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Author(s): Vishvendra Singh Poonia, Kiran Kondabagil, Dipankar Saha, and Swaroop GangulyThe functional window is an experimentally observed property of the avian compass that refers to its selectivity … - Uniform description of polymer ejection dynamics from capsid with and without hydrodynamics

Author(s): J. Piili, P. M. Suhonen, and R. P. LinnaWe use stochastic rotation dynamics (SRD) to examine the dynamics of the ejection of an initially strongly confined flexible polymer from a spherical … - Effect of axial electric field on the Rayleigh instability at small length scales

Author(s): Darshak K. Bhuptani and Sarith P. SathianThe effect of an electric field along the longitudinal axis of a nanoscale liquid thread is studied to understand the mechanism of breakup. The Rayl … - Implementation of dual time-stepping strategy of the gas-kinetic scheme for unsteady flow simulations

Author(s): Ji Li, Chengwen Zhong, Yong Wang, and Congshan ZhuoIn our study, the dual time-stepping strategy of the gas-kinetic scheme is constructed and used for the simulation of unsteady flows. In c … - Nearly maximally predictive features and their dimensions

Author(s): Sarah E. Marzen and James P. CrutchfieldScientific explanation often requires inferring maximally predictive features from a given data set. Unfortunately, the collection of minimal maximal … - Effect of antifreeze protein on heterogeneous ice nucleation based on a two-dimensional random-field Ising model

Author(s): Zhen Dong, Jianjun Wang, and Xin ZhouAntifreeze proteins (AFPs) are the key biomolecules that protect many species from suffering the extreme conditions. Their unique properties of antifree … - Charge and spin current statistics of the open Hubbard model with weak coupling to the environment

Author(s): Berislav Buča and Tomaž ProsenBased on generalization and extension of our previous work [Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 067201 (2014)] to multiple independent Markovian baths we will compute the ch … - Microscopic derivation of the hydrodynamics of active-Brownian-particle suspensions

Author(s): Stefano Steffenoni, Gianmaria Falasco, and Klaus KroyWe derive the hydrodynamic equations of motion for a fluid of active particles described by underdamped Langevin equations that reduce t … - Limiting the stroke of a Schmitt trigger with multiplicative noise

Author(s): Gabriel A. Zarza, Sergio E. Mangioni, Javier Fernandez Acevedo, and Roberto R. DezaWe have devised an experiment whereby a bistable system is confined away from its deterministic attractors … - Two-dimensional localized chaotic patterns in parametrically driven systems

Author(s): Deterlino Urzagasti, David Laroze, and Harald PleinerWe study two-dimensional localized patterns in weakly dissipative systems that are driven parametrically. As a generic model for many di … - Epidemic extinction paths in complex networks

Author(s): Jason Hindes and Ira B. SchwartzWe study the extinction of long-lived epidemics on finite complex networks induced by intrinsic noise. Applying analytical techniques to the stochastic susce … - Random walks on activity-driven networks with attractiveness

Author(s): Laura Alessandretti, Kaiyuan Sun, Andrea Baronchelli, and Nicola PerraVirtually all real-world networks are dynamical entities. In social networks, the propensity of nodes to engage in soci … - Entropy of international trades

Author(s): Chang-Young Oh and D.-S. LeeThe organization of international trades is highly complex under the collective efforts towards economic profits of participating countries given inhomogeneous r … - Compressive elasticity of polydisperse biopolymer gels

Author(s): Xinpeng Xu and Samuel A. SafranWe theoretically predict the nonlinear elastic responses of polydisperse biopolymer gels to uniaxial compression. We analyze the competition between compressi … - β-Cyclodextrin polymer binding to DNA: Modulating the physicochemical parameters

Author(s): J. C. B. Rocha, E. F. Silva, M. F. Oliveira, F. B. Sousa, A. V. N. C. Teixeira, and M. S. RochaCyclodextrins and cyclodextrins-modified molecules have interesting and appealing properties d … - Contact angles of a drop pinned on an incline

