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Author(s): Humberto HíjarWe study the Brownian motion of a particle bound by a harmonic potential and immersed in a fluid with a uniform shear flow. We describe this problem first in terms of a linear … - Leaf-excluded percolation in two and three dimensions

Author(s): Zongzheng Zhou, Xiao Xu, Timothy M. Garoni, and Youjin DengWe introduce the leaf-excluded percolation model, which corresponds to independent bond percolation conditioned on the absence of … - Anisotropy of the electro-optic Kerr effect in polymer-stabilized blue phases

Author(s): Yuto Kawata, Hiroyuki Yoshida, Shu Tanaka, Anucha Konkanok, Masanori Ozaki, and Hirotsugu KikuchiLiquid crystalline polymer stabilized blue phases (PSBPs) are candidate materials for next g … - Atomistic study of macroscopic analogs to short-chain molecules

Author(s): Kyle J. Welch, Clayton S. G. Kilmer, and Eric I. CorwinWe use a bath of chaotic surface waves in water to mechanically and macroscopically mimic the thermal behavior of a short articulated … - Statistics of a neuron model driven by asymmetric colored noise

Author(s): Finn Müller-Hansen, Felix Droste, and Benjamin LindnerThe authors study the influence of correlations and asymmetry of dichotomous noise on the output of a simple integrate-and-fire neuron … - Modeling the electrical conduction in DNA nanowires: Charge transfer and lattice fluctuation theories

Author(s): S. Behnia and S. FathizadehAn analytical approach is proposed for the investigation of the conductivity properties of DNA. The charge mobility of DNA is studied based on an extended Peyrard … - Polarization of cells and soft objects driven by mechanical interactions: Consequences for migration and chemotaxis

Author(s): M. Leoni and P. SensWe study a generic model for the polarization and motility of self-propelled soft objects, biological cells, or biomimetic systems, interacting with a viscous substrate. … - Influence of organelle geometry on the apparent binding kinetics of peripheral membrane proteins

Author(s): Julia Hoffmann, Rolf Fickentscher, and Matthias WeissInformation processing in living cells frequently involves an exchange of peripheral membrane proteins between the cytosol and organelle … - Explosive synchronization with partial degree-frequency correlation

Author(s): Rafael S. Pinto and Alberto SaaNetworks of Kuramoto oscillators with a positive correlation between the oscillators frequencies and the degree of their corresponding vertices exhibit so-cal … - Dynamics and properties of waves in a modified Noguchi electrical transmission line

Author(s): F. B. Pelap, J. H. Kamga, S. B. Yamgoue, S. M. Ngounou, and J. E. NdecfoWe consider a modified Noguchi electrical transmission line and examine the effects of a linear capacitance Cs on the … - Analyzing long-term correlated stochastic processes by means of recurrence networks: Potentials and pitfalls

Author(s): Yong Zou, Reik V. Donner, and Jürgen KurthsLong-range correlated processes are ubiquitous, ranging from climate variables to financial time series. One paradigmatic example for such process … - Dynamics of intracranial electroencephalographic recordings from epilepsy patients using univariate and bivariate recurrence networks

Author(s): Narayan Puthanmadam Subramaniyam and Jari HyttinenRecently Andrezejak et al. combined the randomness and nonlinear independence test with iterative amplitude adjusted Fourier transform (iAA … - Stochastic mean-field formulation of the dynamics of diluted neural networks

Author(s): D. Angulo-Garcia and A. TorciniWe consider pulse-coupled leaky integrate-and-fire neural networks with randomly distributed synaptic couplings. This random dilution induces fluctuations in … - Decoupling translational and rotational effects on the phase synchronization of rotating helices

Author(s): Jonathan H. Tu, Murat Arcak, and Michel M. MaharbizThe locomotion of swimming microorganisms often relies on synchronized motions; examples include the bundling of flagella and metachronal … - Low-to-moderate Reynolds number swirling flow in an annular channel with a rotating end wall

Author(s): Laurent Davoust, Jean-Luc Achard, and Laurent DrazekThis paper presents a new method for solving analytically the axisymmetric swirling flow generated in a finite annular channel from a rot … - Azimuthal field instability in a confined ferrofluid

