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Author(s): B. A. TayWe study a series of N oscillators, each coupled to its nearest neighbors, and linearly to a phonon field through the oscillator's number operator. We show that the Hamiltonia … - Extracting work from a single heat bath: A case study of a Brownian particle under an external magnetic field in the presence of information

Author(s): P. S. Pal, Shubhashis Rana, Arnab Saha, and A. M. JayannavarWork can be extracted from a single bath beyond the limit set by the second law of thermodynamics by performing measurement on th … - Scale-free and economical features of functional connectivity in neuronal networks

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Author(s): Rebecca H. Chisholm, Barry D. Hughes, and Kerry A. LandmanWe consider a model introduced by Baker et al. [Phys. Rev. E 88, 042113 (2013)PLEEE810.1103/PhysRevE.88.042113] of a single lattice … - Percolation model for a selective response of the resistance of composite semiconducting np systems with respect to reducing gases

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Author(s): P. Patrício, P. L. Almeida, R. Portela, R. G. Sobral, I. R. Grilo, T. Cidade, and C. R. LealThe activity of growing living bacteria was investigated using real-time and in situ rheology—in ... - Disorder-enhanced exciton delocalization in an extended dendrimer

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Author(s): Li-Chen Zhao, Guo-Guo Xin, and Zhan-Ying YangWe revisit a rogue wave in a two-mode nonlinear fiber whose dynamics is described by two-component coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations. The ... - Large-scale anisotropy in stably stratified rotating flows

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Author(s): Federico G. Pazzona, Pierfranco Demontis, and Giuseppe B. SuffrittiIn the present work we show how the update rule of a diffusive cellular automaton with mutual exclusion can be exploited i ... - Comment on “Vortex distribution in a confining potential”

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Author(s): Jeferson J. Arenzon, Antonio Coniglio, Annalisa Fierro, and Mauro SellittoWe show that the relaxation dynamics near a glass transition with continuous ergodicity breaking can be endowed wit ... - Percolation and cooperation with mobile agents: Geometric and strategy clusters

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Author(s): Fabing Duan, François Chapeau-Blondeau, and Derek AbbottThis paper studies the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) gain of a parallel array of nonlinear elements that transmits a common input compo ... - Weiss mean-field approximation for multicomponent stochastic spatially extended systems

Author(s): Svetlana E. Kurushina, Valerii V. Maximov, and Yurii M. RomanovskiiWe develop a mean-field approach for multicomponent stochastic spatially extended systems and use it to obtain a multivari ... - Nonlinear elasticity of microsphere heaps

Author(s): Carlos P. Ortiz, Karen E. Daniels, and Robert RiehnThermal fluctuations, geometric exclusion, and external driving all govern the mechanical response of dense particulate suspensions. Here, ... - Generation of vector beams with liquid crystal disclination lines

Author(s): Miha Čančula, Miha Ravnik, and Slobodan ŽumerWe report that light beams, guided along liquid crystal defect lines, can be transformed into vector beams with various polarization profiles. U ... - Zig-zag wall lattice in a nematic liquid crystal with an in-plane switching configuration

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Author(s): Zhongzhi Zhang, Xiaoye Guo, and Yuan LinMuch important information about the structural and dynamical properties of complex systems can be extracted from the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of ... - Non-Hamiltonian features of a classical pilot-wave dynamics

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Author(s): Robert Szalai and Mike R. JeffreyA mechanical system is presented exhibiting a nondeterministic singularity, that is, a point in an otherwise deterministic system where forward time traject ... - Stripe patterns: Role of initial state and boundary conditions

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Author(s): Yu. N. Kulchin, O. B. Vitrik, A. A. Kuchmizhak, V. I. Emel'yanov, A. A. Ionin, S. I. Kudryashov, and S. V. MakarovA type of laser-induced surface relief nanostructure—the nanocrown—on ... - Spontaneous reorientations of meta-atoms and electromagnetic spatial solitons in a liquid metacrystal

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Author(s): Tirumala Rao Kotni, Jayati Sarkar, and Rajesh KhannaNumerical simulations reveal emergence of subspinodal length scales in spontaneous dewetting of nonslipping unstable thin liquid films on … - Imaging critical fluctuations of pure fluids and binary mixtures

Author(s): John J. Hegseth, Ana Oprisan, Yves Garrabos, and Daniel BeysensWe use optical microscopy techniques to directly visualize the structures that emerge in binary mixtures and pure fluids near … - Loop-erased random walk on a percolation cluster is compatible with Schramm-Loewner evolution

Author(s): E. DaryaeiWe study the scaling limit of a planar loop-erased random walk (LERW) on the percolation cluster, with occupation probability p≥pc. We numerically demonstrate that the scaling lim … - Theory of diffusion of active particles that move at constant speed in two dimensions