Author(s): Joël De Coninck, François Dunlop, and Thierry HuilletFor a drop on an incline with small tilt angle α, when the contact line is a circle of radius r, we derive the relation mgsinα=γrπ/2(cos … - Experimental velocity study of non-Boussinesq Rayleigh-Bénard convection

Author(s): Valentina Valori, Gerrit Elsinga, Martin Rohde, Mark Tummers, Jerry Westerweel, and Tim van der HagenThe effects of strongly varying fluid properties, beyond the validity range of the so-ca … - Thermal Rayleigh-Marangoni convection in a three-layer liquid-metal-battery model

Author(s): Thomas Köllner, Thomas Boeck, and Jörg SchumacherThe combined effects of buoyancy-driven Rayleigh-Bénard convection (RC) and surface tension-driven Marangoni convection (MC) are studied in … - Kinetic simulations of ladder climbing by electron plasma waves

Author(s): Kentaro Hara, Ido Barth, Erez Kaminski, I. Y. Dodin, and N. J. FischThe energy of plasma waves can be moved up and down the spectrum using chirped modulations of plasma parameters, which ca … - Collisional dissipation rate in shearing flows of granular liquid crystals

Author(s): Diego Berzi, Nha Thai-Quang, Yu Guo, and Jennifer CurtisWe make use of discrete-element-method numerical simulations of inelastic frictionless cylinders in simple shearing at different leng … - Nonscaling displacement distributions as may be seen in fluorescence correlation spectroscopy

Author(s): S. M. J. Khadem and I. M. SokolovA continuous time random walk (CTRW) model with waiting times following the Lévy-stable distribution with exponential cutoff in equilibrium is a simple theo … - Localized dark solitons and vortices in defocusing media with spatially inhomogeneous nonlinearity

Author(s): Jianhua Zeng and Boris A. MalomedRecent studies have demonstrated that defocusing cubic nonlinearity with local strength growing from the center to the periphery faster than r^{D}, in space … - Intrinsic flow structure and multifractality in two-dimensional bacterial turbulence

Author(s): Lipo Wang (王利坡) and Yongxiang Huang (黄永祥)The active interaction between the bacteria and fluid generates turbulent structures even at zero Reynolds number. The velocity of such a flow obtai … - Compressive response and helix formation of a semiflexible polymer confined in a nanochannel

Author(s): Yumino Hayase, Takahiro Sakaue, and Hiizu NakanishiConfigurations of a single semiflexible polymer is studied when it is pushed into a nanochannel in the case where the polymer persistence … - Study of dynamic heterogeneity of an active particle system

Author(s): Huai Ding, Huijun Jiang, and Zhonghuai HouWe have studied spatial and temporal dynamic heterogeneity (DH) in a system of hard-sphere particles, subjected to active forces with constant ampl … - Wetting and dewetting processes in the axial retraction of liquid filaments

Author(s): Pablo D. Ravazzoli, Ingrith Cuellar, Alejandro G. González, and Javier A. DiezWe study the hydrodynamic mechanisms involved in the motion of the contact line formed at the end region of a l … - Evidence for equivalence of diffusion processes of passive scalar and magnetic fields in anisotropic Navier-Stokes turbulence

Author(s): E. Jurčišinová and M. JurčišinThe influence of the uniaxial small-scale anisotropy on the kinematic magnetohydrodynamic turbulence is investigated by using the field theoretic renormalizati … - Optimization of plasma amplifiers

Author(s): James D. Sadler, Raoul M. G. M. Trines, Max Tabak, Dan Haberberger, Dustin H. Froula, Andrew S. Davies, Sara Bucht, Luís O. Silva, E. Paulo Alves, Frederico Fiúza, Luke Ceurvorst, Naren Rat … - Local time of Lévy random walks: A path integral approach