Author(s): Eduardo O. Dias and José A. MirandaWe report the development of interfacial ferrohydrodynamic instabilities when an initially circular bubble of a nonmagnetic inviscid fluid is surrounded b … - Bidirectional energy cascade in surface capillary waves

Author(s): L. V. Abdurakhimov, M. Arefin, G. V. Kolmakov, A. A. Levchenko, Yu. V. Lvov, and I. A. RemizovBased on an experiment and simulations, we report that an energy cascade in surface capillary w … - Publisher's Note: Generalization of Darcy's law for Bingham fluids in porous media: From flow-field statistics to the flow-rate regimes [Phys. Rev. E 91, 023011 (2015)]

Author(s): Thibaud Chevalier and Laurent Talon[Phys. Rev. E 91, 029905] Published Fri Feb 27, 2015 - Publisher's Note: Binding polynomial in molecular self-assembly [Phys. Rev. E 89, 062138 (2014)]

Author(s): Andrew A. Mosunov, Kristina A. Rybakova, Olga V. Rogova, and Maxim P. Evstigneev[Phys. Rev. E 91, 029906] Published Fri Feb 27, 2015 - Gene regulation and noise reduction by coupling of stochastic processes

Author(s): Alexandre F. Ramos, José Eduardo M. Hornos, and John ReinitzHere we characterize the low-noise regime of a stochastic model for a negative self-regulating binary gene. The model has two sto … - Pair dispersion of turbulent premixed flame elements

Author(s): Swetaprovo ChaudhuriFlame particles are mathematical points comoving with a reacting isoscalar surface in a premixed flame. In this Rapid Communication, we investigate mean square pair sepa … - Phase diagram of fluid phases in ^{3}He-^{4}He mixtures

Author(s): N. Farahmand Bafi, A. Maciołek, and S. DietrichFluid parts of the phase diagram of 3He-4He mixtures are obtained from a mean-field analysis of a suitable lattice gas model for binary liquid … - Statistics of conserved quantities in mechanically stable packings of frictionless disks above jamming

Author(s): Yegang Wu and S. TeitelWe numerically simulate mechanically stable packings of soft-core, frictionless, bidisperse disks in two dimensions, above the jamming packing fraction ϕJ. For config … - Formation and liquid permeability of dense colloidal cube packings

Author(s): Sonja I. R. Castillo, Dominique M. E. Thies-Weesie, and Albert P. PhilipseThe liquid permeability of dense random packings of cubic colloids with rounded corners is studied for solid hemati … - Quantum effects in the dynamics of deeply supercooled water

Author(s): A. L. Agapov, A. I. Kolesnikov, V. N. Novikov, R. Richert, and A. P. SokolovDespite its simple chemical structure, water remains one of the most puzzling liquids with many anomalies at low … - Transport and diffusion properties of interacting colloidal particles in two-dimensional microchannels with a periodic potential

Author(s): Ullrich Siems and Peter NielabaWe report a Brownian dynamics simulation study of a two-dimensional system of repulsive colloidal particles in a channel geometry with a sinusoidal substrate … - Chimera states in time-varying complex networks

Author(s): Arturo Buscarino, Mattia Frasca, Lucia Valentina Gambuzza, and Philipp HövelChimera states have been recently found in a variety of different coupling schemes and geometries. In most cases, … - Delay-induced remote synchronization in bipartite networks of phase oscillators

Author(s): Nirmal Punetha, Sangeeta Rani Ujjwal, Fatihcan M. Atay, and Ramakrishna RamaswamyWe study a system of mismatched oscillators on a bipartite topology with time-delay coupling, and analyze th … - Coarsening of stripe patterns: Variations with quench depth and scaling

Author(s): Ashwani K. Tripathi and Deepak KumarThe coarsening of stripe patterns when the system is evolved from random initial states is studied by varying the quench depth ε, which is a measure of d … - Localized vegetation patterns, fairy circles, and localized patches in arid landscapes

Author(s): D. Escaff, C. Fernandez-Oto, M. G. Clerc, and M. TlidiWe investigate the formation of localized structures with varying widths in one- and two-dimensional systems. The mechanism of stabiliz … - Erratum: Efficiency of harvesting energy from colored noise by linear oscillators [Phys. Rev. E 88, 022124 (2013)]

