- Critical phenomena on k-booklets

Author(s): Peter GrassbergerWe define a “k-booklet” to be a set of k semi-infinite planes with −∞[Phys. Rev. E 95, 010102(R)] Published Thu Jan 19, 2017 - Stochastically gated local and occupation times of a Brownian particle

Author(s): Paul C. BressloffWe generalize the Feynman-Kac formula to analyze the local and occupation times of a Brownian particle moving in a stochastically gated one-dimensional domain. (i) The gate … - Steady-state thermodynamics for population growth in fluctuating environments

Author(s): Yuki Sughiyama and Tetsuya J. KobayashiWe report that population dynamics in fluctuating environments is characterized by a mathematically equivalent structure to steady-state thermodynamic … - Tracer counterpermeation analysis of diffusivity in finite-length nanopores with and without single-file dynamics

Author(s): David M. Ackerman and James W. EvansWe perform a tracer counterpermeation (TCP) analysis for a stochastic model of diffusive transport through a narrow linear pore where passing of species … - Measurements of the stabilities of isolated retinal chromophores

Author(s): L. Musbat, M. Nihamkin, Y. Toker, J. M. Dilger, D. R. Fuller, T. J. El-Baba, D. E. Clemmer, S. Sarkar, L. Kronik, A. Hirshfeld, N. Friedman, and M. ShevesThe barrier energies for isomerizat … - Scaling features of the tribology of polymer brushes of increasing grafting density around the mushroom-to-brush transition

Author(s): E. Mayoral, J. Klapp, and A. Gama GoicocheaNonequilibrium coarse-grained, dissipative particle dynamics simulations of complex fluids, made up of polymer brushes tethered to planar surfaces … - Charge segregation in weakly ionized microgels

Author(s): John S. Hyatt, Alison M. Douglas, Chris Stanley, Changwoo Do, Thomas H. Barker, and Alberto Fernández-NievesWe investigate microgels synthesized from N-isopropylacrylamide (NIPAM) copolymer … - Birefringence in the vicinity of the smectic-A to smectic-C phase transition: Crossover from XY critical to tricritical behavior

Author(s): Malay Kumar Das, Susanta Chakraborty, Roman Dabrowski, and Michał CzerwińskiHigh-resolution birefringence (Δn) measurements are carried out to probe the critical behavior at the smectic-A–s … - Spontaneous generation of temperature anisotropy in a strongly coupled magnetized plasma

Author(s): T. Ott, M. Bonitz, P. Hartmann, and Z. DonkóA magnetic field was recently shown to enhance field-parallel heat conduction in a strongly correlated plasma whereas cross-field conduction is r … - Stochastic boundary approaches to many-particle systems coupled to a particle reservoir

Author(s): Tooru Taniguchi and Shin-ichi SawadaStochastic boundary conditions for interactions with a particle reservoir are discussed in many-particle systems. We introduce the boundary conditions wi … - Supersymmetric spin chains with nonmonotonic dispersion relation: Criticality and entanglement entropy

Author(s): José A. Carrasco, Federico Finkel, Artemio González-López, and Miguel A. RodríguezWe study the critical behavior and the ground-state entanglement of a large class of su(1|1) supersymmetric … - Fundamental difference between superblockers and superspreaders in networks

Author(s): Filippo Radicchi and Claudio CastellanoTwo important problems regarding spreading phenomena in complex topologies are the optimal selection of node sets either to minimize or maximize the e … - Transverse vibration of nematic elastomer Timoshenko beams

Author(s): Dong Zhao, Ying Liu, and Chuang LiuBeing a rubber-like liquid crystalline elastomer, a nematic elastomer (NE) is anisotropic viscoelastic, and displays dynamic soft elasticity. In this pape … - Channelization in porous media driven by erosion and deposition

