- Characterizing eigenstate thermalization via measures in the Fock space of operators

Author(s): Pavan Hosur and Xiao-Liang QiThe eigenstate thermalization hypothesis (ETH) attempts to bridge the gap between quantum mechanical and statistical mechanical descriptions of isolated quantum … - Effects of distance-dependent delay on small-world neuronal networks

Author(s): Jinjie Zhu, Zhen Chen, and Xianbin LiuWe study firing behaviors and the transitions among them in small-world noisy neuronal networks with electrical synapses and information transmission d … - Effect of side-chain asymmetry on the intermolecular structure and order-disorder transition in alkyl-substituted polyfluorenes

Author(s): M. Knaapila, R. Stepanyan, M. Torkkeli, D. Haase, N. Fröhlich, A. Helfer, M. Forster, and U. ScherfWe study relations among the side-chain asymmetry, structure, and order-disorder transitio … - Dissipation and velocity distribution at the shear-driven jamming transition

Author(s): Peter OlssonWe investigate energy dissipation and the distribution of particle velocities at the jamming transition for overdamped shear-driven frictionless disks in two dimensions at zero … - Universal relations for solitary waves in granular crystals under shocks with finite rise and decay times

Author(s): M. Arif Hasan and Sia Nemat-NasserWe focus on solitary waves generated in arrays of lightly contacting spherical elastic granules by shock forces of steep rise and slow decay durations and … - Publisher's Note: Defining the free-energy landscape of curvature-inducing proteins on membrane bilayers [Phys. Rev. E 90, 022717 (2014)]

Author(s): Richard W. Tourdot, N. Ramakrishnan, and Ravi Radhakrishnan[Phys. Rev. E 93, 049909] Published Thu Apr 28, 2016 - Highly connected neurons spike less frequently in balanced networks

Author(s): Ryan Pyle and Robert RosenbaumBiological neuronal networks exhibit highly variable spiking activity. Balanced networks offer a parsimonious model of this variability in which strong excitat … - Predicting the outcome of the growth of binary solids far from equilibrium

Author(s): Ranjan V. Mannige and Stephen WhitelamThe growth of multicomponent structures in simulations and experiments often results in kinetically trapped, nonequilibrium objects. In such cases we h … - Velocity statistics for nonuniform configurations of point vortices

Author(s): Audun Skaugen and Luiza AnghelutaWithin the point-vortex model, we compute the probability distribution function of the velocity fluctuations induced by same-sign vortices scattered within … - Controlled recovery of phylogenetic communities from an evolutionary model using a network approach

Author(s): Arthur M. Y. R. Sousa, André P. Vieira, Carmen P. C. Prado, and Roberto F. S. AndradeThis works reports the use of a complex network approach to produce a phylogenetic classification tree o … - Energy surface and minimum energy paths for Fréedericksz transitions in bistable cholesteric liquid crystals

Author(s): A. V. Ivanov, P. F. Bessarab, E. V. Aksenova, V. P. Romanov, and V. M. UzdinThe multidimensional energy surface of a cholesteric liquid crystal in a planar cell is investigated as a functio … - Equation of state of warm dense deuterium and its isotopes from density-functional theory molecular dynamics

Author(s): J.-F. Danel, L. Kazandjian, and R. PironOf the two approaches of density-functional theory molecular dynamics, quantum molecular dynamics is limited at high temperature by computational cos … - Publisher's Note: Translocation of a semiflexible polymer through a nanopore in the presence of attractive binding particles [Phys. Rev. E 92, 032711 (2015)]

Author(s): Ramesh Adhikari and Aniket Bhattacharya[Phys. Rev. E 93, 049907] Published Wed Apr 27, 2016 - Publisher's Note: Loading-unloading hysteresis loop of randomly rough adhesive contacts [Phys. Rev. E 92, 062404 (2015)]

Author(s): Giuseppe Carbone, Elena Pierro, and Giuseppina Recchia[Phys. Rev. E 93, 049908] Published Wed Apr 27, 2016 - Magnitude-dependent epidemic-type aftershock sequences model for earthquakes

