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Author(s): Ignacio García-Mata, Augusto J. Roncaglia, and Diego A. WisniackiIn classical statistical mechanics there is a clear correlation between relaxation to equilibrium and chaos. In contrast, fo … - Asymptotic analysis of narrow escape problems in nonspherical three-dimensional domains

Author(s): Daniel Gomez and Alexei F. CheviakovNarrow escape problems consider the calculation of the mean first passage time (MFPT) for a particle undergoing Brownian motion in a domain with a bounda … - Predicting and identifying finite-size effects in current spectra of one-dimensional oscillator chains

Author(s): G. R. Lee-DadswellThe existence of a finite-size effect in one-dimensional oscillator systems causing the energy current power spectrum to saturate to a constant value at low frequencies is … - Power-law decay of the velocity autocorrelation function of a granular fluid in the homogeneous cooling state

Author(s): J. Javier Brey and M. J. Ruiz-MonteroThe hydrodynamic part of the velocity autocorrelation function of a granular fluid in the homogeneous cooling state has been calculated by using mode-co … - Controlling chaos using a system of harmonic oscillators

Author(s): Ali Azimi Olyaei and Christine WuAn effective method of controlling chaos is proposed. The control mechanism of the proposed method can be interpreted as the synchronization of a chaotic sy … - Iterative solutions to the steady-state density matrix for optomechanical systems

Author(s): P. D. Nation, J. R. Johansson, M. P. Blencowe, and A. J. RimbergWe present a sparse matrix permutation from graph theory that gives stable incomplete lower-upper preconditioners necessary f … - Comment on “Spontaneous liquid-liquid phase separation of water”

Author(s): David T. Limmer and David ChandlerYagasaki et al. [Phys. Rev. E 89, 020301 (2014)PRESCM10.1103/PhysRevE.89.020301] present results from a molecular dynamics trajectory illustrating coarseni … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Spontaneous liquid-liquid phase separation of water’ ”

Author(s): Takuma Yagasaki, Masakazu Matsumoto, and Hideki TanakaTwo different scenarios have been proposed on the phase separation occurring in the deeply supercooled liquid water. We discuss what we … - Multiple transitions of the susceptible-infected-susceptible epidemic model on complex networks

Author(s): Angélica S. Mata and Silvio C. FerreiraThe epidemic threshold of the susceptible-infected-susceptible (SIS) dynamics on random networks having a power law degree distribution with exponent … - Quantum signatures of classical multifractal measures

Author(s): Moritz Schönwetter and Eduardo G. AltmannA clear signature of classical chaoticity in the quantum regime is the fractal Weyl law, which connects the density of eigenstates to the dimension … - Direct linear term in the equation of state of plasmas

Author(s): W. D. Kraeft, D. Kremp, and G. RöpkeWe discuss a long-standing discrepancy in the equation of state of charge-neutral plasmas, the occurrence of an e2 direct term. This e2 term may appear i … - Tunable heat conduction through coupled Fermi-Pasta-Ulam chains

Author(s): Ruixia Su, Zongqiang Yuan, Jun Wang, and Zhigang ZhengWe conduct a study on heat conduction through coupled Fermi-Pasta-Ulam (FPU) chains by using classical molecular dynamics simulations. … - Solving the inverse problem of noise-driven dynamic networks

Author(s): Zhaoyang Zhang, Zhigang Zheng, Haijing Niu, Yuanyuan Mi, Si Wu, and Gang HuNowadays, massive amounts of data are available for analysis in natural and social systems and the tasks to depict … - Theory of fads: Traveling-wave solution of evolutionary dynamics in a one-dimensional trait space

Author(s): Mi Jin Lee, Su Do Yi, Beom Jun Kim, and Seung Ki BaekWe consider an infinite-sized population where an infinite number of traits compete simultaneously. The replicator equation with a diffu … - Frequency adjustment and synchrony in networks of delayed pulse-coupled oscillators

