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Author(s): Amit K. Chattopadhyay and Elias C. AifantisThe dynamical evolution of dislocations in plastically deformed metals is controlled by both deterministic factors arising out of applied loads an … - Matrix-product ansatz for the totally asymmetric simple exclusion process with a generalized update on a ring

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Author(s): Lucas IllingIt is known that amplitude death can occur in networks of coupled identical oscillators if they interact via diffusive time-delayed coupling links. Here we consider networks of … - Growing networks of overlapping communities with internal structure

Author(s): Jean-Gabriel Young, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, Antoine Allard, and Louis J. DubéWe introduce an intuitive model that describes both the emergence of community structure and the evolution of t … - Driven polymer translocation in good and bad solvent: Effects of hydrodynamics and tension propagation

Author(s): J. E. Moisio, J. Piili, and R. P. LinnaWe investigate the driven polymer translocation through a nanometer-scale pore in the presence and absence of hydrodynamics both in good and bad solve … - Importance of core electrostatic properties on the electrophoresis of a soft particle

Author(s): Simanta De, Somnath Bhattacharyya, and Partha P. GopmandalThe impact of the volumetric charged density of the dielectric rigid core on the electrophoresis of a soft particle is analyzed num … - Linear response to leadership, effective temperature, and decision making in flocks

Author(s): Daniel J. G. Pearce and Luca GiomiLarge collections of autonomously moving agents, such as animals or micro-organisms, are able to flock coherently in space even in the absence of a central … - Eshelby inclusions in granular matter: Theory and simulations

Author(s): Sean McNamara, Jérôme Crassous, and Axelle AmonWe present a numerical implementation of an active inclusion in a granular material submitted to a biaxial test. We discuss the dependence of … - Generalizing the Boltzmann equation in complex phase space

Author(s): Abed ZadehgolIn this work, a generalized form of the BGK-Boltzmann equation is proposed, where the velocity, position, and time can be represented by real or complex variables. The real rep … - Nematic effects and strain coupling in entangled polymer melts under strong flow

Author(s): Jacob J. K. Kirkensgaard, Ludovica Hengeller, Andriy Dorokhin, Qian Huang, Christopher J. Garvey, Kristoffer Almdal, Ole Hassager, and Kell MortensenWe use small-angle neutron scattering (S … - Transfer entropy in physical systems and the arrow of time

Author(s): Richard E. Spinney, Joseph T. Lizier, and Mikhail ProkopenkoRecent developments have cemented the realization that many concepts and quantities in thermodynamics and information theory are … - Transitional steady states of exchange dynamics between finite quantum systems

Author(s): Euijin Jeon, Juyeon Yi, and Yong Woon KimWe examine energy and particle exchange between finite-sized quantum systems and find a new form of nonequilibrium state. The exchange rate undergoe … - Spatiotemporal dynamics of the Kuramoto-Sakaguchi model with time-dependent connectivity

Author(s): Amitava Banerjee and Muktish AcharyyaWe study the dynamics of the paradigmatic Kuramoto-Sakaguchi model of identical coupled phase oscillators with various kinds of time-dependent connectiv … - Quantifying nonergodicity in nonautonomous dissipative dynamical systems: An application to climate change

Author(s): Gábor Drótos, Tamás Bódai, and Tamás TélIn nonautonomous dynamical systems, like in climate dynamics, an ensemble of trajectories initiated in the remote past defines a unique probability d … - Aging and percolation dynamics in a Non-Poissonian temporal network model

Author(s): Antoine Moinet, Michele Starnini, and Romualdo Pastor-SatorrasWe present an exhaustive mathematical analysis of the recently proposed Non-Poissonian Activity Driven (NoPAD) model [Moinet et ... - Electrostatic attraction between overall neutral surfaces