Author(s): Václav ZatloukalThis paper uses a path-integral method to study the local time of random walks, i.e. the time spent in the vicinity of an arbitrary point. The author focuses on time-indepen … - Work distributions for random sudden quantum quenches

Author(s): Marcin Łobejko, Jerzy Łuczka, and Peter TalknerThe statistics of work performed on a system by a sudden random quench is investigated. Considering systems with finite dimensional Hilbert sp … - Heat fluctuations of Brownian oscillators in nonstationary processes: Fluctuation theorem and condensation transition

Author(s): A. Crisanti, A. Sarracino, and M. ZannettiWe study analytically the probability distribution of the heat released by an ensemble of harmonic oscillators to the thermal bath, in the nonequil … - Torque-coupled thermodynamic model for F_{o} F_{1} -ATPase

Author(s): Guangkuo Ai, Pengfei Liu, and Hao GeF_{o}F_{1}-ATPase is a motor protein complex that utilizes transmembrane ion flow to drive the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) from adenosine d … - Actin growth profile in clathrin-mediated endocytosis

Author(s): D. J. Tweten, P. V. Bayly, and A. E. CarlssonClathrin-mediated endocytosis in yeast is driven by a protein patch containing close to 100 different types of proteins. Among the proteins are … - Driven Brownian particle as a paradigm for a nonequilibrium heat bath: Effective temperature and cyclic work extraction

Author(s): R. Wulfert, M. Oechsle, T. Speck, and U. SeifertWe apply the concept of a frequency-dependent effective temperature based on the fluctuation-dissipation ratio to a driven Brownian particle … - Entropy of diluted antiferromagnetic Ising models on frustrated lattices using the Wang-Landau method

Author(s): Yuriy Shevchenko, Konstantin Nefedev, and Yutaka OkabeWe use a Monte Carlo simulation to study the diluted antiferromagnetic Ising model on frustrated lattices including the pyrochlore latt … - Dual time scales in simulated annealing of a two-dimensional Ising spin glass

Author(s): Shanon J. Rubin, Na Xu, and Anders W. SandvikWe apply a generalized Kibble-Zurek out-of-equilibrium scaling ansatz to simulated annealing when approaching the spin-glass transition at tempe … - Double diffusivity model under stochastic forcing

Author(s): Amit K. Chattopadhyay and Elias C. AifantisThe “double diffusivity” model was proposed in the late 1970s, and reworked in the early 1980s, as a continuum counterpart to existing discrete mo … - Phase transitions at high energy vindicate negative microcanonical temperature

Author(s): P. Buonsante, R. Franzosi, and A. SmerziThe notion of negative absolute temperature emerges naturally from Boltzmann's definition of “surface” microcanonical entropy in isolated system … - Interacting opinion and disease dynamics in multiplex networks: Discontinuous phase transition and nonmonotonic consensus times

Author(s): Fátima Velásquez-Rojas and Federico VazquezOpinion formation and disease spreading are among the most studied dynamical processes on complex networks. In real societies, it is expected that … - Alliance formation with exclusion in the spatial public goods game

Author(s): Attila Szolnoki and Xiaojie ChenDetecting defection and alarming partners about the possible danger could be essential to avoid being exploited. This act, however, may require a huge indivi … - Anticipated synchronization in neuronal circuits unveiled by a phase-response-curve analysis

Author(s): Fernanda S. Matias, Pedro V. Carelli, Claudio R. Mirasso, and Mauro CopelliAnticipated synchronization (AS) is a counterintuitive behavior that has been observed in several systems. When AS … - Model of the best-of-N nest-site selection process in honeybees

Author(s): Andreagiovanni Reina, James A. R. Marshall, Vito Trianni, and Thomas BoseThis paper presents a model for collective decision making applied to a swarm of honeybees choosing a nest. The auth … - Symplectic and antiplectic waves in an array of beating cilia attached to a closed body

Author(s): Aref Ghorbani and Ali NajafiBy taking into account the hydrodynamic interactions in a one dimensional array of model cilia attached to a no-slip cylinderical surface, we investigate their s … - Role of length polydispersity in the phase behavior of freely rotating hard-rectangle fluids