Author(s): Joel NishimuraWe introduce a system of pulse-coupled oscillators that can change both their phases and frequencies and prove that when there is a separation of time scales between phase and … - Influence of oscillatory centrifugal forces on the mechanism of Turing pattern formation

Author(s): Jacobo Guiu-Souto and Alberto P. MuñuzuriConstantly acting centrifugal forces on Turing pattern forming systems have been observed to induce orientation and wavelength changes on Turing str … - Extreme events due to localization of energy

Author(s): Colm Mulhern, Stephan Bialonski, and Holger KantzWe study a one-dimensional chain of harmonically coupled units in an asymmetric anharmonic soft potential. Due to nonlinear localization of … - Resistivity saturation in warm dense matter

Author(s): Gérald Faussurier and Christophe BlancardElectrical resistivity is shown to saturate in solid-density aluminum in the warm dense matter regime. Calculations are done using the average-atom … - Laser-driven Rayleigh-Taylor instability: Plasmonic effects and three-dimensional structures

Author(s): A. Sgattoni, S. Sinigardi, L. Fedeli, F. Pegoraro, and A. MacchiThe acceleration of dense targets driven by the radiation pressure of high-intensity lasers leads to a Rayleigh-Taylor instab … - Ion cooling in collisionless plasma expansion

Author(s): P. MoraThe ion cooling in collisionless plasma expansion is revisited. It is shown that, in the case of an initial Maxwellian ion distribution, the ion cooling is much slower than predicted … - Evidence for out-of-equilibrium states in warm dense matter probed by x-ray Thomson scattering

Author(s): Jean Clérouin, Grégory Robert, Philippe Arnault, Christopher Ticknor, Joel D. Kress, and Lee A. CollinsA recent and unexpected discrepancy between ab initio simulations and the interpretati … - Nonthermal and suprathermal distributions as a consequence of superstatistics

Author(s): Kamel Ourabah, Leila Ait Gougam, and Mouloud TribecheWe propose to put the well-known nonthermal and suprathermal empirical distributions, used in plasma physics, onto a more rigorous found … - Collective motion with anticipation: Flocking, spinning, and swarming

Author(s): Alexandre Morin, Jean-Baptiste Caussin, Christophe Eloy, and Denis BartoloWe investigate the collective dynamics of self-propelled particles able to probe and anticipate the orientation of … - Transport of interacting particles in a chain of cavities: Description through a modified Fick-Jacobs equation

Author(s): G. P. Suárez, M. Hoyuelos, and H. O. MártinWe study the transport process of interacting Brownian particles in a tube of varying cross section. To describe this process we introduce a modif … - Sheet on a deformable sphere: Wrinkle patterns suppress curvature-induced delamination

Author(s): Evan Hohlfeld and Benny DavidovitchThe adhesion of a stiff film onto a curved substrate often generates elastic stresses in the film that eventually give rise to its delamination. Here we p … - Nucleation and propagation of solitary Schallamach waves

Author(s): Koushik Viswanathan, Anirban Mahato, and Srinivasan ChandrasekarWe isolate single Schallamach waves—detachment fronts that mediate inhomogeneous sliding between an elastomer and a hard surf … - Period of a comblike pattern controlled by atom supply and noise

Author(s): Masashi Kawaguchi, Hitoshi Miura, Kazuhiro Kishi, Masahide Sato, and Makio UwahaPattern formation of a step on a growing crystal surface induced by a straight line source of atoms, which is … - Confinement-dependent localization of diffusing aggregates in cellular geometries

Author(s): Mahdi Rezaei Keramati, Vaihbav Wasnik, Liyan Ping, Dibyendu Das, and Eldon EmberlyConfinement has a strong influence on diffusing nano-sized clusters. In particular, biomolecular aggregates … - Absence of jamming in ant trails: Feedback control of self-propulsion and noise