Author(s): Adrià Salvador Palau, Vicenç Méndez, Daniel Campos, and Werner Horsthemke[Phys. Rev. E 91, 029904] Published Thu Feb 26, 2015 - High-density carbon capsule experiments on the national ignition facility

Author(s): J. S. Ross, D. Ho, J. Milovich, T. Döppner, J. McNaney, A. G. MacPhee, A. Hamza, J. Biener, H. F. Robey, E. L. Dewald, R. Tommasini, L. Divol, S. Le Pape, L. Berzak Hopkins, P. M. Celliers, … - Constitutive relation for nonlinear response and universality of efficiency at maximum power for tight-coupling heat engines

Author(s): Shiqi Sheng and Z. C. TuWe present a unified perspective on nonequilibrium heat engines by generalizing nonlinear irreversible thermodynamics. For tight-coupling heat engines, a generic con … - Nonextensive thermodynamic functions in the Schrödinger-Gibbs ensemble

Author(s): J. L. Alonso, A. Castro, J. Clemente-Gallardo, J. C. Cuchí, P. Echenique, J. G. Esteve, and F. FalcetoSchrödinger suggested that thermodynamical functions cannot be based on the gratuitous … - Detachment, futile cycling, and nucleotide pocket collapse in myosin-V stepping

Author(s): Neville J. Boon and Rebecca B. HoyleMyosin-V is a highly processive dimeric protein that walks with 36-nm steps along actin tracks, powered by coordinated adenosine triphosphate (ATP) hydro … - Characterization of the chaos-hyperchaos transition based on return times

Author(s): A. N. Pavlov, O. N. Pavlova, Y. K. Mohammad, and J. KurthsWe discuss the problem of the detection of hyperchaotic oscillations in coupled nonlinear systems when the available information ab … - Practical expressions for the internal energy and pressure of Yukawa fluids

Author(s): Sergey A. Khrapak and Hubertus M. ThomasSimple practical expressions that allow estimation of thermodynamic properties of Yukawa fluids in a wide range of coupling, up to the fluid-solid ph … - Vigorous thermal excitations in a double-tetrahedral chain of localized Ising spins and mobile electrons mimic a temperature-driven first-order phase transition

Author(s): Lucia Gálisová and Jozef StrečkaA hybrid spin-electron system defined on a one-dimensional double-tetrahedral chain, in which the localized Ising spin regularly alternates with two mobile e … - Consistent thermodynamic framework for interacting particles by neglecting thermal noise

Author(s): Fernando D. Nobre, Evaldo M. F. Curado, Andre M. C. Souza, and Roberto F. S. AndradeAn effective temperature θ, conjugated to a generalized entropy sq, was introduced recently for a system … - Rotational dynamics of simple asymmetric molecules

Author(s): D. Fragiadakis and C. M. RolandMolecular dynamic simulations were carried out on rigid diatomic molecules, which exhibit both α (structural) and β (secondary) dynamics. The relaxation scena … - Photoactivated biological processes as quantum measurements

Author(s): A. Imamoglu and K. B. WhaleyA new formalism determines whether quantum-mechanical effects are necessary for photoactivated biological processes to occur. [Phys. Rev. E 91, 022714] Published … - Charge regulation in ionic solutions: Thermal fluctuations and Kirkwood-Schumaker interactions

Author(s): Nataša Adžić and Rudolf PodgornikWe study the behavior of two macroions with dissociable charge groups, regulated by local variables such as pH and electrostatic potential, immersed in a mo … - Influence of ibuprofen on phospholipid membranes

Author(s): Sebastian Jaksch, Frederik Lipfert, Alexandros Koutsioubas, Stefan Mattauch, Olaf Holderer, Oxana Ivanova, Henrich Frielinghaus, Samira Hertrich, Stefan F. Fischer, and Bert NickelA basic u … - Critical noise of majority-vote model on complex networks