Author(s): Ilaria Spassiani and Giovanni SebastianiWe propose a version of the pure temporal epidemic type aftershock sequences (ETAS) model: the ETAS model with correlated magnitudes. As for the stan … - Energetics of correlations in interacting systems

Author(s): Nicolai Friis, Marcus Huber, and Martí Perarnau-LlobetA fundamental connection between thermodynamics and information theory arises from the fact that correlations exhibit an inherent work … - Granger causality analysis with nonuniform sampling and its application to pulse-coupled nonlinear dynamics

Author(s): Yaoyu Zhang, Yanyang Xiao, Douglas Zhou, and David CaiThe Granger causality (GC) analysis is an effective approach to infer causal relations for time series. However, for data obtained by u … - Phase transitions in cooperative coinfections: Simulation results for networks and lattices

Author(s): Peter Grassberger, Li Chen, Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad, and Weiran CaiWe study the spreading of two mutually cooperative diseases on different network topologies, and with two microscopic realiza … - Inherent rhythm of smooth muscle cells in rat mesenteric arterioles: An eigensystem formulation

Author(s): I Lin Ho, Arash Moshkforoush, Kwangseok Hong, Gerald A. Meininger, Michael A. Hill, Nikolaos M. Tsoukias, and Watson KuoOn the basis of experimental data and mathematical equations in the l … - Experimental investigation of stimulated Raman and Brillouin scattering instabilities driven by two successive collinear picosecond laser pulses

Author(s): C. Rousseaux, S. D. Baton, D. Bénisti, L. Gremillet, B. Loupias, F. Philippe, V. Tassin, F. Amiranoff, J. L. Kline, D. S. Montgomery, and B. B. AfeyanBackward stimulated Raman and Brillouin … - Producing virtually defect-free nanoscale ripples by ion bombardment of rocked solid surfaces

Author(s): Matt P. Harrison and R. Mark BradleyBombardment of a solid surface with a broad, obliquely incident ion beam frequently produces nanoscale surface ripples. The primary obstacle that prevent … - Stochastic thermodynamics of reactive systems: An extended local equilibrium approach

Author(s): Yannick De Decker, Jean-François Derivaux, and Grégoire NicolisThe recently developed extended local equilibrium approach to stochastic thermodynamics is applied to reactive systems. The pr … - Site- and bond-percolation thresholds in K_{n,n} -based lattices: Vulnerability of quantum annealers to random qubit and coupler failures on chimera topologies

Author(s): O. Melchert, Helmut G. Katzgraber, and M. A. NovotnyWe estimate the critical thresholds of bond and site percolation on nonplanar, effectively two-dimensional graphs with chimeralike topolo … - Nonequilibrium work energy relation for non-Hamiltonian dynamics

Author(s): Dibyendu Mandal and Michael R. DeWeeseRecent years have witnessed major advances in our understanding of nonequilibrium processes. The Jarzynski equality, for example, provides a link betwe … - Growth fluctuation in preferential attachment dynamics

Author(s): Yasuhiro HashimotoIn the Yule-Simon process, creation and selection of words follows the preferential attachment mechanism, resulting in a power-law growth in the cumulative number of indiv … - Survival-time statistics for sample space reducing stochastic processes

Author(s): Avinash Chand YadavStochastic processes wherein the size of the state space is changing as a function of time offer models for the emergence of scale-invariant features observed in complex … - Honeycomb lattices with defects

Author(s): Meryl A. Spencer and Robert M. ZiffIn this paper, we introduce a variant of the honeycomb lattice in which we create defects by randomly exchanging adjacent bonds, producing a random tiling … - Correspondence behavior of classical and quantum dissipative directed transport via thermal noise

Author(s): Gabriel G. Carlo, Leonardo Ermann, Alejandro M. F. Rivas, and María E. SpinaWe systematically study several classical-quantum correspondence properties of the dissipative modified kicked ro … - Collective frequency variation in network synchronization and reverse PageRank