Author(s): Debasish Chaudhuri and Apoorva NagarWe present a model of ant traffic considering individual ants as self-propelled particles undergoing single-file motion on a one-dimensional trail. Recen … - Budding of domains in mixed bilayer membranes

Author(s): Jean Wolff, Shigeyuki Komura, and David AndelmanWe propose a model that accounts for the budding behavior of domains in lipid bilayers, where each of the bilayer leaflets has a coupling bet … - Assortative and disassortative mixing investigated using the spectra of graphs

Author(s): Sarika Jalan and Alok YadavWe investigate the impact of degree-degree correlations on the spectra of networks. Even though density distributions exhibit drastic changes depending on the (di … - Autoresonant excitation of dark solitons

Author(s): M. A. Borich, A. G. Shagalov, and L. FriedlandContinuouslyphase-locked (autoresonant) dark solitons of the defocusing nonlinear Schrodinger equation are excited and controlled by driving th … - Quantum properties of double kicked systems with classical translational invariance in momentum

Author(s): Itzhack DanaDouble kicked rotors (DKRs) appear to be the simplest nonintegrable Hamiltonian systems featuring classical translational symmetry in phase space (i.e., in angular momentum) for … - Classical dynamics and localization of resonances in the high-energy region of the hydrogen atom in crossed fields

Author(s): Frank Schweiner, Jörg Main, Holger Cartarius, and Günter WunnerWhen superimposing the potentials of external fields on the Coulomb potential of the hydrogen atom, a saddle point (called the … - Intermittent flow regimes near the convection threshold in ferromagnetic nanofluids

Author(s): Marina T. Krauzina, Alexandra A. Bozhko, Gennady F. Putin, and Sergey A. SuslovThe onset and decay of convection in a spherical cavity filled with ferromagnetic nanofluid and heated from be … - Periodic emission of droplets from an oscillating electrified meniscus of a low-viscosity, highly conductive liquid

Author(s): A. J. Hijano, I. G. Loscertales, S. E. Ibáñez, and F. J. HigueraThe generation of identical droplets of controllable size in the micrometer range is a problem of much interest owing to the … - Pseudoatom molecular dynamics

Author(s): C. E. Starrett, J. Daligault, and D. SaumonAn approach to simulating warm and hot dense matter that combines density-functional-theory-based calculations of the electronic structure to clas … - Elliptical vortex solutions, integrable Ermakov structure, and Lax pair formulation of the compressible Euler equations

Author(s): Hongli An, Engui Fan, and Haixing ZhuThe 2+1-dimensional compressible Euler equations are investigated here. A power-type elliptic vortex ansatz is introduced and thereby reduction obtains … - Wide localized solutions of the parity-time-symmetric nonautonomous nonlinear Schrödinger equation

Author(s): L. E. Arroyo Meza, A. de Souza Dutra, M. B. Hott, and P. RoyBy using canonical transformations we obtain localized (in space) exact solutions of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLSE) wi … - Idle waves in high-performance computing

Author(s): Stefano Markidis, Juris Vencels, Ivy Bo Peng, Dana Akhmetova, Erwin Laure, and Pierre HenriIn parallel applications running on supercomputers, the computation is divided among processes, ea … - Erratum: Unusual eigenvalue spectrum and relaxation in the Lévy–Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process [Phys. Rev. E 90, 040101(R) (2014)]

Author(s): Deepika Janakiraman and K. L. Sebastian[Phys. Rev. E 91, 019904] Published Tue Jan 20, 2015 - Erratum: Role of collisions in erosion of regolith during a lunar landing [Phys. Rev. E 87, 022205 (2013)]

Author(s): Kyle J. Berger, Anshu Anand, Philip T. Metzger, and Christine M. Hrenya[Phys. Rev. E 91, 019905] Published Tue Jan 20, 2015 - Quantum phase transitions exposed by rotating the spins