Author(s): Ram M. Adar, David Andelman, and Haim DiamantTwo overall neutral surfaces with positively and negatively charged domains (“patches”) have been shown in recent experiments to exhibit long-ra ... - Fluid nonlinear frequency shift of nonlinear ion acoustic waves in multi-ion species plasmas in the small wave number region

Author(s): Q. S. Feng, C. Z. Xiao, Q. Wang, C. Y. Zheng, Z. J. Liu, L. H. Cao, and X. T. HeThe properties of the nonlinear frequency shift (NFS), especially the fluid NFS from the harmonic generation ... - Coupled Leidenfrost states as a monodisperse granular clock

Author(s): Rui Liu, Mingcheng Yang, Ke Chen, Meiying Hou, and Kiwing ToUsing an event-driven molecular dynamics simulation, we show that simple monodisperse granular beads confined in coupled columns … - Boundary-field-driven control of discontinuous phase transitions on hyperbolic lattices

Author(s): Yoju Lee, Frank Verstraete, and Andrej GendiarThe multistate Potts models on two-dimensional hyperbolic lattices are studied with respect to various boundary effects. The free energy is num … - Phase diagram of a truncated tetrahedral model

Author(s): Roman Krcmar, Andrej Gendiar, and Tomotoshi NishinoPhase diagram of a discrete counterpart of the classical Heisenberg model, the truncated tetrahedral model, is analyzed on the square latt … - Breather turbulence versus soliton turbulence: Rogue waves, probability density functions, and spectral features

Author(s): N. Akhmediev, J. M. Soto-Crespo, and N. DevineTurbulence in integrable systems exhibits a noticeable scientific advantage: it can be expressed in terms of the nonlinear modes of these syste … - Multiple peaks of species abundance distributions induced by sparse interactions

Author(s): Tomoyuki Obuchi, Yoshiyuki Kabashima, and Kei TokitaWe investigate the replicator dynamics with “sparse” symmetric interactions which represent specialist-specialist interactions in ecologi … - Statistical fluctuations in pedestrian evacuation times and the effect of social contagion

Author(s): Alexandre Nicolas, Sebastián Bouzat, and Marcelo N. KupermanMathematical models of pedestrian evacuation and the associated simulation software have become essential tools for the assessmen … - Self-similar aftershock rates

Author(s): Jörn Davidsen and Marco BaiesiThis paper examines the occurrence and modeling of aftershocks in systems exhibiting avalanche-like behavior, particularly focusing on the case of earthquakes. … - Optimal growth trajectories with finite carrying capacity

Author(s): F. Caravelli, L. Sindoni, F. Caccioli, and C. UdudecWe consider the problem of finding optimal strategies that maximize the average growth rate of multiplicative stochastic processes. For a … - Regulation of chain length in two diatoms as a growth-fragmentation process

Author(s): Marco Gherardi, Alberto Amato, Jean-Pierre Bouly, Soizic Cheminant, Maria Immacolata Ferrante, Maurizio Ribera d'Alcalá, Daniele Iudicone, Angela Falciatore, and Marco Cosentino Lagoma … - Framework for efficient synthesis of spatially embedded morphologies

Author(s): Liesbeth Vanherpe, Lida Kanari, Guy Atenekeng, Juan Palacios, and Julian ShillcockMany problems in science and engineering require the ability to grow tubular or polymeric structures up to … - Characterization of a transition in the transport dynamics of a diffusive sandpile by means of recurrence quantification analysis

Author(s): J. A. Mier, R. Sánchez, and D. E. NewmanRecurrence quantification analysis (RQA) is used to characterize a dynamical transition that takes place in the diffusive sandpile. The transition ha … - Alternative method to characterize continuous and discontinuous phase transitions in surface reaction models

Author(s): Henrique A. Fernandes, Roberto da Silva, Eder D. Santos, Paulo F. Gomes, and Everaldo ArashiroIn this paper we revisited the Ziff-Gulari-Barshad model to study its phase transitions and cri … - Explicit densities of multidimensional ballistic Lévy walks