Author(s): R. Jäger, M. Mendoza, and H. J. HerrmannWe develop and validate a new model to study simultaneous erosion and deposition in three-dimensional porous media. We study the changes of the porou … - Publisher's Note: Regularity criterion for solutions of the three-dimensional Cahn-Hilliard-Navier-Stokes equations and associated computations [Phys. Rev. E 94, 063103 (2016)]

Author(s): John D. Gibbon, Nairita Pal, Anupam Gupta, and Rahul Pandit[Phys. Rev. E 95, 019902] Published Wed Jan 18, 2017 - Nonvariational mechanism of front propagation: Theory and experiments

Author(s): A. J. Alvarez-Socorro, M. G. Clerc, G. González-Cortés, and M. WilsonMultistable systems exhibit a rich front dynamics between equilibria. In one-dimensional scalar gradient systems, the sp … - Ferromagnetic model on the Apollonian packing

Author(s): Rafael S. Oliveira and Roberto F. S. AndradeThis work investigates the influence of geometrical features of the Apollonian packing (AP) on the behavior of magnetic models. The proposed mode … - Stochastic Liouville equation for particles driven by dichotomous environmental noise

Author(s): Paul C. BressloffWe analyze the stochastic dynamics of a large population of noninteracting particles driven by a global environmental input in the form of a dichotomous Markov noise proces … - Physics of negative absolute temperatures

Author(s): Eitan Abraham and Oliver PenroseNegative absolute temperatures were introduced into experimental physics by Purcell and Pound, who successfully applied this concept to nuclear spins; nevert … - Radiative heat transfer as a Landauer-Büttiker problem

Author(s): Han Hoe Yap and Jian-Sheng WangWe study the radiative heat transfer between two semi-infinite half-spaces, bounded by conductive surfaces in contact with vacuum. This setup is interpreted a … - Next-to-leading-order corrections to capacity for a nondispersive nonlinear optical fiber channel in the intermediate power region

Author(s): A. A. Panarin, A. V. Reznichenko, and I. S. TerekhovWe consider the optical fiber channel modeled by the nonlinear Schrödinger equation with zero dispersion and additive Gaussian noise. Usi … - Subtle escaping modes and subset of patterns from a nonhyperbolic chaotic attractor

Author(s): Zhen Chen and Xianbin LiuNoise-induced escape from the domain of attraction of a nonhyperbolic chaotic attractor in a periodically excited nonlinear oscillator is further investigated. Devi … - Analysis of the classical phase space and energy transfer for two rotating dipoles with and without external electric field

Author(s): Rosario González-Férez, Manuel Iñarrea, J. Pablo Salas, and Peter SchmelcherWe explore the classical dynamics of two interacting rotating dipoles that are fixed in the space and exposed to … - Clustering determines the dynamics of complex contagions in multiplex networks

Author(s): Yong Zhuang, Alex Arenas, and Osman YağanWe present the mathematical analysis of generalized complex contagions in a class of clustered multiplex networks. The model is intended to understa … - Effective distances for epidemics spreading on complex networks

Author(s): Flavio Iannelli, Andreas Koher, Dirk Brockmann, Philipp Hövel, and Igor M. SokolovWe show that the recently introduced logarithmic metrics used to predict disease arrival times on complex n … - Exotic phase transitions of k-cores in clustered networks

Author(s): Uttam Bhat, Munik Shrestha, and Laurent Hébert-DufresneThe giant k-core—maximal connected subgraph of a network where each node has at least k neighbors—is important in the study of phase t … - Robustness and fragility in coupled oscillator networks under targeted attacks

Author(s): Tianyu Yuan, Kazuyuki Aihara, and Gouhei TanakaThe dynamical tolerance of coupled oscillator networks against local failures is studied. As the fraction of failed oscillator nodes gradually … - Network clustering and community detection using modulus of families of loops

Author(s): Heman Shakeri, Pietro Poggi-Corradini, Nathan Albin, and Caterina ScoglioWe study the structure of loops in networks using the notion of modulus of loop families. We introduce an alternate … - Nonparametric Bayesian inference of the microcanonical stochastic block model

