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Author(s): Thomas P. Handford, Alexander Dear, Francisco J. Pérez-Reche, and Sergei N. TaraskinThe lattice gas model of condensation in a heterogeneous pore system, represented by a random graph of ce … - Work and efficiency of quantum Otto cycles in power-law trapping potentials

Author(s): Yuanjian Zheng and Dario PolettiWe study the performance of a quantum Otto cycle operating in trapping potentials of different shapes. We show that, while both the mean work output and the … - Finite-size corrections to disordered Ising models on random regular graphs

Author(s): C. Lucibello, F. Morone, G. Parisi, F. Ricci-Tersenghi, and Tommaso RizzoWe derive the analytical expression for the first finite-size correction to the average free energy of disordered Is … - Equilibrium time-correlation functions for one-dimensional hard-point systems

Author(s): Christian B. Mendl and Herbert SpohnAs recently proposed, the long-time behavior of equilibrium time-correlation functions for one-dimensional systems are expected to be captured by a nonli … - Heat transfer in the spin-boson model: A comparative study in the incoherent tunneling regime

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Author(s): M. A. Schroer, C. Gutt, and G. GrübelRecently the analysis of scattering patterns by angular cross-correlation analysis (CCA) was introduced to reveal the orientational order in disordered … - How nonmagnetic particles intensify rotational diffusion in magnetorheological fluids

Author(s): L. Rodríguez-Arco, M. T. López-López, P. Kuzhir, and F. González-CaballeroIn this work we propose a mechanism to explain the enhancement of the magnetic-field-induced yield stress when nonm … - Surface shear-transformation zones in amorphous solids

Author(s): Penghui Cao, Xi Lin, and Harold S. ParkWe perform a systematic study of the characteristics of shear transformation zones (STZs) that nucleate at free surfaces of two-dimensional amorphous … - Interplay of model ingredients affecting aggregate shape plasticity in diffusion-limited aggregation

Author(s): P. Duarte-Neto, T. Stošić, B. Stošić, R. Lessa, and M. V. MiloševićWe analyze the combined effect of three ingredients of an aggregation model—surface tension, particle flow and particle so … - Contact angle hysteresis and pinning at periodic defects in statics

Author(s): Stanimir Iliev, Nina Pesheva, and Vadim S. NikolayevThis article deals with the theoretical prediction of the wetting hysteresis on nonideal solid surfaces in terms of the surface heterogen … - Sharp interfaces in two-dimensional free boundary problems: Interface calculation via matched conformal maps

Author(s): Stuart Kent and Shankar C. VenkataramaniWe use conformal maps to study a free boundary problem for a two-fluid electromechanical system, where the interface between the fluids is determined … - Damage accumulation in quasibrittle fracture

Author(s): Claudio Manzato, Mikko J. Alava, and Stefano ZapperiThe strength of quasibrittle materials depends on the ensemble of defects inside the sample and on the way damage accumulates before fail … - Dewetting of evaporating thin films over nanometer-scale topographies

Author(s): A. M. Akbarzadeh, A. Moosavi, and A. Moghimi KheirabadiA lubrication model is used to study dewetting of an evaporating thin film layer over a solid substrate with a nanometer-scale topogra … - Electrets in soft materials: Nonlinearity, size effects, and giant electromechanical coupling

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Author(s): M. Formentin, A. Lovison, A. Maritan, and G. ZanzottoThe temporal statistics exhibited by written correspondence appear to be media dependent, with features which have so far proven difficu … - Transmission of linear regression patterns between time series: From relationship in time series to complex networks

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Author(s): Alexandra E. Frankel and Aditya S. KhairColloidal particles can achieve autonomous motion by a number of physicochemical mechanisms. For instance, if a spherical particle acts as a catalyst … - Three-dimensional coherent structures of electrokinetic instability

Author(s): E. A. Demekhin, N. V. Nikitin, and V. S. ShelistovA direct numerical simulation of the three-dimensional elektrokinetic instability near a charge-selective surface (electric membrane, elect … - Pore-scale simulation of fluid flow and solute dispersion in three-dimensional porous media