Author(s): Marcin Magdziarz and Tomasz ZorawikLévy walks have proved to be useful models of stochastic dynamics with a number of applications in the modeling of real-life phenomena. In this paper we d … - Thermodynamic formalism and linear response theory for nonequilibrium steady states

Author(s): Thomas SpeckWe study the linear response in systems driven away from thermal equilibrium into a nonequilibrium steady state with nonvanishing entropy production rate. A simple derivation of … - Solvable continuous-time random walk model of the motion of tracer particles through porous media

Author(s): Itzhak Fouxon and Markus HolznerWe consider the continuous-time random walk (CTRW) model of tracer motion in porous medium flows based on the experimentally determined distributions of pore … - Bypass rewiring and robustness of complex networks

Author(s): Junsang Park and Sang Geun HahnA concept of bypass rewiring is introduced, and random bypass rewiring is analytically and numerically investigated with simulations. Our results show that by … - Time-scale effects on the gain-loss asymmetry in stock indices

Author(s): Bulcsú Sándor, Ingve Simonsen, Bálint Zsolt Nagy, and Zoltán NédaThe gain-loss asymmetry, observed in the inverse statistics of stock indices is present for logarithmic return levels that a … - Hydrodynamic collective effects of active proteins in biological membranes

Author(s): Yuki Koyano, Hiroyuki Kitahata, and Alexander S. MikhailovLipid bilayers forming biological membranes are known to behave as viscous two-dimensional fluids on submicrometer scales; usually … - Flow-induced aggregation of colloidal particles in viscoelastic fluids

Author(s): Donglin Xie, Greg G. Qiao, and Dave E. DunstanThe flow-induced aggregation of dilute colloidal polystyrene nanoparticles suspended in Newtonian and viscoelastic solutions is reported. A rhe … - Stress profile in a two-dimensional silo: Effects induced by friction mobilization

Author(s): Francisco Vivanco, José Mercado, Francisco Santibáñez, and Francisco MeloThe effects of friction mobilization on the stress profile within a two-dimensional silo are investigated via simula … - Frequency dispersion of small-amplitude capillary waves in viscous fluids

Author(s): Fabian DennerThis work presents a detailed study of the dispersion of capillary waves with small amplitude in viscous fluids using an analytically derived solution to the initial value prob … - Dynamics of homogeneous shear turbulence: A key role of the nonlinear transverse cascade in the bypass concept

Author(s): G. Mamatsashvili, G. Khujadze, G. Chagelishvili, S. Dong, J. Jiménez, and H. FoysiTo understand the mechanism of the self-sustenance of subcritical turbulence in spectrally stable (constant … - Particle-bubble interaction inside a Hele-Shaw cell

Author(s): Peng Zhang, John M. Mines, Sungyon Lee, and Sunghwan JungHydrodynamic interactions between air bubbles and particles have wide applications in multiphase separation and reaction processes. … - Simplification of the unified gas kinetic scheme

Author(s): Songze Chen, Zhaoli Guo, and Kun XuThe unified gas kinetic scheme (UGKS) is an asymptotic preserving (AP) scheme for kinetic equations. It is superior for transition flow simulation and has … - Accurate time propagation method for the coupled Maxwell and Kohn-Sham equations

Author(s): Yonghui Li, Shenglai He, Arthur Russakoff, and Kálmán VargaAn accurate method for time propagation of the coupled Maxwell and time-dependent Kohn-Sham (TDKS) equation is presented. The new … - Mastering nonlinear flow dynamics for laminar flow control

Author(s): Sohrab S. Sattarzadeh and Jens H. M. FranssonA laminar flow control technique based on spanwise mean velocity gradients (SVGs) has recently proven successful in delaying transition in bound … - Dynamics of open quantum spin systems: An assessment of the quantum master equation approach