Author(s): Tiago P. PeixotoA principled approach to characterize the hidden modular structure of networks is to formulate generative models and then infer their parameters from data. When the desired … - Dynamic model for kinesin-mediated long-range transport and its local traffic jam caused by tau proteins

Author(s): Woochul Nam and Bogdan I. EpureanuIn neurons, several intracellular cargoes are transported by motor proteins (kinesins) which walk on microtubules (MTs). However, kinesins can possibly unb … - Collective transport for active matter run-and-tumble disk systems on a traveling-wave substrate

Author(s): Cs. Sándor, A. Libál, C. Reichhardt, and C. J. Olson ReichhardtWe examine numerically the transport of an assembly of active run-and-tumble disks interacting with a traveling-wave substrate … - Effect of curvature on cholesteric liquid crystals in toroidal geometries

Author(s): Ana R. Fialho, Nelson R. Bernardino, Nuno M. Silvestre, and Margarida M. Telo da GamaThe confinement of liquid crystals inside curved geometries leads to exotic structures, with application … - Mechanical stability of particle-stabilized droplets under micropipette aspiration

Author(s): Niveditha Samudrala, Jin Nam, Raphaël Sarfati, Robert W. Style, and Eric R. DufresneWe investigate the mechanical behavior of particle-stabilized droplets using micropipette aspiration. We … - Impact of diffusion on surface clustering in random hydrodynamic flows

Author(s): V. I. Klyatskin and K. V. KoshelBuoyant material clustering in a stochastic flow, which is homogeneous and isotropic in space and stationary in time, is addressed. The dynamics of buoyant m … - Radiative transfer dynamo effect

Author(s): Vadim R. Munirov and Nathaniel J. FischMagnetic fields in rotating and radiating astrophysical plasma can be produced due to a radiative interaction between plasma layers moving relative to … - Effective potential theory for diffusion in binary ionic mixtures

Author(s): Nathaniel R. Shaffer, Scott D. Baalrud, and Jérôme DaligaultSelf-diffusion and interdiffusion coefficients of binary ionic mixtures are evaluated using the effective potential theory (EPT), … - Coupling between ion-acoustic waves and neutrino oscillations

Author(s): Fernando Haas, Kellen Alves Pascoal, and José Tito MendonçaThe work investigates the coupling between ion-acoustic waves and neutrino flavor oscillations in a nonrelativistic electron-ion p … - Stimulated Raman scattering in the relativistic regime in near-critical plasmas

Author(s): J. G. Moreau, E. d'Humières, R. Nuter, and V. T. TikhonchukInteraction of a high-intensity short laser pulse with near-critical plasmas allows us to achieve extremely high coupling eff … - Mori-Zwanzig theory for dissipative forces in coarse-grained dynamics in the Markov limit

Author(s): Sergei IzvekovWe derive alternative Markov approximations for the projected (stochastic) force and memory function in the coarse-grained (CG) generalized Langevin equation, which describes … - Prediction of the moments in advection-diffusion lattice Boltzmann method. I. Truncation dispersion, skewness, and kurtosis

Author(s): Irina GinzburgThe effect of the heterogeneity in the soil structure or the nonuniformity of the velocity field on the modeled resident time distribution (RTD) and breakthrough curves is qua … - Prediction of the moments in advection-diffusion lattice Boltzmann method. II. Attenuation of the boundary layers via double-Λ bounce-back flux scheme

Author(s): Irina GinzburgImpact of the unphysical tangential advective-diffusion constraint of the bounce-back (BB) reflection on the impermeable solid surface is examined for the first four moments o … - Pulse-noise approach for classical spin systems

Author(s): D. A. GaraninFor systems of classical spins interacting with the bath via damping and thermal noise, an approach is suggested to replace the white noise by a pulse noise acting at regular t … - Simple diffusion hopping model with convection