Author(s): Per Sebastian Skardal, Dane Taylor, Jie Sun, and Alex ArenasA wide range of natural and engineered phenomena rely on large networks of interacting units to reach a dynamical consensus state … - Connectivity disruption sparks explosive epidemic spreading

Author(s): L. Böttcher, O. Woolley-Meza, E. Goles, D. Helbing, and H. J. HerrmannWe investigate the spread of an infection or other malfunction of cascading nature when a system component can recover … - Superdiffusion in dispersions of active colloids driven by an external field and their sedimentation equilibrium

Author(s): Yen-Fu Chen, Hsien-Hung Wei, Yu-Jane Sheng, and Heng-Kwong TsaoThe diffusive behaviors of active colloids with run-and-tumble movement are explored by dissipative particle dynamics simulati … - Charge renormalization in nominally apolar colloidal dispersions

Author(s): Daniel J. Evans, Andrew D. Hollingsworth, and David G. GrierThis manuscript shows experimental results on the electrostatic repulsion of seemingly neutral spheres suspended in an apolar sol … - Creep and aging of hard-sphere glasses under constant stress

Author(s): P. Ballesta and G. PetekidisWe investigate the aging behavior of glassy suspensions of nearly hard-sphere colloids submitted to a constant shear stress. For low stresses, below the yield st … - Effect of surface charge convection and shape deformation on the dielectrophoretic motion of a liquid drop

Author(s): Shubhadeep Mandal, Aditya Bandopadhyay, and Suman ChakrabortyThe dielectrophoretic motion and shape deformation of a Newtonian liquid drop in an otherwise quiescent Newtonian liquid medium … - Interplay of vapor adsorption and liquid imbibition in nanoporous Vycor glass

Author(s): Sebastian Kiepsch and Rolf PelsterWe have studied the kinetics of spontaneous capillary rise and of the concurrent vapor adsorption in nanoporous, monolithic samples of Vycor glass with a m … - Energetic electron-bunch generation in a phase-locked longitudinal laser electric field

Author(s): K. D. Xiao, T. W. Huang, L. B. Ju, R. Li, S. L. Yang, Y. C. Yang, S. Z. Wu, H. Zhang, B. Qiao, S. C. Ruan, C. T. Zhou, and X. T. HeEnergetic electron acceleration processes in a plasma holl … - Anisotropic electron-distribution function in inverse-bremsstrahlung-heated plasmas

Author(s): A. Bendib, K. Bendib-Kalache, B. Cros, and G. MaynardThe electron-distribution function in homogeneous plasmas heated by a high-frequency laser field is calculated in velocity space from th … - Lattice Boltzmann method for convection-diffusion equations with general interfacial conditions

Author(s): Zexi Hu, Juntao Huang, and Wen-An YongIn this work, we propose an interfacial scheme accompanying the lattice Boltzmann method for convection-diffusion equations with general interfacial co … - Comment on “Generalized exclusion processes: Transport coefficients”

Author(s): T. Becker, K. Nelissen, B. Cleuren, B. Partoens, and C. Van den BroeckIn a recent paper, Arita et al. [Phys. Rev. E 90, 052108 (2014)] consider the transport properties of a class of genera … - Publisher's Note: Demonstrating universal scaling for dynamics of Yukawa one-component plasmas after an interaction quench [Phys. Rev. E 93, 023201 (2016)]

Author(s): T. K. Langin, T. Strickler, N. Maksimovic, P. McQuillen, T. Pohl, D. Vrinceanu, and T. C. Killian[Phys. Rev. E 93, 049905] Published Mon Apr 25, 2016 - Publisher's Note: Estimation of the diffusion constant from intermittent trajectories with variable position uncertainties [Phys. Rev. E 93, 042401 (2016)]

Author(s): Peter K. Relich, Mark J. Olah, Patrick J. Cutler, and Keith A. Lidke[Phys. Rev. E 93, 049906] Published Mon Apr 25, 2016 - Stresses and orientational order in shearing flows of granular liquid crystals