Author(s): P. Zhao, H. De Raedt, S. Miyashita, F. Jin, and K. MichielsenData of the numerical solution of the time-dependent Schrödinger equation of a system containing one spin-1/2 particle interacti … - Score distributions of gapped multiple sequence alignments down to the low-probability tail

Author(s): Pascal Fieth and Alexander K. HartmannAssessing the significance of alignment scores of optimally aligned DNA or amino acid sequences can be achieved via the knowledge of the score distribu … - Microscopic origin and macroscopic implications of lane formation in mixtures of oppositely driven particles

Author(s): Katherine Klymko, Phillip L. Geissler, and Stephen WhitelamColloidal particles of two types, driven in opposite directions, can segregate into lanes [Vissers et al., Soft Matter 7, 2352 (20 ... - Direct simulation of phase delay effects on induced-charge electro-osmosis under large ac electric fields

Author(s): Hideyuki SugiokaThe standard theory of induced-charge electro-osmosis (ICEO) often overpredicts experimental values of ICEO velocities. Using a nonsteady direct multiphysics simulation tech ... - Bubble dynamics inside an outgassing hydrogel confined in a Hele-Shaw cell

Author(s): Florence Haudin, Xavier Noblin, Yann Bouret, Médéric Argentina, and Christophe RaufasteWe report an experimental study of bubble dynamics in a non-Newtonian fluid subjected to a pressure de ... - Energy fluctuations of a finite free-electron Fermi gas

Author(s): Jukka P. Pekola, Paolo Muratore-Ginanneschi, Antti Kupiainen, and Yuri M. GalperinWe discuss the energy distribution of free-electron Fermi-gas, a problem with a textbook solution of Gaussi ... - Lock-and-key dimerization in dense Brownian systems of hard annular sector particles

Author(s): Wade D. Hodson and Thomas G. MasonWe develop a translational-rotational cage model that describes the behavior of dense two-dimensional (2D) Brownian systems of hard annular sector particle ... - Calculation of displacement correlation tensor indicating vortical cooperative motion in two-dimensional colloidal liquids

Author(s): Ooshida Takeshi (大信田 丈志), Susumu Goto (後藤 晋), Takeshi Matsumoto (松本 剛), and Michio Otsuki (大槻 道夫)As an indicator of cooperative motion in a system of Brownian particles that models two-dime ... - Robust autoassociative memory with coupled networks of Kuramoto-type oscillators

Author(s): Daniel Heger and Katharina KrischerUncertain recognition success, unfavorable scaling of connection complexity, or dependence on complex external input impair the usefulness of current osci ... - Adaptive network models of collective decision making in swarming systems

Author(s): Li Chen, Cristián Huepe, and Thilo GrossWe consider a class of adaptive network models where links can only be created or deleted between nodes in different states. These models provide an ... - Lattice Boltzmann model for a steady radiative transfer equation

Author(s): Hong-Liang Yi, Feng-Ju Yao, and He-Ping TanA complete lattice Boltzmann model (LBM) is proposed for the steady radiative transfer equation (RTE). The RTE can be regarded as a pure convectio ... - Continuous-time quantum walks on multilayer dendrimer networks

Author(s): Mircea Galiceanu and Walter T. StrunzWe consider continuous-time quantum walks (CTQWs) on multilayer dendrimer networks (MDs) and their application to quantum transport. A detailed study of ... - Robustness analysis of bimodal networks in the whole range of degree correlation

Author(s): Shogo Mizutaka and Toshihiro TanizawaWe present an exact analysis of the physical properties of bimodal networks specified by the two peak degree distribution fully incorporating the degree ... - Stability and dynamics of anisotropically tumbling chemotactic swimmers

Author(s): Enkeleida LushiMicroswimmers such as bacteria perform random walks known as run-and-tumbles to move up chemoattractant gradients and as a result aggregate with others. It is also known that ... - Machine learning framework for analysis of transport through complex networks in porous, granular media: A focus on permeability