Author(s): Barry W. Fitzgerald, Johan T. Padding, and Rutger van SantenWe present results from a new variant of a diffusion hopping model, the convective diffusive lattice model, to describe the behav … - Inferring hidden states in Langevin dynamics on large networks: Average case performance

Author(s): B. Bravi, M. Opper, and P. SollichWe present average performance results for dynamical inference problems in large networks, where a set of nodes is hidden while the time trajectories of th … - Stable parity-time-symmetric nonlinear modes and excitations in a derivative nonlinear Schrödinger equation

Author(s): Yong Chen and Zhenya YanThe effect of derivative nonlinearity and parity-time-symmetric (PT-symmetric) potentials on the wave propagation dynamics is explored in the derivative nonlinear Sc … - Interaction, coalescence, and collapse of localized patterns in a quasi-one-dimensional system of interacting particles

Author(s): Tommy Dessup, Christophe Coste, and Michel Saint JeanWe study the path toward equilibrium of pairs of solitary wave envelopes (bubbles) that modulate a regular zigzag pattern in an annular … - Optimizing synchronization stability of the Kuramoto model in complex networks and power grids

Author(s): Bo Li and K. Y. Michael WongMaintaining the stability of synchronization state is crucial for the functioning of many natural and artificial systems. In this study, we develop methods to op … - Persistent homology analysis of craze formation

Author(s): Takashi Ichinomiya, Ippei Obayashi, and Yasuaki HiraokaWe apply a persistent homology analysis to investigate the behavior of nanovoids during the crazing process of glassy polymers. We car … - Experimental observation of oscillatory cellular patterns in three-dimensional directional solidification

Author(s): J. Pereda, F. L. Mota, L. Chen, B. Billia, D. Tourret, Y. Song, J.-M. Debierre, R. Guérin, A. Karma, R. Trivedi, and N. BergeonWe present a detailed analysis of oscillatory modes during thr … - Adsorption-induced shape transitions in bistable nanopores with atomically thin walls

Author(s): Oleg E. Shklyaev, Milton W. Cole, and Vincent H. CrespiAtomically thin cylindrical nanopores can change shape in response to physically adsorbed gas inside. Coupled to a gas reservoir, an i … - Beyond Flory theory: Distribution functions for interacting lattice trees

Author(s): Angelo Rosa and Ralf EveraersThe authors establish a framework for calculating distribution functions for quantities characterizing conformation and connectivity of randomly branched and in … - Percolation of binary disk systems: Modeling and theory

Author(s): Kelsey Meeks, John Tencer, and Michelle L. PantoyaThe dispersion and connectivity of particles with a high degree of polydispersity is relevant to problems involving composite material prop … - Quantum Kramers model: Corrections to the linear response theory for continuous bath spectrum

Author(s): Ilya RipsDecay of the metastable state is analyzed within the quantum Kramers model in the weak-to-intermediate dissipation regime. The decay kinetics in this regime is determined by energy … - Aging underdamped scaled Brownian motion: Ensemble- and time-averaged particle displacements, nonergodicity, and the failure of the overdamping approximation

Author(s): Hadiseh Safdari, Andrey G. Cherstvy, Aleksei V. Chechkin, Anna Bodrova, and Ralf MetzlerWe investigate both analytically and by computer simulations the ensemble- and time-averaged, nonergo … - Diffusion of a Rouse chain in porous media: A mode-coupling-theory study

Author(s): Huai Ding, Huijun Jiang, Nanrong Zhao, and Zhonghuai HouWe use a kinetic mode-coupling theory (MCT) combining with generalized Langevin equation (GLE) to study the diffusion and conformatio … - Effect of similarity between patterns in associative memory

Author(s): Sheng-Jun Wang and Zhou YangWe study the stability of patterns in Hopfield networks in which a part of memorized patterns are similar. The similarity between patterns impacts the stability … - Approximate-master-equation approach for the Kinouchi-Copelli neural model on networks