Author(s): Matteo Icardi, Gianluca Boccardo, Daniele L. Marchisio, Tiziana Tosco, and Rajandrea SethiIn the present work fluid flow and solute transport through porous media are described by solving t … - Interaction force in a vertical dust chain inside a glass box

Author(s): Jie Kong, Ke Qiao, Lorin S. Matthews, and Truell W. HydeSmall number dust particle clusters can be used as probes for plasma diagnostics. The number of dust particles as well as cluster siz … - Self-similar propagation and asymptotic optical waves in nonlinear waveguides

Author(s): Jun-Rong He, Lin Yi, and Hua-Mei LiThe properties of self-similar optical waves propagating in a tapered cubic-quintic nonlinear waveguide are investigated. Using a lens-type transformation … - Acoustic equations of state for simple lattice Boltzmann velocity sets

Author(s): Erlend Magnus ViggenThe lattice Boltzmann (LB) method typically uses an isothermal equation of state. This is not sufficient to simulate a number of acoustic phenomena where the equation of … - Publisher's Note: Rheological studies of tautomerization kinetics in supercooled glibenclamide drug [Phys. Rev. E 86, 067104 (2012)]

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Author(s): Yuni Iwamasa and Naoki MasudaWe explore the networks that yield the largest mean consensus time of voter models under different update rules. By analytical and numerical means, we show that … - Chaotic mixing in effective compressible flows

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Author(s): T. Masłowski, A. Drzewiński, J. Ulner, J. Wojtkiewicz, M. Zdanowska-Frączek, K. Nordlund, and A. KuronenThe kinetic Monte Carlo method is used to model the dynamic properties of proton diff … - Emergence of limit-periodic order in tiling models

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Author(s): Bhaskar Sen Gupta and Shankar P. DasIn this paper we study the four-point correlation function χ4 of collective density fluctuations in a nonequilibrium liquid. The equilibration is control … - Critical Casimir interactions between spherical particles in the presence of bulk ordering fields

Author(s): O. A. VasilyevThe spatial suppression of order parameter fluctuations in a critical media produces critical Casimir forces acting on confining surfaces. This scenario is realized in a criti … - Rare regions and Griffiths singularities at a clean critical point: The five-dimensional disordered contact process

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Author(s): E. Trizac and A. PradosWe evidence a Kovacs-like memory effect in a uniformly driven granular gas. A system of inelastic hard particles, in the low density limit, can reach a nonequilibrium … - Effect of environment fluctuations on pattern formation of single species

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Author(s): Mogens T. LevinsenExcitation of shape instabilities represents one route to bubble death in single-bubble sonoluminescence. This feature is satisfactorily explained by an expansion to first … - Derivation of a neural field model from a network of theta neurons

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Author(s): Bahadır Ozan Aktaş, Ümit Akıncı, and Hamza PolatIn order to elucidate the nature of hysteresis characteristics in a magnetic Ising-type thin film with a certain thickness, such as types of … - Two-point resistance of a resistor network embedded on a globe

Author(s): Zhi-Zhong Tan, J. W. Essam, and F. Y. WuWe consider the problem of two-point resistance in an (m−1)×n resistor network embedded on a globe, a geometry topologically equivalent to an m×n cob … - Effects of cross-correlated noises on the transport of active Brownian particles

Author(s): Dan Wu and Shiqun ZhuThe transport properties of active Brownian particles driven by cross-correlated noises are investigated. Using the Langevin and Fokker-Planck approaches, the theoretic … - Large pseudocounts and L2-norm penalties are necessary for the mean-field inference of Ising and Potts models

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Author(s): Uttam Bhat and P. L. KrapivskyIn an exclusion process with avalanches, when a particle hops to a neighboring empty site which is adjacent to an island the particle on the other end of the i … - Nonergodicity, fluctuations, and criticality in heterogeneous diffusion processes