Author(s): Joost H. van der Linden, Guillermo A. Narsilio, and Antoinette TordesillasWe present a data-driven framework to study the relationship between fluid flow at the macroscale and the internal ... - Structure of velocity distributions in shock waves in granular gases with extension to molecular gases

Author(s): A. Vilquin, J. F. Boudet, and H. KellayVelocity distributions in normal shock waves obtained in dilute granular flows are studied. These distributions cannot be described by a simple functi ... - Improved lattice Boltzmann modeling of binary flow based on the conservative Allen-Cahn equation

Author(s): Feng Ren, Baowei Song, Michael C. Sukop, and Haibao HuThe primary and key task of binary fluid flow modeling is to track the interface with good accuracy, which is usually challenging due t ... - Jumps, somersaults, and symmetry breaking in Leidenfrost drops

Author(s): Simeng Chen and Volfango BertolaWhen a droplet of water impacts a heated surface, the drop may be observed to bounce. Recently is has been found that small quantities (∼100 ppm) of polymer ... - Activity-assisted self-assembly of colloidal particles

Author(s): S. A. Mallory and A. CacciutoWe outline a basic strategy of how self-propulsion can be used to improve the yield of a typical colloidal self-assembly process. The success of this approach i ... - Formation mechanism of shock-induced particle jetting

Author(s): K. Xue, L. Sun, and C. BaiThe shock dissemination of granular rings or shells is characterized by the formation of coherent particle jets that have different dimensions from those associate ... - Microscopic modeling of confined crystal growth and dissolution

Author(s): Jørgen Høgberget, Anja Røyne, Dag K. Dysthe, and Espen JettestuenWe extend the (1+1)-dimensional fluid solid-on-solid (SOS) model to include a confining flat surface opposite to the SOS sur ... - Dissociation along the principal Hugoniot of the Laser Mégajoule ablator material

Author(s): P. Colin-Lalu, V. Recoules, G. Salin, T. Plisson, E. Brambrink, T. Vinci, R. Bolis, and G. HuserThis paper studies the equation of state of an ablator material used for inertial confinement ... - Indications of flow near maximum compression in layered deuterium-tritium implosions at the National Ignition Facility

Author(s): M. Gatu Johnson et al.An accurate understanding of burn dynamics in implosions of cryogenically layered deuterium (D) and tritium (T) filled capsules, obtained partly through precision diag ... - Simulating confined particles with a flat density profile

Author(s): Airidas KorolkovasParticle simulations confined by sharp walls usually develop an oscillatory density profile. For some applications, most notably soft matter liquids, this behavior is ofte ... - Repulsive particles under a general external potential: Thermodynamics by neglecting thermal noise

Author(s): Mauricio S. Ribeiro and Fernando D. NobreA recent proposal of an effective temperature θ, conjugated to a generalized entropy s_{q}, typical of nonextensive statistical mechanics, has led t ... - Effective diffusion in the region between two surfaces

Author(s): Carlos Valero ValdesThe purpose of this paper is to provide a formula for the effective diffusion operator obtained by projecting the three-dimensional diffusion equation onto a two-dimensi ... - Hyperuniformity and its generalizations

Author(s): Salvatore TorquatoDisordered many-particle hyperuniform systems are exotic amorphous states of matter that lie between crystal and liquid: They are like perfect crystals in the way they sup ... - Temporal network structures controlling disease spreading

Author(s): Petter HolmeWe investigate disease spreading on eight empirical data sets of human contacts (mostly proximity networks recording who is close to whom, at what time). We compare three levels ... - Pinning control of chimera states

Author(s): Lucia Valentina Gambuzza and Mattia FrascaThe position of the coherent and incoherent domain of a chimera state in a ring of nonlocally coupled oscillators is strongly influenced by the ini ... - Evolution of off-lattice model proteins under ligand binding constraints