Author(s): Chong-Yang Wang, Zhi-Xi Wu, and Michael Z. Q. ChenIn this work, we use the approximate-master-equation approach to study the dynamics of the Kinouchi-Copelli neural model on various network … - Mechanisms of jamming in the Nagel-Schreckenberg model for traffic flow

Author(s): Henrik M. Bette, Lars Habel, Thorsten Emig, and Michael SchreckenbergWe study the Nagel-Schreckenberg cellular automata model for traffic flow by both simulations and analytical techniques. … - Key-lock colloids in a nematic liquid crystal

Author(s): Nuno M. Silvestre and M. TasinkevychThe Landau–de Gennes free energy is used to study theoretically the effective interaction of spherical “key” and anisotropic “lock” colloidal particles. … - Inertia and universality of avalanche statistics: The case of slowly deformed amorphous solids

Author(s): Kamran Karimi, Ezequiel E. Ferrero, and Jean-Louis BarratBy means of a finite elements technique we solve numerically the dynamics of an amorphous solid under deformation in the quasistatic … - Double inverse stochastic resonance with dynamic synapses

Author(s): Muhammet Uzuntarla, Joaquin J. Torres, Paul So, Mahmut Ozer, and Ernest BarretoWe investigate the behavior of a model neuron that receives a biophysically realistic noisy postsynaptic curre … - Geometry and design of origami bellows with tunable response

Author(s): Austin Reid, Frederic Lechenault, Sergio Rica, and Mokhtar Adda-BediaThis analytical and experimental study should be useful in designing deployable origami bellows for a variety of applica … - Richtmyer-Meshkov instability of a flat interface subjected to a rippled shock wave

Author(s): Liyong Zou, Jinhong Liu, Shenfei Liao, Xianxu Zheng, Zhigang Zhai, and Xisheng LuoThe Richtmyer-Meshkov (RM) instability of a nominally flat interface (N_{2}/SF_{6}) subjected to a rippled … - Hydrodynamic mobility of a solid particle near a spherical elastic membrane: Axisymmetric motion

Author(s): Abdallah Daddi-Moussa-Ider and Stephan GekleWe use the image solution technique to compute the leading order frequency-dependent self-mobility function of a small solid particle moving perp … - Ising spin glasses in dimension five

Author(s): P. H. Lundow and I. A. CampbellIsing spin-glass models with bimodal, Gaussian, uniform, and Laplacian interaction distributions in dimension five are studied through detailed numerical simu … - Escape rate of active particles in the effective equilibrium approach

Author(s): A. Sharma, R. Wittmann, and J. M. BraderThe escape rate of a Brownian particle over a potential barrier is accurately described by the Kramers theory. A quantitative theory explicitly takin … - Effects of hydrodynamic interactions on rectified transport of self-propelled particles

Author(s): Bao-quan Ai, Ya-feng He, and Wei-rong ZhongDirected transport of self-propelled particles is numerically investigated in a three-dimensional asymmetric potential. Beside the steric repulsiv … - Expansion of cooperatively growing populations: Optimal migration rates and habitat network structures

Author(s): Kai-Cheng Yang, Zhi-Xi Wu, Petter Holme, and Etsuko NonakaRange expansion of species is driven by the interactions among individual- and population-level processes and the spatial pattern o … - Pair approximation for the q-voter model with independence on complex networks

Author(s): Arkadiusz JędrzejewskiWe investigate the q-voter model with stochastic noise arising from independence on complex networks. Using the pair approximation, we provide a comprehensive, mathema … - Synchronization and long-time memory in neural networks with inhibitory hubs and synaptic plasticity

Author(s): Elena Bertolotti, Raffaella Burioni, Matteo di Volo, and Alessandro VezzaniWe investigate the dynamical role of inhibitory and highly connected nodes (hub) in synchronization and input proc … - Impact of lipid rafts on the T-cell-receptor and peptide-major-histocompatibility-complex interactions under different measurement conditions