Author(s): Ariel Díaz-De Armas and Yuri Martínez-RatónWe use the density-functional formalism, in particular the scaled-particle theory, applied to a length-polydisperse hard-rectangle fluid to study … - Enhanced drainage and thinning of liquid films between bubbles and solids that support surface waves

Author(s): Amihai Horesh, Matvey Morozov, and Ofer ManorWe study the thinning and drainage of the intermediate liquid film between a bubble and a solid surface at close proximity in the presence of a … - Relation between the porosity and tortuosity of a membrane formed by disconnected irregular pores and the spatial diffusion coefficient of the Fick-Jacobs model

Author(s): Aldo Ledesma-Durán, S. I. Hernández, and Iván Santamaría-HolekIn this work, we provide a theoretical relationship between the spatial-dependent diffusion coefficient derived in the Fick-Jac … - Statistical characterization of microstructure of packings of polydisperse hard cubes

Author(s): Hessam Malmir, Muhammad Sahimi, and M. Reza Rahimi TabarPolydisperse packings of cubic particles arise in several important problems. Examples include zeolite microcubes that represent cata … - Bremsstrahlung from the interaction of short laser pulses with dielectrics

Author(s): G. M. Petrov, J. P. Palastro, and J. PeñanoAn intense, short laser pulse incident on a transparent dielectric can excite electrons from the valence to the conduction band. As these electron … - Simultaneous influence of helicity and compressibility on anomalous scaling of the magnetic field in the Kazantsev-Kraichnan model

Author(s): E. Jurčišinová, M. Jurčišin, and M. MenkynaUsing the field theoretic renormalization group technique and the operator product expansion, the systematic investigation of the influence of the … - Chaos in the band structure of a soft Sinai lattice

Author(s): Max D. Porter, Aaron Barr, Ariel Barr, and L. E. ReichlWe study the effect of broken spatial and dynamical symmetries on the band structure of two lattices with unit cells that are soft ver … - Bounds of memory strength for power-law series

Author(s): Fangjian Guo, Dan Yang, Zimo Yang, Zhi-Dan Zhao, and Tao ZhouMany time series produced by complex systems are empirically found to follow power-law distributions with different exponents α. … - Taylor cone and electrospraying at a free surface of superfluid helium charged from below

Author(s): P. Moroshkin, P. Leiderer, Th. B. Möller, and K. KonoElectrically charged metallic micro- and nanoparticles are trapped under a free surface of superfluid He in a vertical static electric f … - Measurements of ionization states in warm dense aluminum with betatron radiation

Author(s): M. Z. Mo, Z. Chen, S. Fourmaux, A. Saraf, S. Kerr, K. Otani, R. Masoud, J.-C. Kieffer, Y. Tsui, A. Ng, and R. FedosejevsTime-resolved measurements of the ionization states of warm dense alu … - Diffusion-driven self-assembly of rodlike particles: Monte Carlo simulation on a square lattice

Author(s): Nikolai I. Lebovka, Yuri Yu. Tarasevich, Volodymyr A. Gigiberiya, and Nikolai V. VygornitskiiThe diffusion-driven self-assembly of rodlike particles was studied by means of Monte Carlo simu … - Approximate probabilistic cellular automata for the dynamics of single-species populations under discrete logisticlike growth with and without weak Allee effects

Author(s): J. Ricardo G. Mendonça and Yeva GevorgyanWe investigate one-dimensional elementary probabilistic cellular automata (PCA) whose dynamics in first-order mean-field approximation yields discre … - Relaxation of twist helicity in the cascade process of linked quantum vortices

Author(s): Simone Zuccher and Renzo L. RiccaBy numerically solving the three-dimensional Gross-Pitaevskii equation we analyze the cascade process associated with the evolution and decay of a pair of l … - Freak oscillation in a dusty plasma