Author(s): Francisco J. Sevilla and Luis A. Gómez NavaStarting from a Langevin description of active particles that move with constant speed in infinite two-dimensional space and its corresponding Fok … - Active Brownian particles: Entropy production and fluctuation response

Author(s): Debasish ChaudhuriWithin the Rayleigh-Helmholtz model of active Brownian particles, activity is due to a nonlinear velocity-dependent force. In the presence of external trapping potential o … - Activity-induced clustering in model dumbbell swimmers: The role of hydrodynamic interactions

Author(s): Akira Furukawa, Davide Marenduzzo, and Michael E. CatesUsing a fluid-particle dynamics approach, we numerically study the effects of hydrodynamic interactions on the collective dynamics of … - Defining the free-energy landscape of curvature-inducing proteins on membrane bilayers

Author(s): Richard W. Tourdot, N. Ramakrishnan, and Ravi RadhakrishnanCurvature-sensing and curvature-remodeling proteins, such as Amphiphysin, Epsin, and Exo70, are known to reshape cell membranes, a … - Heterogeneous mean field for neural networks with short-term plasticity

Author(s): Matteo di Volo, Raffaella Burioni, Mario Casartelli, Roberto Livi, and Alessandro VezzaniWe report about the main dynamical features of a model of leaky integrate-and-fire excitatory neuron … - Synchronization in time-varying networks

Author(s): Vivek Kohar, Peng Ji, Anshul Choudhary, Sudeshna Sinha, and Jüergen KurthsWe study the stability of the synchronized state in time-varying complex networks using the concept of basin stabil … - Temporal stability of network partitions

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Author(s): Oleksandr Burylko, Yakov Kazanovich, and Roman BorisyukWe study a model of globally coupled phase oscillators that contains two groups of oscillators with positive (synchronizing) and negat … - Nonlinear waves in networks: Model reduction for the sine-Gordon equation

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Author(s): M. Z. Hossain and J. M. FloryanNatural convection in a horizontal layer subject to periodic heating from above has been studied. It is shown that the primary convection leads to the cooling … - Energy spectrum of buoyancy-driven turbulence

Author(s): Abhishek Kumar, Anando G. Chatterjee, and Mahendra K. VermaUsing high-resolution direct numerical simulation and arguments based on the kinetic energy flux Πu, we demonstrate that, for stab … - Invariants of nonlinearity in the phononic characteristics of granular chains

Author(s): R. Ganesh and S. GonellaIn this work, we analyze the phononic characteristics of wave motion in precompressed monoatomic and diatomic granular chains, with emphasis on the evolving spatial … - Directional asymmetry of the nonlinear wave phenomena in a three-dimensional granular phononic crystal under gravity

Author(s): A. Merkel, V. Tournat, and V. GusevWe report the experimental observation of the gravity-induced asymmetry for the nonlinear transformation of acoustic waves in a noncohesive granular phono … - Universality of fluctuations in the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang class in high dimensions and its upper critical dimension

Author(s): S. G. Alves, T. J. Oliveira, and S. C. FerreiraWe show that the theoretical machinery developed for the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) class in low dimensions is obeyed by the restricted solid-o … - Influence of particle size distribution on random close packing of spheres

Author(s): Kenneth W. Desmond and Eric R. WeeksThe densest amorphous packing of rigid particles is known as random close packing. It has long been appreciated that higher densities are achieved by usi … - Solid matrix partition by fracture networks

Author(s): R. Rosenzweig, V. V. Mourzenko, J.-F. Thovert, and P. M. AdlerThe geometrical properties of the matrix blocks formed by a random fracture network are investigated numerically, for a wide ra … - Robust design of polyrhythmic neural circuits

Author(s): Justus T. C. Schwabedal, Alexander B. Neiman, and Andrey L. ShilnikovNeural circuit motifs producing coexistent rhythmic patterns are treated as building blocks of multifunctional neuronal … - Feedback, receptor clustering, and receptor restriction to single cells yield large Turing spaces for ligand-receptor-based Turing models

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Author(s): Daniele Vilone, José J. Ramasco, Angel Sánchez, and Maxi San MiguelThe interplay of social and strategic motivations in human interactions is a largely unexplored topic in collective social … - Numerical integration of the stochastic Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation in generic time-discretization schemes

Author(s): Federico Romá, Leticia F. Cugliandolo, and Gustavo S. LozanoWe introduce a numerical method to integrate the stochastic Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation in spherical coordinates for generic … - Dynamics of periodic mechanical structures containing bistable elastic elements: From elastic to solitary wave propagation

Author(s): Neel Nadkarni, Chiara Daraio, and Dennis M. KochmannWe investigate the nonlinear dynamics of a periodic chain of bistable elements consisting of masses connected by elastic springs whose co … - Deformation and breakup of viscoelastic droplets in confined shear flow

Author(s): A. Gupta and M. SbragagliaThe deformation and breakup of Newtonian and viscoelastic droplets are studied in confined shear flow. Our numerical approach is based on a combination of lattice- … - Nonequilibrium dynamics of a two-defect system under severe load