Author(s): Long Li, Guang-Kui Xu, and Fan SongThe interactions between T-cell receptor (TCR) and peptide-major-histocompatibility complex (pMHC), which enable T-cell development and initiate adaptive … - Formation of limit-periodic structures by quadrupole particles confined to a triangular lattice

Author(s): David M. Rutkowski, Catherine Marcoux, Joshua E. S. Socolar, and Carol K. HallWe have performed Monte Carlo (MC) simulations on two-dimensional systems of quadrupole particles confined to a … - Effect of friction on dense suspension flows of hard particles

Author(s): M. Trulsson, E. DeGiuli, and M. WyartWe use numerical simulations to study the effect of particle friction on suspension flows of non-Brownian hard particles. By systematically varying the … - Thermostability analysis of line-tension-associated nucleation at a gas-liquid interface

Author(s): Sanat Kumar Singha, Prasanta Kumar Das, and Biswajit MaitiThe influence of line tension on the thermostability of a droplet nucleated from an oversaturated vapor at the interface of the vap … - Band instability in near-critical fluids subjected to vibration under weightlessness

Author(s): T. Lyubimova, A. Ivantsov, Y. Garrabos, C. Lecoutre, G. Gandikota, and D. BeysensPeriodical patterns (bands) developing at the interface of two immiscible fluids under vibration parallel to … - Impact dynamics of particle-coated droplets

Author(s): T. Supakar, A. Kumar, and J. O. MarstonWe present findings from an experimental study of the impact of liquid marbles onto solid surfaces. Using dual-view high-speed imaging, we reveal deta … - Nonequilibrium temperature measurement in a thermal conduction process

Author(s): Puneet Kumar Patra and Romesh C. BatraWe identify the temperature being measured by a thermometer in a nonequilibrium scenario by studying heat conduction in a three-dimensional Lennard-Jon … - First-order transition in a percolation model with nucleation and preferential growth

Author(s): Bappaditya Roy and S. B. SantraThe spanning cluster properties of a percolation model with nucleation and preferential growth exhibit first-order transitions depending on the values of the … - Thermodynamic framework for the ground state of a simple quantum system

Author(s): Andre M. C. Souza and Fernando D. NobreThe ground state of a two-level system (associated with probabilities p and 1−p, respectively) defined by a general Hamiltonian H[over ̂]=H[over ̂]_{0 … - Nonequilibrium steady states in a closed inhomogeneous asymmetric exclusion process with generic particle nonconservation

Author(s): Bijoy Daga, Souvik Mondal, Anjan Kumar Chandra, Tirthankar Banerjee, and Abhik BasuWe study the totally asymmetric exclusion process (TASEP) on a nonuniform one-dimensional ring consisting … - Sign changes as a universal concept in first-passage-time calculations

Author(s): Wilhelm Braun and Rüdiger ThulFirst-passage-time problems are ubiquitous across many fields of study, including transport processes in semiconductors and biological synapses, evolutionary g … - Detectability thresholds of general modular graphs

Author(s): Tatsuro Kawamoto and Yoshiyuki KabashimaWe investigate the detectability thresholds of various modular structures in the stochastic block model. Our analysis reveals how the detectability t … - Conducting-insulating transition in adiabatic memristive networks

Author(s): Forrest C. Sheldon and Massimiliano Di VentraThe development of neuromorphic systems based on memristive elements—resistors with memory—requires a fundamental understanding of their collect … - Nonequilibrium Markov state modeling of the globule-stretch transition

Author(s): Fabian Knoch and Thomas SpeckWe describe a systematic approach to construct coarse-grained Markov state models from molecular dynamics data of systems driven into a nonequilibrium steady st … - Dynamic shear jamming in dense granular suspensions under extension

Author(s): Sayantan Majumdar, Ivo R. Peters, Endao Han, and Heinrich M. JaegerUnlike dry granular materials, a dense granular suspension like cornstarch in water can strongly resist extensional flows. … - Reynolds number effects on the single-mode Richtmyer-Meshkov instability