Author(s): Heng Zhang, Yang Yang, Xue-Ren Hong, Xin Qi, Wen-Shan Duan, and Lei YangThe freak oscillation in one-dimensional dusty plasma is studied numerically by particle-in-cell method. Using a pert … - Evaluating the morphological completeness of a training image

Author(s): Mingliang Gao, Qizhi Teng, Xiaohai He, Junxi Feng, and Xue HanUnderstanding the three-dimensional (3D) stochastic structure of a porous medium is helpful for studying its physical propertie … - Stationary engines in and beyond the linear response regime at the Carnot efficiency

Author(s): Naoto ShiraishiThe condition for stationary engines to attain the Carnot efficiency in and beyond the linear response regime is investigated. We find that this condition for finite-size eng … - Finite-size corrections in the random assignment problem

Author(s): Sergio Caracciolo, Matteo P. D'Achille, Enrico M. Malatesta, and Gabriele SicuroWe analytically derive, in the context of the replica formalism, the first finite-size corrections to th … - Dynamics of a bistable Miura-origami structure

Author(s): Hongbin Fang, Suyi Li, Huimin Ji, and K. W. WangOrigami-inspired structures and materials have shown extraordinary properties and performances originating from the intricate geometries of f … - Spontaneous exchange of leader-laggard relationship in mutually coupled synchronized semiconductor lasers

Author(s): Kazutaka Kanno, Takuya Hida, Atsushi Uchida, and Masatoshi BunsenWe investigate the instantaneous behavior of synchronized temporal wave forms in two mutually coupled semiconductor lasers n … - Optimizing diffusion in multiplexes by maximizing layer dissimilarity

Author(s): Alfredo B. Serrano, Jesús Gómez-Gardeñes, and Roberto F. S. AndradeDiffusion in a multiplex depends on the specific link distribution between the nodes in each layer, but also on the set of … - Minimum spanning tree filtering of correlations for varying time scales and size of fluctuations

Author(s): Jarosław Kwapień, Paweł Oświęcimka, Marcin Forczek, and Stanisław DrożdżBased on a recently proposed q-dependent detrended cross-correlation coefficient, ρ_{q} [J. Kwapień, P. Oświęcimka, a … - Experimental comparison of forces resisting viral DNA packaging and driving DNA ejection

Author(s): Nicholas Keller, Zachary T. Berndsen, Paul J. Jardine, and Douglas E. SmithWe compare forces resisting DNA packaging and forces driving DNA ejection in bacteriophage phi29 with theoretical … - Analytical solution of the steady membrane voltage fluctuation caused by a single ion channel

Author(s): Jia-Zeng Wang and Rui-Zhen WangAn analytical steady-state solution of the stochastic model describing the integrated dynamics of the membrane voltage and the gating of a single channel is p … - Hydrodynamics of viscous inhalant flows

Author(s): Aaron C. True and John P. CrimaldiInhalant flows draw fluid into an orifice from a reservoir and are ubiquitous in engineering and biology. Surprisingly, there is a lack of quantitative inf … - Finite-thickness effects on the Rayleigh-Taylor instability in accelerated elastic solids

Author(s): S. A. Piriz, A. R. Piriz, and N. A. TahirA physical model has been developed for the linear Rayleigh-Taylor instability of a finite-thickness elastic slab laying on top of a semi-infinite i … - Two-dimensional implosion simulations with a kinetic particle code

Author(s): I. Sagert, W. P. Even, and T. T. StrotherWe perform two-dimensional implosion simulations using a Monte Carlo kinetic particle code. The application of a kinetic transport code is motivated … - Large-scale structure of randomly jammed spheres

Author(s): Atsushi Ikeda, Ludovic Berthier, and Giorgio ParisiWe numerically analyze the density field of three-dimensional randomly jammed packings of monodisperse soft frictionless spherical particl … - Variance of permutation entropy and the influence of ordinal pattern selection