Author(s): Xin Li and Yu ShiUsing the exactly solvable XY spin chain as an example, we consider nonadiabatic variation of the Hamiltonian along an isospectral trajectory. We suggest that quantum phase … - Fluctuation theorem for partially masked nonequilibrium dynamics

Author(s): Naoto Shiraishi and Takahiro SagawaWe establish a generalization of the fluctuation theorem for partially masked nonequilibrium dynamics. We introduce a partial entropy production with a su … - Nonequilibrium random-field Ising model on a diluted triangular lattice

Author(s): Lobisor Kurbah, Diana Thongjaomayum, and Prabodh ShuklaWe study critical hysteresis in the random-field Ising model on a two-dimensional periodic lattice with a variable coordination number … - Block renormalization study on the nonequilibrium chiral Ising model

Author(s): Mina Kim (김민아), Su-Chan Park (박수찬), and Jae Dong Noh (노재동)We present a numerical study on the ordering dynamics of a one-dimensional nonequilibrium Ising spin system with chirality. This sy … - Effect of the porosity on the fracture surface roughness of sintered materials: From anisotropic to isotropic self-affine scaling

Author(s): T. Cambonie, J. Bares, M. L. Hattali, D. Bonamy, V. Lazarus, and H. AuradouTo unravel how the microstructure affects the fracture surface roughness in heterogeneous brittle solids like rock … - Transcriptional leakage versus noise: A simple mechanism of conversion between binary and graded response in autoregulated genes

Author(s): Anna Ochab-Marcinek and Marcin TabakaWe study the response of an autoregulated gene to a range of concentrations of signal molecules. We show that transcriptional leakage and noise due to t … - Solution of the voter model by spectral analysis

Author(s): William Pickering and Chjan LimAn exact spectral analysis of the Markov propagator for the voter model is presented for the complete graph and extended to the complete bipartite graph and u … - Initial-value representation of the semiclassical zeta function

Author(s): Haim Barak and Kenneth G. KayThis work casts the semiclassical zeta function in a form suitable for practical calculations of energy levels for rather general systems. To accomplish this, t … - Predicting percolation thresholds in networks

Author(s): Filippo RadicchiWe consider different methods, which do not rely on numerical simulations of the percolation process, to approximate percolation thresholds in networks. We perform a systema … - Prior-predictive value from fast-growth simulations: Error analysis and bias estimation

Author(s): Alberto Favaro, Daniel Nickelsen, Elena Barykina, and Andreas EngelVariants of fluctuation theorems recently discovered in the statistical mechanics of nonequilibrium processes may be used … - Descending from infinity: Convergence of tailed distributions

Author(s): Christian Van den Broeck, Upendra Harbola, Raul Toral, and Katja LindenbergWe investigate the relaxation of long-tailed distributions under stochastic dynamics that do not support such tail … - Perturbation of the yield-stress rheology of polymer thin films by nonlinear shear ultrasound

Author(s): J. Léopoldès, G. Conrad, and X. JiaWe investigate the nonlinear response of macromolecular thin films subjected to high-amplitude ultrasonic shear oscillation using a sphere-plane contact g … - Dynamics of dc bus networks and their stabilization by decentralized delayed feedback

Author(s): Keiji Konishi, Yoshiki Sugitani, and Naoyuki HaraThe present paper deals with the dynamics of bus networks, which consist of several identical dc bus systems connected by resistors. It is a … - Individual behavior and pairwise interactions between microswimmers in anisotropic liquid

Author(s): Andrey Sokolov, Shuang Zhou, Oleg D. Lavrentovich, and Igor S. AransonA motile bacterium swims by generating flow in its surrounding liquid. Anisotropy of the suspending liquid significantl … - Publisher's Note: Dielectric function of dense plasmas, their stopping power, and sum rules [Phys. Rev. E 90, 053102 (2014)]