Author(s): Erik D. Nelson and Nick V. GrishinWe investigate protein evolution using an off-lattice polymer model evolved to imitate the behavior of small enzymes. Model proteins evolve through mutatio ... - Suppressing effect of Ca^{2+} blips on puff amplitudes by inhibiting channels to prevent recovery

Author(s): Yuan Chen, Hong Qi, Xiang Li, Meichun Cai, Xingqiang Chen, Wen Liu, and Jianwei ShuaiAs local signals, calcium puffs arise from the concerted opening of a few nearby inositol 1,4,5-trisphos ... - Wake-sleep transition as a noisy bifurcation

Author(s): Dong-Ping Yang, Lauren McKenzie-Sell, Angela Karanjai, and P. A. RobinsonA recent physiologically based model of the ascending arousal system is used to analyze the dynamics near the transi ... - Velocity gradients in spatially resolved laser Doppler flowmetry and dynamic light scattering with confocal and coherence gating

Author(s): Néstor Uribe-Patarroyo and Brett E. BoumaDynamic light scattering (DLS) is widely used to characterize diffusive motion to obtain precise information on colloidal suspensions by calculating ... - Spinodal decomposition of chemically reactive binary mixtures

Author(s): A. Lamorgese and R. MauriWe simulate the influence of a reversible isomerization reaction on the phase segregation process occurring after spinodal decomposition of a deeply quenched regula ... - Nonaffine displacements and the nonlinear response of a strained amorphous solid

Author(s): Shibu Saw, Sneha Abraham, and Peter HarrowellWe demonstrate that irreversible structural reorganization is not necessary for the observation of yield behavior in an amorphous solid. While t ... - Classification of point-group-symmetric orientational ordering tensors

Author(s): Jaakko Nissinen, Ke Liu (刘科 子竞), Robert-Jan Slager, Kai Wu, and Jan ZaanenThe concept of symmetry breaking has been a propelling force in understanding phases of matter. While rotational-sy ... - Finite-wavelength surface-tension-driven instabilities in soft solids, including instability in a cylindrical channel through an elastic solid

Author(s): Chen Xuan and John BigginsWe deploy linear stability analysis to find the threshold wavelength (λ) and surface tension (γ) of Rayleigh-Plateau type “peristaltic” instabilities in incompress ... - Rebound suppression of a droplet impacting on an oscillating horizontal surface

Author(s): K. Ashoke Raman, Rajeev K. Jaiman, Yi Sui, Thong-See Lee, and Hong-Tong LowThe behavior of a droplet impinging onto a solid substrate can be influenced significantly by the horizontal motio ... - Multiple-relaxation-time color-gradient lattice Boltzmann model for simulating two-phase flows with high density ratio

Author(s): Yan Ba, Haihu Liu, Qing Li, Qinjun Kang, and Jinju SunIn this paper we propose a color-gradient lattice Boltzmann (LB) model for simulating two-phase flows with high density ratio and high ... - Work producing reservoirs: Stochastic thermodynamics with generalized Gibbs ensembles

Author(s): Jordan M. Horowitz and Massimiliano EspositoWe develop a consistent stochastic thermodynamics for environments composed of thermodynamic reservoirs in an external conservative force field, ... - Fluctuating systems under cyclic perturbations: Relation between energy dissipation and intrinsic relaxation processes

Author(s): Fabrizio Camerin and Diego FrezzatoThis study focuses on fluctuating classical systems in contact with a thermal bath, and whose configurational energetics undergoes cyclic transformations ... - Permutation entropy of finite-length white-noise time series

Author(s): Douglas J. Little and Deb M. KanePermutation entropy (PE) is commonly used to discriminate complex structure from white noise in a time series. While the PE of white noise is well understoo ... - Collective behavior of globally coupled Langevin equations with colored noise in the presence of stochastic resonance