Author(s): Diego Berzi, Nha Thai-Quang, Yu Guo, and Jennifer CurtisWe perform discrete element simulations of homogeneous shearing of frictionless cylinders and show that the particles are characteriz … - Second law of thermodynamics under control restrictions

Author(s): H. Wilming, R. Gallego, and J. EisertThe second law of thermodynamics, formulated as an ultimate bound on the maximum extractable work, has been rigorously derived in multiple scenarios. Ho … - Low-frequency fluctuations in an external-cavity laser leading to extreme events

Author(s): Daeyoung Choi, Michael J. Wishon, J. Barnoud, C. Y. Chang, Y. Bouazizi, A. Locquet, and D. S. CitrinWe experimentally investigate the dynamical regimes of a laser diode subject to external … - How damage diversification can reduce systemic risk

Author(s): Rebekka Burkholz, Antonios Garas, and Frank SchweitzerWe study the influence of risk diversification on cascading failures in weighted complex networks, where weighted directed links repres … - In silico substrate dependence increases community productivity but threatens biodiversity

Author(s): Aisling J. Daly, Jan M. Baetens, and Bernard De BaetsThe critical role that biodiversity plays in ecosystem functioning has motivated many studies of the mechanisms that sustain biodiversit … - Nonaffine behavior of three-dimensional semiflexible polymer networks

Author(s): Hamed Hatami-MarbiniThree-dimensional semiflexible polymer networks are the structural building blocks of various biological and structural materials. Previous studies have primarily used t … - Defect-mediated turbulence in ribbons of viscoelastic Taylor-Couette flow

Author(s): Noureddine Latrache, Nizar Abcha, Olivier Crumeyrolle, and Innocent MutabaziTransition to defect-mediated turbulence in the ribbon patterns observed in a viscoelastic Taylor-Couette flow is … - Kinetic modeling of Nernst effect in magnetized hohlraums

Author(s): A. S. Joglekar, C. P. Ridgers, R. J. Kingham, and A. G. R. ThomasWe present nanosecond time-scale Vlasov-Fokker-Planck-Maxwell modeling of magnetized plasma transport and dynamics in a hohl … - Classification of precursors in nanoscale droplets

Author(s): Rolf E. Isele-Holder and Ahmed E. IsmailMolecular precursors, ultrathin films that precede spreading droplets, are still far from being understood, despite intensive study. The inherent mic … - Dynamics of Coulombic and gravitational periodic systems

Author(s): Pankaj Kumar and Bruce N. MillerWe study the dynamics and the phase-space structures of Coulombic and self-gravitating versions of the classical one-dimensional three-body system with perio … - Stochastic Loewner evolution relates anomalous diffusion and anisotropic percolation

Author(s): Heitor F. Credidio, André A. Moreira, Hans J. Herrmann, and José S. Andrade, Jr.We disclose the origin of anisotropic percolation perimeters in terms of the stochastic Loewner evolution (SL … - Skewness of steady-state current fluctuations in nonequilibrium systems

Author(s): Roman Belousov, E. G. D. Cohen, Chun-Shang Wong, John A. Goree, and Yan FengA skewness of the probability for instantaneous current fluctuations, in a nonequilibrium steady state, is observ … - Multiscale multifractal detrended-fluctuation analysis of two-dimensional surfaces

Author(s): Fang Wang, Qingju Fan, and H. Eugene StanleyTwo-dimensional (2D) multifractal detrended fluctuation analysis (MF-DFA) has been used to study monofractality and multifractality on 2D surface … - Soliton dynamics in optical fibers using the generalized traveling-wave method

Author(s): Niurka R. Quintero, Franz G. Mertens, Anatoly Efimov, and A. R. BishopThe generalized traveling wave method (GTWM) is applied to the nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) equation with general pertur … - Chaotic and ballistic dynamics in time-driven quasiperiodic lattices