Author(s): Douglas J. Little and Deb M. KanePermutation entropy (PE) is a widely used measure for complexity, often used to distinguish between complex systems (or complex systems in different states) … - Evolution of moments and correlations in nonrenewal escape-time processes

Author(s): Wilhelm Braun, Rüdiger Thul, and André LongtinThe theoretical description of nonrenewal stochastic systems is a challenge. Analytical results are often not available or can be obtained only … - Synchronization of fluctuating delay-coupled chaotic networks

Author(s): Manuel Jiménez-Martín, Javier Rodríguez-Laguna, Otti D'Huys, Javier de la Rubia, and Elka KorutchevaWe study the synchronization of chaotic units connected through time-delayed fluctua … - Scale-free networks emerging from multifractal time series

Author(s): Marcello A. Budroni, Andrea Baronchelli, and Romualdo Pastor-SatorrasMethods connecting dynamical systems and graph theory have attracted increasing interest in the past few years, with app … - Stochastic lattice model of synaptic membrane protein domains

Author(s): Yiwei Li, Osman Kahraman, and Christoph A. HaselwandterNeurotransmitter receptor molecules, concentrated in synaptic membrane domains along with scaffolds and other kinds of proteins, are c … - Lateral diffusion induced by active proteins in a biomembrane

Author(s): Yuto Hosaka, Kento Yasuda, Ryuichi Okamoto, and Shigeyuki KomuraWe discuss the hydrodynamic collective effects due to active protein molecules that are immersed in lipid bilayer membranes a … - Strain tensor selection and the elastic theory of incompatible thin sheets

Author(s): Oz Oshri and Haim DiamantThe existing theory of incompatible elastic sheets uses the deviation of the surface metric from a reference metric to define the strain tensor [Efrati et al., J. M … - Surprising convergence of the Monte Carlo renormalization group for the three-dimensional Ising model

Author(s): Dorit Ron, Achi Brandt, and Robert H. SwendsenWe present a surprisingly simple approach to high-accuracy calculations of the critical properties of the three-dimensional Ising model. The me … - Nonmonotonic dynamic correlations in quasi-two-dimensional confined glass-forming liquids

Author(s): Baicheng Mei, Yuyuan Lu, Lijia An, Hongfei Li, and Liang WangIt has been broadly accepted that the behavior of glass-forming liquids, where their relaxation dynamics exhibit a pronounced sl … - Colored percolation

Author(s): Sumanta Kundu and S. S. MannaA model called “colored percolation” has been introduced with its infinite number of versions in two dimensions. The sites of a regular lattice are randomly occ … - Quantum-to-classical transition in the work distribution for chaotic systems

Author(s): Ignacio García-Mata, Augusto J. Roncaglia, and Diego A. WisniackiThe work distribution is a fundamental quantity in nonequilibrium thermodynamics mainly due to its connection with fluctuati … - Mechanism of unconfined dust explosions: Turbulent clustering and radiation-induced ignition

Author(s): Michael Liberman, Nathan Kleeorin, Igor Rogachevskii, and Nils Erland L. HaugenIt is known that unconfined dust explosions typically start off with a relatively weak primary flame followed … - Cavity master equation for the continuous time dynamics of discrete-spin models

Author(s): E. Aurell, G. Del Ferraro, E. Domínguez, and R. MuletWe present an alternate method to close the master equation representing the continuous time dynamics of interacting Ising spins. The me … - Similarity law for Widom lines and coexistence lines

Author(s): D. T. Banuti, M. Raju, and M. IhmeThe coexistence line of a fluid separates liquid and gaseous states at subcritical pressures, ending at the critical point. Only recently, it became clear … - Global stability and H theorem in lattice models with nonconservative interactions

Author(s): C. A. Plata and A. PradosIn kinetic theory, a system is usually described by its one-particle distribution function f(r,v,t), such that f(r,v,t)drdv is the fraction of particles with positi … - Breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein relation in pure Lennard-Jones fluids: From gas to liquid via supercritical states