Author(s): Leonid S. MetlovIn the framework of a two-defect model, based on a variation of the Landau technique, the kinetics of structural defect generation in solids under severe external load is in … - Markov-chain approach to the distribution of ancestors in species of biparental reproduction

Author(s): M. Caruso and C. JarneWe studied how to obtain a distribution for the number of ancestors in species of sexual reproduction. Present models concentrate on the estimation of distributions re … - Fractional entropy decay and the third law of thermodynamics

Author(s): Chun-Yang Wang, Xue-Mei Zong, Hong Zhang, and Ming YiWe report in this paper a theoretical study on the quantum thermodynamic properties of a fractional damping system. Through the analysis … - Generalized friendship paradox in networks with tunable degree-attribute correlation

Author(s): Hang-Hyun Jo and Young-Ho EomOne of the interesting phenomena due to topological heterogeneities in complex networks is the friendship paradox: Your friends have on average more friends tha … - Inertial-range dynamics and scaling laws of two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the weak-field regime

Author(s): Luke A. K. Blackbourn and Chuong V. TranWe study inertial-range dynamics and scaling laws in unforced two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the regime of moderately small and sm … - Statistical scaling of pore-scale Lagrangian velocities in natural porous media

Author(s): M. Siena, A. Guadagnini, M. Riva, B. Bijeljic, J. P. Pereira Nunes, and M. J. BluntWe investigate the scaling behavior of sample statistics of pore-scale Lagrangian velocities in two differ … - Natural convection of a two-dimensional Boussinesq fluid does not maximize entropy production

Author(s): Stuart Bartlett and Seth BullockRayleigh-Bénard convection is a canonical example of spontaneous pattern formation in a nonequilibrium system. It has been the subject of considerable theore … - Role of target material in proton acceleration from thin foils irradiated by ultrashort laser pulses

Author(s): M. Tayyab, S. Bagchi, B. Ramakrishna, T. Mandal, A. Upadhyay, R. Ramis, J. A. Chakera, P. A. Naik, and P. D. GuptaWe report on the proton acceleration studies from thin metallic foils of va … - Diffusivity in asymmetric Yukawa ionic mixtures in dense plasmas

Author(s): Tomorr Haxhimali, Robert E. Rudd, William H. Cabot, and Frank R. GrazianiIn this paper we present molecular dynamics (MD) calculations of the interdiffusion coefficient for asymmetric mixed … - Erratum: Anisotropic diffusive transport: Connecting microscopic scattering and macroscopic transport properties [Phys. Rev. E 89, 063202 (2014)]

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Author(s): Amit Kunte, Pankaj Doshi, and Ashish V. OrpeWe show that the flow of granular material inside a two-dimensional flat bottomed hopper is altered significantly by having more than one exit or … - Canonical versus noncanonical equilibration dynamics of open quantum systems

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Author(s): Woosik Choi, Huiseung Chae, Soon-Hyung Yook, and Yup KimTo understand the dependence of phase-transition natures in explosive percolations on space dimensions, the number ncut of cutting bo … - Shear modulus of glasses: Results from the full replica-symmetry-breaking solution

Author(s): Hajime Yoshino and Francesco ZamponiWe compute the shear modulus of amorphous hard and soft spheres, using the exact solution in infinite spatial dimensions that has been developed recently … - Bayesian orientation estimate and structure information from sparse single-molecule x-ray diffraction images

Author(s): Michał Walczak and Helmut GrubmüllerWe developed a Bayesian method to extract macromolecular structure information from sparse single-molecule x-ray free-electron laser diffraction images. … - Signatures of chaos in time series generated by many-spin systems at high temperatures

Author(s): Tarek A. Elsayed, Benjamin Hess, and Boris V. FineExtracting reliable indicators of chaos from a single experimental time series is a challenging task, in particular, for systems with many … - Thermocapillary-actuated contact-line motion of immiscible binary fluids over substrates with patterned wettability in narrow confinement

Author(s): Debabrata DasGupta, Pranab Kumar Mondal, and Suman ChakrabortyWe investigate thermocapillary-driven contact-line dynamics of two immiscible fluids in a narrow fluidic confinement comprising … - Asymptotic properties of a bold random walk

Author(s): Maurizio ServaIn a recent paper we proposed a non-Markovian random walk model with memory of the maximum distance ever reached from the starting point (home). The behavior of the walker is … - Protein crowding on biomembranes: Analysis of contour instabilities

Author(s): O. V. ManyuhinaCollective behavior of proteins on biomembranes is usually studied within the spontaneous curvature model. Here we consider an alternative phenomenological approach, which ac … - Dynamical immunization strategy for seasonal epidemics

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Author(s): Xianmin Xu and Xiaoping WangWe study the macroscopic behavior of two-phase flow in porous media from a phase-field model. A dissipation law is first derived from the phase-field model by ho …