Author(s): Yu. V. Arkhipov, A. B. Ashikbayeva, A. Askaruly, A. E. Davletov, and I. M. Tkachenko[Phys. Rev. E 91, 019903] Published Thu Jan 15, 2015 - Dynamics and density distribution of strongly confined noninteracting nonaligning self-propelled particles in a nonconvex boundary

Author(s): Yaouen Fily, Aparna Baskaran, and Michael F. HaganWe study the dynamics of nonaligning, noninteracting self-propelled particles confined to a box in two dimensions. In the strong confinemen … - Phase-space representation of completely positive quantum operation: Invertible subdynamics of two-mode squeezed states

Author(s): Sumiyoshi Abe and Yasuyuki MatsuoCompletely positive quantum operations are frequently discussed in the contexts of statistical mechanics and quantum information. They are customarily given … - Structural orderings of anisotropically confined colloids interacting via a quasi-square-well potential

Author(s): L. Q. Costa Campos and S. W. S. ApolinarioWe implement Brownian dynamics to investigate the static properties of colloidal particles confined anisotropically and interacting via a potential … - Measurement of contact-line dissipation in a nanometer-thin soap film

Author(s): Shuo Guo, Chun Huen Lee, Ping Sheng, and Penger TongWe report a direct measurement of the friction coefficient ξc of two fluctuating contact lines formed on a fiber surface when a long glas … - Mean-field model of the von Kármán sodium dynamo experiment using soft iron impellers

Author(s): C. Nore, J. Léorat, J.-L. Guermond, and A. GieseckeIt has been observed that dynamo action occurs in the von-Kármán-Sodium (VKS) experiment only when the rotating disks and the blades are m … - Rayleigh-Lagrange formalism for classical dissipative systems

Author(s): Epifanio G. VirgaIt is often believed that the Rayleigh-Lagrange formalism for classical dissipative systems is unable to encompass forces described by nonlinear functions of the velocities … - Local search methods based on variable focusing for random K-satisfiability

Author(s): Rémi Lemoy, Mikko Alava, and Erik AurellWe introduce variable focused local search algorithms for satisfiabiliity problems. Usual approaches focus uniformly on unsatisfied clauses. The meth … - Dual modes of self-assembly in superstrongly segregated bicomponent triblock copolymer melts

Author(s): Sebastian Woloszczuk, Kenneth P. Mineart, Richard J. Spontak, and Michal BanaszakWhile ABC triblock copolymers are known to form a plethora of dual-mode (i.e., order-on-order) nanostructure … - Singular solution of the Feller diffusion equation via a spectral decomposition

Author(s): Xinjun Gan and David WaxmanFeller studied a branching process and found that the distribution for this process approximately obeys a diffusion equation [W. Feller, in Proceedings of the Sec ... - Random-walk model to study cycles emerging from the exploration-exploitation trade-off

Author(s): Laila D. Kazimierski, Guillermo Abramson, and Marcelo N. KupermanWe present a model for a random walk with memory, phenomenologically inspired in a biological system. The walker has the cap ... - Suppressing turbulence and enhancing liquid suspension flow in pipelines with electrorheology

Author(s): R. Tao and G. Q. GuFlows through pipes, such as crude oil through pipelines, are the most common and important method of transportation of fluids. To enhance the flow output along the pipel ... - Wrinkling pattern evolution of cylindrical biological tissues with differential growth

Author(s): Fei Jia, Bo Li, Yan-Ping Cao, Wei-Hua Xie, and Xi-Qiao FengThree-dimensional surface wrinkling of soft cylindrical tissues induced by differential growth is explored. Differential volumetri ... - Supersymmetric multiplex networks described by coupled Bose and Fermi statistics

Author(s): Ginestra BianconiUntil now, no simple symmetries have been detected in complex networks. Here we show that in growing multiplex networks the symmetries of multilayer structures can be explo ... - Dynamic message-passing equations for models with unidirectional dynamics