Author(s): Thomas Wulf and Peter SchmelcherWe investigate the nonequilibrium dynamics of classical particles in a driven quasiperiodic lattice based on the Fibonacci sequence. An intricate transient d … - Filling the gaps: A robust description of adhesive birth-death-movement processes

Author(s): Stuart T. Johnston, Ruth E. Baker, and Matthew J. SimpsonExisting continuum descriptions of discrete adhesive birth-death-movement processes provide accurate predictions of the average disc … - Miscibility phase diagram of ring-polymer blends: A topological effect

Author(s): Takahiro Sakaue and Chihiro H. NakajimaThe miscibility of polymer blends, a classical problem in polymer science, may be altered, if one or both of the component do not have chain ends. Bas … - Determination of liquid-liquid critical point composition using 90^{∘} laser light scattering

Author(s): J. Charles Williamson, Allison M. Brown, Elise N. Helvie, and Kevin M. DeanDespite over a century of characterization efforts, liquid-liquid critical point compositions are difficult to ide … - Rayleigh-Taylor instability of viscous fluids with phase change

Author(s): Byoung Jae Kim and Kyung Doo KimFilm boiling on a horizontal surface is a typical example of the Rayleigh-Taylor instability. During the film boiling, phase changes take place at the interf … - Axisymmetric instability in a thinning electrified jet

Author(s): Dharmansh and Paresh ChokshiThe axisymmetric stability of an electrified jet is analyzed under electrospinning conditions using the linear stability theory. The fluid is considered Newtonia … - Rotation of slender swimmers in isotropic-drag media

Author(s): Lyndon Koens and Eric LaugaThe drag anisotropy of slender filaments is a critical physical property allowing swimming in low-Reynolds number flows, and without it linear translation is impo … - Three-dimensional nonequilibrium Potts systems with magnetic friction

Author(s): Linjun Li and Michel PleimlingWe study the nonequilibrium steady states that emerge when two interacting three-dimensional Potts blocks slide on each other. As at equilibrium the Potts mode … - Free-energy analysis of spin models on hyperbolic lattice geometries

Author(s): Marcel Serina, Jozef Genzor, Yoju Lee, and Andrej GendiarWe investigate relations between spatial properties of the free energy and the radius of Gaussian curvature of the underlying curved … - Cosmology in one dimension: Vlasov dynamics

Author(s): Giovanni Manfredi, Jean-Louis Rouet, Bruce Miller, and Yui ShiozawaNumerical simulations of self-gravitating systems are generally based on N-body codes, which solve the equations of motion … - Cluster statistics and quasisoliton dynamics in microscopic optimal-velocity models

Author(s): Bo Yang, Xihua Xu, John Z. F. Pang, and Christopher MonterolaUsing the non-linear optimal velocity models as an example, we show that there exists an emergent intrinsic scale that character … - Percolation of networks with directed dependency links

Author(s): Dunbiao Niu, Xin Yuan, Minhui Du, H. Eugene Stanley, and Yanqing HuThe self-consistent probabilistic approach has proven itself powerful in studying the percolation behavior of interdepende … - Hydrodynamic interactions between two forced objects of arbitrary shape. II. Relative translation

Author(s): Tomer Goldfriend, Haim Diamant, and Thomas A. WittenWe study the relative translation of two arbitrarily shaped objects, caused by their hydrodynamic interaction as they are forced through … - Sensitivity of the two-dimensional shearless mixing layer to the initial turbulent kinetic energy and integral length scale

Author(s): M. Fathali and M. Khoshnami DeshiriThe shearless mixing layer is generated from the interaction of two homogeneous isotropic turbulence (HIT) fields with different integral scales ℓ_{1} and … - Erratum: Torque correlation length and stochastic twist dynamics of DNA [Phys. Rev. E 89, 062706 (2014)]

Author(s): Edward J. Banigan and John F. Marko[Phys. Rev. E 93, 049904] Published Wed Apr 20, 2016 - Influence of intermolecular forces at critical-point wedge filling