Author(s): B. Walchli and B. ThornberThe Reynolds number effects on the nonlinear growth rates of the Richtmyer-Meshkov instability are investigated using two-dimensional numerical simulations. A decr … - Self-confined particle pairs in complex plasmas

Author(s): I. I. Lisina, E. A. Lisin, O. S. Vaulina, and O. F. PetrovThe liquid-crystal type of phase transition in complex plasmas has been observed repeatedly. However, more studies need to be done … - Mixing with applications to inertial-confinement-fusion implosions

Author(s): V. Rana, H. Lim, J. Melvin, J. Glimm, B. Cheng, and D. H. SharpApproximate one-dimensional (1D) as well as 2D and 3D simulations are playing an important supporting role in the design and a … - Microfield dynamics in dense hydrogen plasmas with high-Z impurities

Author(s): Stefan P. Hau-Riege and Jon WeisheitWe use large-scale classical molecular dynamics to determine microfield properties for several dense plasma mixtures. By employing quantum statistical po … - Universal time-dependent dispersion properties for diffusion in a one-dimensional critically tilted potential

Author(s): T. Guérin and D. S. DeanWe consider the time-dependent dispersion properties of overdamped tracer particles diffusing in a one-dimensional periodic potential under the influence of an addit … - Driven tracers in narrow channels

Author(s): J. Cividini, D. Mukamel, and H. A. PoschSteady-state properties of a driven tracer moving in a narrow two-dimensional (2D) channel of quiescent medium are studied. The tracer drives the sys … - Collective dynamics of time-delay-coupled phase oscillators in a frustrated geometry

Author(s): Bhumika Thakur, Devendra Sharma, Abhijit Sen, and George L. JohnstonWe study the effect of time delay on the dynamics of a system of repulsively coupled nonlinear oscillators that are confi … - Neutral aggregation in finite-length genotype space

Author(s): Bahram HouchmandzadehThe advent of modern genome sequencing techniques allows for a more stringent test of the neutrality hypothesis of Darwinian evolution, where all individuals have the s … - Efficient simulation of semiflexible polymers with stiff bonds

Author(s): Gerard T. Barkema and J. M. J. van LeeuwenWe investigate the simulation of stiff (extensible) and rigid (inextensible) semiflexible polymers in solution. In particular, we focus on polymers … - Applicability of the Fokker-Planck equation to the description of diffusion effects on nucleation

Author(s): M. V. Sorokin, V. I. Dubinko, and V. A. BorodinThe nucleation of islands in a supersaturated solution of surface adatoms is considered taking into account the possibility of diffusion profi … - Reconstructing links in directed networks from noisy dynamics

Author(s): Emily S. C. Ching and H. C. TamWe address the long-standing challenge of how to reconstruct links in directed networks from measurements, and present a general method that makes use of a no … - Merits and qualms of work fluctuations in classical fluctuation theorems

Author(s): Jiawen Deng, Alvis Mazon Tan, Peter Hänggi, and Jiangbin GongWork is one of the most basic notions in statistical mechanics, with work fluctuation theorems being one central topic in nanosc … - Frequency regulators for the nonperturbative renormalization group: A general study and the model A as a benchmark

Author(s): Charlie Duclut and Bertrand DelamotteWe derive the necessary conditions for implementing a regulator that depends on both momentum and frequency in the nonperturbative renormalization-group … - Density of states and dynamical crossover in a dense fluid revealed by exponential mode analysis of the velocity autocorrelation function

Author(s): S. Bellissima, M. Neumann, E. Guarini, U. Bafile, and F. BarocchiExtending a preceding study of the velocity autocorrelation function (VAF) in a simulated Lennard-Jones fluid [Phys. Rev. E … - Crawling and turning in a minimal reaction-diffusion cell motility model: Coupling cell shape and biochemistry

Author(s): Brian A. Camley, Yanxiang Zhao, Bo Li, Herbert Levine, and Wouter-Jan RappelThis paper presents a model to describe the crawling of cells based on the cell shape, which is determined by the …