Author(s): Andrey Y. Lokhov, Marc Mézard, and Lenka ZdeborováUnderstanding and quantifying the dynamics of disordered out-of-equilibrium models is an important problem in many branches of science. Usi ... - Interactions and collisions of discrete breathers in two-species Bose-Einstein condensates in optical lattices

Author(s): Russell Campbell, Gian-Luca Oppo, and Mateusz BorkowskiThe dynamics of static and traveling breathers in two-species Bose-Einstein condensates in a one-dimensional optical lattice is modell ... - Multirhythmicity in an optoelectronic oscillator with large delay

Author(s): Lionel Weicker, Thomas Erneux, David P. Rosin, and Daniel J. GauthierAn optoelectronic oscillator exhibiting a large delay in its feedback loop is studied both experimentally and theoretica ... - Relevance of the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis for thermal relaxation

Author(s): Abdellah Khodja, Robin Steinigeweg, and Jochen GemmerWe study the validity of the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis (ETH) and its role for the occurrence of initial-state independent (IS ... - Bound on thermoelectric power in a magnetic field within linear response

Author(s): Kay Brandner and Udo SeifertFor thermoelectric power generation in a multiterminal geometry, strong numerical evidence for a universal bound as a function of the magnetic-field induced asym ... - Dynamics of a rigid rod in a disordered medium with long-range spatial correlation

Author(s): M. Ebrahim Foulaadvand and Mahdiyeh SadraraWe investigate the diffusion of a rigid rodlike object in a two-dimensional disordered host medium, which consists of static pointlike sources of ... - Structure and dynamics of model colloidal clusters with short-range attractions

Author(s): Robert S. HoyWe examine the structure and dynamics of small isolated N-particle clusters interacting via short-ranged Morse potentials. “Ideally prepared ensembles” obtained via exact enume ... - Friction control with nematic lubricants via external fields

Author(s): Claudio Manzato, Adam S. Foster, Mikko J. Alava, and Lasse LaursonWe study the connection between sliding friction and the phase behavior of a simple rigid bead-necklace model of a liquid c ... - Adsorption of charged and neutral polymer chains on silica surfaces: The role of electrostatics, volume exclusion, and hydrogen bonding

Author(s): Evan Spruijt, P. M. Biesheuvel, and Wiebe M. de VosWe develop an off-lattice (continuum) model to describe the adsorption of neutral polymer chains and polyelectrolytes to surfaces. Our con ... - Macromolecular crowding impacts on the diffusion and conformation of DNA hairpins

Author(s): Olivia Stiehl, Kathrin Weidner-Hertrampf, and Matthias WeissBiochemical reactions in crowded fluids differ significantly from those in dilute solutions. Both, excluded-volume interactions w ... - Estimating the resolution limit of the map equation in community detection

Author(s): Tatsuro Kawamoto and Martin RosvallA community detection algorithm is considered to have a resolution limit if the scale of the smallest modules that can be resolved depends on the size of ... - Adaptive time-delayed stabilization of steady states and periodic orbits

Author(s): Anton Selivanov, Judith Lehnert, Alexander Fradkov, and Eckehard SchöllWe derive adaptive time-delayed feedback controllers that stabilize fixed points and periodic orbits. First, we develo ... - Critical slowing down in networks generating temporal complexity

Author(s): M. T. Beig, A. Svenkeson, M. Bologna, B. J. West, and P. GrigoliniWe study a nonlinear Langevin equation describing the dynamic variable X(t), the mean field (order parameter) of a finite s ... - Self-organization of complex networks as a dynamical system

Author(s): Takaaki Aoki, Koichiro Yawata, and Toshio AoyagiTo understand the dynamics of real-world networks, we investigate a mathematical model of the interplay between the dynamics of random walker ... - Equation of state of a dense plasma by orbital-free and quantum molecular dynamics: Examination of two isothermal-isobaric mixing rules

Author(s): J.-F. Danel and L. KazandjianWe test two isothermal-isobaric mixing rules, respectively based on excess-pressure and total-pressure equilibration, applied to the equation of state of a dens ... - Anomalous diffusion in a quenched-trap model on fractal lattices