Author(s): Alexandr Malijevský and Andrew O. ParryWe use microscopic density functional theory to study filling transitions in systems with long-ranged wall-fluid and short-ranged fluid-fluid forces o … - Critical time scale of coarse-graining entropy production

Author(s): Jang-il SohnWe study coarse-grained entropy production in an asymmetric random walk system on a periodic one-dimensional lattice. In coarse-grained systems, the original dynamics are unavoi … - Impulse-induced optimum signal amplification in scale-free networks

Author(s): Pedro J. Martínez and Ricardo ChacónOptimizing information transmission across a network is an essential task for controlling and manipulating generic information-processing systems. Here, … - Shear melting at the crystal-liquid interface: Erosion and the asymmetric suppression of interface fluctuations

Author(s): Malcolm Ramsay and Peter HarrowellThe influence of an applied shear on the planar crystal-melt interface is modeled by a nonlinear stochastic partial differential equation of the interface … - Effective long-range interlayer interactions and electric-field-induced subphases in ferrielectric liquid crystals

Author(s): A. D. L. Chandani, Atsuo Fukuda, Jagdish K. Vij, Yoichi Takanishi, and Atsuo IidaMicrobeam resonant x-ray scattering experiments recently revealed the sequential emergence of electric-field … - Marginal turbulent state of viscoelastic fluids: A polymer drag reduction perspective

Author(s): Li Xi and Xue BaiThe laminar-turbulent (LT) transition of dilute polymer solutions is of great interest not only for the complex transition dynamics itself, but also for its potential link … - Reynolds-number dependence of the longitudinal dispersion in turbulent pipe flow

Author(s): Christopher Hawkins, Luiza Angheluta, Marcin Krotkiewski, and Bjørn JamtveitIn Taylor's theory, the longitudinal dispersion in turbulent pipe flows approaches, on long time scales, a d … - Turbulent transport with intermittency: Expectation of a scalar concentration

Author(s): Mark Peter Rast, Jean-François Pinton, and Pablo D. MininniScalar transport by turbulent flows is best described in terms of Lagrangian parcel motions. Here we measure the Eulerian distance … - Fluid-dynamical model for antisurfactants

Author(s): Justin J. A. Conn, Brian R. Duffy, David Pritchard, Stephen K. Wilson, Peter J. Halling, and Khellil SefianeWe construct a fluid-dynamical model for the flow of a solution with a free surfa … - Ergodicity testing using an analytical formula for a dynamical functional of alpha-stable autoregressive fractionally integrated moving average processes

Author(s): Hanna Loch, Joanna Janczura, and Aleksander WeronIn this paper we study asymptotic behavior of a dynamical functional for an α-stable autoregressive fractionally integrated moving average ( … - Eigenvalue analysis of an irreversible random walk with skew detailed balance conditions

Author(s): Yuji Sakai and Koji HukushimaAn irreversible Markov-chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) algorithm with skew detailed balance conditions originally proposed by Turitsyn et al. is extended to general di … - Modulated nematic structures induced by chirality and steric polarization

Author(s): Lech Longa and Grzegorz PająkWhat kind of one-dimensional modulated nematic structures (ODMNS) can form nonchiral and chiral bent-core and dimeric materials? Here, using the Landau–de Genne … - Suppression mechanism of Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in compressible fluid flows

Author(s): Mona Karimi and Sharath S. GirimajiThe transformative influence of compressibility on the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability (KHI) at the interface between two fluid streams of different velociti … - Metastable and scaling regimes of one-dimensional Kawasaki dynamics

Author(s): F. A. Gómez Albarracín, H. D. Rosales, and M. D. GrynbergWe investigate the large-time scaling regimes arising from a variety of metastable structures in a chain of Ising spins with both fi … - Controlling synchronous patterns in complex networks

Author(s): Weijie Lin, Huawei Fan, Ying Wang, Heping Ying, and Xingang WangAlthough the set of permutation symmetries of a complex network could be very large, few of them give rise to stable synchron … - Solitary waves in diatomic chains

