Kibble-Zurek scaling hypothesis to study the two-dimensiona … - Beyond the faster-is-slower effect

Author(s): I. M. Sticco, F. E. Cornes, G. A. Frank, and C. O. DorsoThe “faster-is-slower” effect arises when crowded people push each other to escape through an exit during an emergency situation. As … - Finite connected components in infinite directed and multiplex networks with arbitrary degree distributions

Author(s): Ivan KryvenThis work presents exact expressions for size distributions of weak and multilayer connected components in two generalizations of the configuration model: networks with directed … - Optimal paths on the road network as directed polymers

Author(s): A. P. Solon, G. Bunin, S. Chu, and M. KardarWe analyze the statistics of the shortest and fastest paths on the road network between randomly sampled end points. We find that, to a good appr … - Inherent stress correlations in a quiescent two-dimensional liquid: Static analysis including finite-size effects

Author(s): Anaël LemaîtreAfter constructing a formalism to analyze spatial stress correlations in two-dimensional equilibrated liquids, we show that the sole conjunction of mechanical balance and mate … - Dynamics of functional failures and recovery in complex road networks

Author(s): Xianyuan Zhan, Satish V. Ukkusuri, and P. Suresh C. RaoWe propose a new framework for modeling the evolution of functional failures and recoveries in complex networks, with traffic congesti …