Author(s): Tomoshige Miyaguchi and Takuma AkimotoModels with mixed origins of anomalous subdiffusion have been considered important for understanding transport in biological systems. Here one such mix ... - Exponential energy growth in adiabatically changing Hamiltonian systems

Author(s): Tiago Pereira and Dmitry TuraevWe show that the mixed phase space dynamics of a typical smooth Hamiltonian system universally leads to a sustained exponential growth of energy at a slow per ... - Thermodynamic curvature for a two-parameter spin model with frustration

Author(s): George Ruppeiner and Stefano BellucciMicroscopic models of realistic thermodynamic systems usually involve a number of parameters, not all of equal macroscopic relevance. We examine a decor ... - Existence of a tricritical point in the antiferromagnet KFe_{3}(OH)_{6}(SO_{4})_{2} on a kagome lattice

Author(s): A. S. Freitas and Douglas F. de AlbuquerqueWe study the phase diagram in the H-T plane of the potassium jarosite compound KFe3(OH)6(SO4)2 for the antiferromagnetic XY model with Dzyaloshins ... - Quantum critical behavior of the quantum Ising model on fractal lattices

Author(s): Hangmo YiI study the properties of the quantum critical point of the transverse-field quantum Ising model on various fractal lattices such as the Sierpiński carpet, Sierpiński gasket, and S ... - Thermal fluctuations and stiffening of symmetric heterogeneous fluid membranes

Author(s): Tirthankar Banerjee and Abhik BasuWe study the effects of thermal fluctuations on symmetric tensionless heterogeneous (two-component) fluid membranes in a simple minimal model. Close to the ... - Equilibrium state of a cylindrical particle with flat ends in nematic liquid crystals

Author(s): S. Masoomeh Hashemi and Mohammad Reza EjtehadiA continuum theory is employed to numerically study the equilibrium orientation and defect structures of a circular cylindrical particle with f ... - Existence of anticorrelations for local field potentials recorded from mice reared in standard condition and environmental enrichment

Author(s): F. Vallone, A. Cintio, M. Mainardi, M. Caleo, and A. Di GarboIn the present paper, we analyze local field potentials (LFPs) recorded from the secondary motor cortex (M2) and primary visual ... - Keeping speed and distance for aligned motion

Author(s): Illés J. Farkas, Jeromos Kun, Yi Jin (金祎), Gaoqi He (何高奇), and Mingliang Xu (徐明亮)The cohesive collective motion (flocking, swarming) of autonomous agents is ubiquitously observed and exploi ... - General three-state model with biased population replacement: Analytical solution and application to language dynamics

Author(s): Francesca Colaiori, Claudio Castellano, Christine F. Cuskley, Vittorio Loreto, Martina Pugliese, and Francesca TriaInteraction among speakers of a language may explain why frequently used v ... - Soliton stability criterion for generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equations

Author(s): Niurka R. Quintero, Franz G. Mertens, and A. R. BishopA stability criterion for solitons of the driven nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLSE) has been conjectured. The criterion states that ... - Chaotic dynamics of a convection roll in a highly confined, vertical, differentially heated fluid layer

Author(s): Zhenlan Gao, Berengere Podvin, Anne Sergent, and Shihe XinDirect numerical simulation is used to study the air flow between two vertical plates maintained at different temperatures. The per ... - Surface tension profiles in vertical soap films

Author(s): N. Adami and H. CapsSurface tension profiles in vertical soap films are experimentally investigated. Measurements are performed by introducing deformable elastic objets in the films. The sh ... - Fluxon mobility in an array of asymmetric superconducting quantum interference devices

Author(s): Yaroslav Zolotaryuk and Ivan O. StarodubFluxon dynamics in the dc-biased array of asymmetric three-junction superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs) is investigated. The array ...