Author(s): Bo Yang, Xiao Zhang, Lu Zhang, and Mao-Kang LuoThe long-time collective behavior of globally coupled Langevin equations in a dichotomous fluctuating potential driven by a periodic source is ... - Intrinsic periodic and aperiodic stochastic resonance in an electrochemical cell

Author(s): Ishant Tiwari, Richa Phogat, P. Parmananda, J. L. Ocampo-Espindola, and M. RiveraIn this paper we show the interaction of a composite of a periodic or aperiodic signal and intrinsic electro ... - Spontaneous symmetry breaking in a split potential box

Author(s): Elad Shamriz, Nir Dror, and Boris A. MalomedWe report results of an analysis of the spontaneous symmetry breaking (SSB) in a basic (actually, simplest) model that is capable of producing th ... - Atypical viral dynamics from transport through popular places

Author(s): Pedro D. Manrique, Chen Xu, Pak Ming Hui, and Neil F. JohnsonThe flux of visitors through popular places undoubtedly influences viral spreading—from H1N1 and Zika viruses spreading through ... - Intermittency and velocity fluctuations in hopper flows prone to clogging

Author(s): C. C. Thomas and D. J. DurianWe study experimentally the dynamics of granular media in a discharging hopper. In such flows, there often appears to be a critical outlet size D_{c} such that ... - Biased Brownian motion in narrow channels with asymmetry and anisotropy

Author(s): Zheng Peng and Kiwing ToWe study Brownian motion of a single millimeter size bead confined in a quasi-two-dimensional horizontal channel with built-in anisotropy and asymmetry. Channel asym ... - Nonaffine rearrangements of atoms in deformed and quiescent binary glasses

Author(s): Nikolai V. PriezjevThe influence of periodic shear deformation on nonaffine atomic displacements in an amorphous solid is examined via molecular dynamics simulations. We study the three-dim ... - Nonequilibrium thermohydrodynamic effects on the Rayleigh-Taylor instability in compressible flows

Author(s): Huilin Lai, Aiguo Xu, Guangcai Zhang, Yanbiao Gan, Yangjun Ying, and Sauro SucciThe effects of compressibility on Rayleigh-Taylor instability (RTI) are investigated by inspecting the interp ... - Simulation of macromolecular liquids with the adaptive resolution molecular dynamics technique

Author(s): J. H. Peters, R. Klein, and L. Delle SiteWe extend the application of the adaptive resolution technique (AdResS) to liquid systems composed of alkane chains of different lengths. The aim of ... - Comment on “Quantum Kaniadakis entropy under projective measurement”

Author(s): G. M. Bosyk, S. Zozor, F. Holik, M. Portesi, and P. W. LambertiWe comment on the main result given by Ourabah et al. [Phys. Rev. E 92, 032114 (2015)], noting that it can be derived as a spe … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Quantum Kaniadakis entropy under projective measurement’ ”

Author(s): Kamel Ourabah and Mouloud TribecheWe rely on our proof of the nondecreasing character of quantum Kaniadakis entropy under projective measurement [Phys. Rev. E 92, 032114 (2015)], and we put … - Spatial prisoner's dilemma games with zealous cooperators

Author(s): Ryo Matsuzawa, Jun Tanimoto, and Eriko FukudaThe existence of a zealot who stays a cooperator irrespective of the result of an interaction has been reported to add “social viscosity” to a p … - Numerical determination of entropy associated with excess heat in steady-state thermodynamics

Author(s): Yoshiyuki Chiba and Naoko NakagawaWe numerically determine the global entropy for heat-conducting states, which is connected to the so-called excess heat considered as a basic quantity for … - Interface free-energy exponent in the one-dimensional Ising spin glass with long-range interactions in both the droplet and broken replica symmetry regions

Author(s): T. Aspelmeier, Wenlong Wang, M. A. Moore, and Helmut G. KatzgraberThe one-dimensional Ising spin-glass model with power-law long-range interactions is a useful proxy model for studying spin …