Author(s): Norikazu Ohtori, Shohei Miyamoto, and Yoshiki IshiiWe have examined the conditions under which the breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein (SE) relation occurs in pure Lennard-Jones (LJ) fluids ov … - Two coupled, driven Ising spin systems working as an engine

Author(s): Debarshi Basu, Joydip Nandi, A. M. Jayannavar, and Rahul MaratheMiniaturized heat engines constitute a fascinating field of current research. Many theoretical and experimental studies are b … - Pattern formation in a reaction-diffusion system of Fitzhugh-Nagumo type before the onset of subcritical Turing bifurcation

Author(s): Maxim Kuznetsov, Andrey Kolobov, and Andrey PolezhaevWe investigate numerically the behavior of a two-component reaction-diffusion system of Fitzhugh-Nagumo type before the onset of subcrit … - Probability of noise- and rate-induced tipping

Author(s): Paul Ritchie and Jan SieberWe propose an approximation for the probability of tipping when the speed of parameter change and additive white noise interact to cause tipping. Our approximatio … - Contractile actuation and dynamical gel assembly of paramagnetic filaments in fast precessing fields

Author(s): Joshua M. Dempster, Pablo Vázquez-Montejo, and Monica Olvera de la CruzFlexible superparamagnetic filaments are studied under the influence of fast precessing magnetic fields using simulati … - Phase diagram and aggregation dynamics of a monolayer of paramagnetic colloids

Author(s): An T. Pham, Yuan Zhuang, Paige Detwiler, Joshua E. S. Socolar, Patrick Charbonneau, and Benjamin B. YellenWe have developed a tunable colloidal system and a corresponding theoretical model … - Spreading law on a completely wettable spherical substrate: The energy balance approach

Author(s): Masao IwamatsuThe spreading of a cap-shaped spherical droplet on a completely wettable spherical substrate is studied. The nonequilibrium thermodynamic formulation is used to derive the the … - Measuring effective temperatures in a generalized Gibbs ensemble

Author(s): Laura Foini, Andrea Gambassi, Robert Konik, and Leticia F. CugliandoloThe local physical properties of an isolated quantum statistical system in the stationary state reached long after a qu … - Numerical study of the F model with domain-wall boundaries

Author(s): Rick Keesman and Jules LamersWe perform a numerical study of the F model with domain-wall boundary conditions. Various exact results are known for this particular case of the six-vertex mod … - Capturing Brownian dynamics with an on-lattice model of hard-sphere diffusion

Author(s): Claudia Cianci, Stephen Smith, and Ramon GrimaConventional master equation approaches approximate the diffusion of molecules in continuum space by the process of particles hopping on a spat … - Recurrence measure of conditional dependence and applications

Author(s): Antônio M. T. Ramos, Alejandro Builes-Jaramillo, Germán Poveda, Bedartha Goswami, Elbert E. N. Macau, Jürgen Kurths, and Norbert MarwanIdentifying causal relations from observational data s … - Hierarchical structure in sharply divided phase space for the piecewise linear map

Author(s): Akira Akaishi, Kazuki Aoki, and Akira ShudoWe have studied a two-dimensional piecewise linear map to examine how the hierarchical structure of stable regions affects the slow dynamics in Ha … - Language competition in a population of migrating agents

Author(s): Dorota Lipowska and Adam LipowskiInfluencing various aspects of human activity, migration is associated also with language formation. To examine the mutual interaction of these processes, w … - Cyclic public goods games: Compensated coexistence among mutual cheaters stabilized by optimized penalty taxation

Author(s): Christopher Griffin and Andrew BelmonteWe study the problem of stabilized coexistence in a three-species public goods game in which each species simultaneously contributes to one public goo … - Topology-dependent rationality and quantal response equilibria in structured populations

Author(s): Sabin Roman and Markus BredeGiven that the assumption of perfect rationality is rarely met in the real world, we explore a graded notion of rationality in socioecological systems of network …