Author(s): A. G. Cherstvy and R. MetzlerWe study the stochastic behavior of heterogeneous diffusion processes with the power-law dependence D(x)∼|x|α of the generalized diffusion coefficient encompass … - Granular flow through an aperture: Influence of the packing fraction

Author(s): M. A. Aguirre, R. De Schant, and J.-C. GéminardFor the last 50 years, the flow of a granular material through an aperture has been intensely studied in gravity-driven vertical systems (e.g. … - High-speed atomic force microscope imaging: Adaptive multiloop mode

Author(s): Juan Ren, Qingze Zou, Bo Li, and Zhiqun LinIn this paper, an imaging mode (called the adaptive multiloop mode) of atomic force microscope (AFM) is proposed to substantially increase the spe … - Interplay of network dynamics and heterogeneity of ties on spreading dynamics

Author(s): Luca Ferreri, Paolo Bajardi, Mario Giacobini, Silvia Perazzo, and Ezio VenturinoThe structure of a network dramatically affects the spreading phenomena unfolding upon it. The contact distri … - Symbolic dynamics-based error analysis on chaos synchronization via noisy channels

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Author(s): R. A. Small and S. MüllerWe present a method which uses Feynman-like diagrams to calculate the statistical quantities of embedded many-body random matrix problems. The method provides a pro ... - Reduced instability growth with high-adiabat high-foot implosions at the National Ignition Facility

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Author(s): Ting Ge, Mark O. Robbins, Dvora Perahia, and Gary S. GrestSelf-healing of polymer films often takes place as the molecules diffuse across a damaged region, above their melting temperature. ... - Control of cardiac alternans by mechanical and electrical feedback

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Author(s): C. M. Herdman, Stephen Inglis, P.-N. Roy, R. G. Melko, and A. Del MaestroWe introduce a quantum Monte Carlo algorithm to measure the Rényi entanglement entropies in systems of interacting b ... - Order parameter for structural heterogeneity in disordered solids

Author(s): Hua Tong and Ning XuWe construct a structural order parameter from the energy equipartition of normal modes of vibration to quantify the structural heterogeneity in disordered solids. The o ... - Code-division multiple-access multiuser demodulator by using quantum fluctuations

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Author(s): Yalin Dong, Hongyu Gao, Ashlie Martini, and Philip EgbertsWe have applied both the master equation method and harmonic transition state theory to interpret the velocity-dependent friction b ... - Boundary lubrication with a liquid crystal monolayer

Author(s): W. Chen, S. Kulju, A. S. Foster, M. J. Alava, and L. LaursonWe study boundary lubrication characteristics of a liquid crystal (LC) monolayer sheared between two crystalline surfaces by none ... - General optimization technique for high-quality community detection in complex networks

Author(s): Stanislav Sobolevsky, Riccardo Campari, Alexander Belyi, and Carlo RattiRecent years have witnessed the development of a large body of algorithms for community detection in complex networks ... - Effect of velocity boundary conditions on the heat transfer and flow topology in two-dimensional Rayleigh-Bénard convection

Author(s): Erwin P. van der Poel, Rodolfo Ostilla-Mónico, Roberto Verzicco, and Detlef LohseThe effect of various velocity boundary condition is studied in two-dimensional Rayleigh-Bénard convection. ... - Statistics of the inverse-cascade regime in two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence

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Author(s): Swetamber Das and Neelima GupteWe study the dynamics of inertial particles in three-dimensional incompressible maps, as representations of volume-preserving flows. The impurity dynamics has ... - Shallow-water soliton dynamics beyond the Korteweg–de Vries equation

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Author(s): Deok-Sun Lee, Zeinab Sadjadi, and Heiko RiegerRecently, anomalous scaling properties of front broadening during spontaneous imbibition of water in Vycor glass, a nanoporous medium, were rep ... - Role of viscous friction in the reverse rotation of a disk

Author(s): Pablo de Castro and Fernando ParisioThe mechanical response of a circularly driven disk in a dissipative medium is considered. We focus on the role played by viscous friction in the spinnin ... - Dynamics of strongly correlated and strongly inhomogeneous plasmas

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