Author(s): Anna Vainchtein, Yuli Starosvetsky, J. Douglas Wright, and Ron PerlineWe consider the mechanism of formation of isolated localized wave structures in the diatomic Fermi-Pasta-Ulam (FPU) mod … - Bilayer-thickness-mediated interactions between integral membrane proteins

Author(s): Osman Kahraman, Peter D. Koch, William S. Klug, and Christoph A. HaselwandterThe authors present a theoretical approach to the elastic equations associated with lipid bilayer deformation in … - Model-free information-theoretic approach to infer leadership in pairs of zebrafish

Author(s): Sachit Butail, Violet Mwaffo, and Maurizio PorfiriCollective behavior affords several advantages to fish in avoiding predators, foraging, mating, and swimming. Although fish schools have be … - Nondeterministic self-assembly of two tile types on a lattice

Author(s): S. Tesoro and S. E. AhnertSelf-assembly occurs naturally in many biological processes, such as the aggregation of proteins or formation of amyloid fibrils. As a starting point for modeling … - Polar-solvation classical density-functional theory for electrolyte aqueous solutions near a wall

Author(s): Vadim Warshavsky and Marcelo MaruchoA precise description of the structural and dielectric properties of liquid water is critical to understanding the physicochemical properties of solutes … - Multistability in the mixtures of smectic-C^{*} materials with compensated twisting power

Author(s): A. V. Emelyanenko and E. P. PozhidaevThe effect of multistability in the mixtures of smectic-C^{*} materials with compensated twisting power, i.e., the existence of a large number of almost … - Influence of virtual surfaces on Frank elastic constants in a polymer-stabilized bent-core nematic liquid crystal

Author(s): P. Lakshmi Madhuri, Uma S. Hiremath, C. V. Yelamaggad, K. Priya Madhuri, and S. Krishna PrasadEffect of a polymer network on the threshold voltage of the Fréedericksz transition, Frank elas … - Interlocking-induced stiffness in stochastically microcracked materials beyond the transport percolation threshold

Author(s): R. C. Picu, A. Pal, and M. V. LupulescuWe study the mechanical behavior of two-dimensional, stochastically microcracked continua in the range of crack densities close to, and above, the tra … - Compressible turbulent mixing: Effects of compressibility

Author(s): Qionglin NiWe studied by numerical simulations the effects of compressibility on passive scalar transport in stationary compressible turbulence. The turbulent Mach number varied from zero t … - Lagrangian model of copepod dynamics: Clustering by escape jumps in turbulence

Author(s): H. Ardeshiri, I. Benkeddad, F. G. Schmitt, S. Souissi, F. Toschi, and E. CalzavariniPlanktonic copepods are small crustaceans that have the ability to swim by quick powerful jumps. Such an … - Force distribution in a semiflexible loop

Author(s): James T. Waters and Harold D. KimLoops undergoing thermal fluctuations are prevalent in nature. Ringlike or cross-linked polymers, cyclic macromolecules, and protein-mediated DNA loops all … - Poiseuille flow in curved spaces

Author(s): J.-D. Debus, M. Mendoza, S. Succi, and H. J. HerrmannWe investigate Poiseuille channel flow through intrinsically curved media, equipped with localized metric perturbations. To this end, we … - Distribution of zeros in the rough geometry of fluctuating interfaces

Author(s): Arturo L. Zamorategui, Vivien Lecomte, and Alejandro B. KoltonWe study numerically the correlations and the distribution of intervals between successive zeros in the fluctuating geometry of … - Alternative first-principles calculation of entropy for liquids

Author(s): Edmund R. Meyer, Christopher Ticknor, Joel D. Kress, and Lee A. CollinsWe present an alternative method for interpreting the velocity autocorrelation function (VACF) of a fluid with applica … - Non-Hermitian localization in biological networks

Author(s): Ariel Amir, Naomichi Hatano, and David R. NelsonThe authors analyze the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of certain asymmetric tridiagonal matrices. They find a rich and complex behavior in the …