Author(s): Hanshuang Chen, Chuansheng Shen, Gang He, Haifeng Zhang, and Zhonghuai HouThe majority-vote model with noise is one of the simplest nonequilibrium statistical model that has been extensivel … - Breather solutions of the integrable quintic nonlinear Schrödinger equation and their interactions

Author(s): A. Chowdury, D. J. Kedziora, A. Ankiewicz, and N. AkhmedievWe present breather solutions of the quintic integrable equation of the Schrödinger hierarchy. This equation has terms describing … - Emergent hybrid synchronization in coupled chaotic systems

Author(s): E. Padmanaban, Stefano Boccaletti, and S. K. DanaWe evidence an interesting kind of hybrid synchronization in coupled chaotic systems where complete synchronization is restricted to only a … - Resonant and antiresonant bouncing droplets

Author(s): M. Hubert, D. Robert, H. Caps, S. Dorbolo, and N. VandewalleWhen placed onto a vibrating liquid bath, a droplet may adopt a permanent bouncing behavior, depending on both the forcing freque … - Equations of state, transport properties, and compositions of argon plasma: Combination of self-consistent fluid variation theory and linear response theory

Author(s): W. L. Quan, Q. F. Chen, Z. J. Fu, X. W. Sun, J. Zheng, and Y. J. GuA consistent theoretical model that can be applied in a wide range of densities and temperatures is necessary for understa … - Self-generated magnetic dipoles in weakly magnetized beam-plasma system

Author(s): Qing Jia, Kunioki Mima, Hong-bo Cai, Toshihiro Taguchi, Hideo Nagatomo, and X. T. HeA self-generation mechanism of magnetic dipoles and the anomalous energy dissipation of fast electrons in … - Bilinearization of the generalized coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equation with variable coefficients and gain and dark-bright pair soliton solutions

Author(s): Sushmita Chakraborty, Sudipta Nandy, and Abhijit BarthakurWe investigate coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations (NLSEs) with variable coefficients and gain. The coupled NLSE is a model equ … - Fluctuating multicomponent lattice Boltzmann model

Author(s): D. Belardinelli, M. Sbragaglia, L. Biferale, M. Gross, and F. VarnikCurrent implementations of fluctuating lattice Boltzmann equations (FLBEs) describe single component fluids. In this pape … - Reservoir computing with a single time-delay autonomous Boolean node

Author(s): Nicholas D. Haynes, Miguel C. Soriano, David P. Rosin, Ingo Fischer, and Daniel J. GauthierWe demonstrate reservoir computing with a physical system using a single autonomous Boolean logic … - Fourier Monte Carlo renormalization-group approach to crystalline membranes

Author(s): A. TrösterThe computation of the critical exponent η characterizing the universal elastic behavior of crystalline membranes in the flat phase continues to represent challenges to theorists … - Energy landscape of the finite-size mean-field 2-spin spherical model and topology trivialization

Author(s): Dhagash Mehta, Jonathan D. Hauenstein, Matthew Niemerg, Nicholas J. Simm, and Daniel A. StarioloMotivated by the recently observed phenomenon of topology trivialization of potential energy … - Liquid-vapor interface of the Stockmayer fluid in a uniform external field

Author(s): Stan G. Moore, Mark J. Stevens, and Gary S. GrestThe effect of a uniform (nonspatially varying) external field on the liquid-vapor interface of the Stockmayer fluid (Lennard-Jones particles … - Interphase anisotropy effects on lamellar eutectics: A numerical study

Author(s): Supriyo Ghosh, Abhik Choudhury, Mathis Plapp, Sabine Bottin-Rousseau, Gabriel Faivre, and Silvère AkamatsuIn directional solidification of binary eutectics, it is often observed that two-ph … - Polarization-stiffened ferroelectric liquid crystals: A thickness-independent bistable switching voltage with a lower limit of about 2 V and the transition to thresholdless switching

Author(s): Michael J. O’CallaghanTypical ferroelectric Sm-C* liquid crystal (FLC) cells exhibit a voltage threshold for switching from one stable state to another despite the FLC's response being … - Effects of extracellular potassium diffusion on electrically coupled neuron networks

Author(s): Xing-Xing Wu and Jianwei ShuaiPotassium accumulation and diffusion during neuronal epileptiform activity have been observed experimentally, and potassium lateral diffusion has been suggeste … - Line tension of multicomponent bilayer membranes

Author(s): Ashkan Dehghan, Kyle A. Pastor, and An-Chang ShiThe line tension or edge energy of bilayer membranes self-assembled from binary amphiphilic molecules is studied using self-consistent-field … - Fault-induced delayed voltage recovery in a long inhomogeneous power-distribution feeder

Author(s): Irina Stolbova, Scott Backhaus, and Michael ChertkovWe analyze the dynamics of a distribution circuit loaded with many induction motors and subjected to sudden changes in voltage at the beg … - Mean-field approximation for the Sznajd model in complex networks

Author(s): Maycon S. Araújo, Fabio S. Vannucchi, André M. Timpanaro, and Carmen P. C. PradoThis paper studies the Sznajd model for opinion formation in a population connected through a general network … - Efficient algorithm to compute mutually connected components in interdependent networks

Author(s): S. Hwang, S. Choi, Deokjae Lee, and B. KahngMutually connected components (MCCs) play an important role as a measure of resilience in the study of interdependent networks. Despite their imp … - Measuring graph similarity through continuous-time quantum walks and the quantum Jensen-Shannon divergence

Author(s): Luca Rossi, Andrea Torsello, and Edwin R. HancockIn this paper we propose a quantum algorithm to measure the similarity between a pair of unattributed graphs. We design an experiment where … - Robustness of chimera states for coupled FitzHugh-Nagumo oscillators

Author(s): Iryna Omelchenko, Astero Provata, Johanne Hizanidis, Eckehard Schöll, and Philipp HövelChimera states are complex spatio-temporal patterns that consist of coexisting domains of spatially co … - Noise robustness of unpredictability in a chaotic laser system: Toward reliable physical random bit generation

Author(s): Masanobu Inubushi, Kazuyuki Yoshimura, and Peter DavisWe introduce a concept of noise robustness in dynamical systems with noise and argue that this concept is essential to guarantee the re … - Free-path distribution and Knudsen-layer modeling for gaseous flows in the transition regime

Author(s): Quy Dong To, Céline Léonard, and Guy LauriatIn this paper, we use molecular dynamics (MD) simulations to study the mean free path distribution of nonequilibrium gases in micronanochannel an … - Saffman-Taylor fingers with kinetic undercooling

Author(s): Bennett P. J. Gardiner, Scott W. McCue, Michael C. Dallaston, and Timothy J. MoroneyThe mathematical model of a steadily propagating Saffman-Taylor finger in a Hele-Shaw channel has applica … - Ab initio calculation of shocked xenon reflectivity

Author(s): G. Norman, I. Saitov, V. Stegailov, and P. ZhilyaevReflectivity of shocked compressed xenon plasma is calculated within the framework of the density functional theory approach. Dependencies … - Reaction rates for mesoscopic reaction-diffusion kinetics

Author(s): Stefan Hellander, Andreas Hellander, and Linda PetzoldThe mesoscopic reaction-diffusion master equation (RDME) is a popular modeling framework frequently applied to stochastic reaction-diff … - Evidence of a one-step replica symmetry breaking in a three-dimensional Potts glass model

Author(s): Takashi Takahashi and Koji HukushimaWe study a seven-state Potts glass model in three dimensions with first-, second-, and third-nearest-neighbor interactions with a bimodal distribution of … - Noisy localized structures induced by large noise

Author(s): Orazio Descalzi, Carlos Cartes, and Helmut R. BrandWe investigate the influence of large noise on the formation of localized patterns in the framework of the cubic-quintic complex Ginzburg- … - Brownian dynamics: From glassy to trivial

Author(s): Hugo Jacquin, Bongsoo Kim, Kyozi Kawasaki, and Frédéric van WijlandWe endow a system of interacting particles with two distinct, local, Markovian, and reversible microscopic dynamics that b … - Asymptotic densities of ballistic Lévy walks

Author(s): D. Froemberg, M. Schmiedeberg, E. Barkai, and V. ZaburdaevWe propose an analytical method to determine the shape of density profiles in the asymptotic long-time limit for a broad class of c … - Soliton transport in tubular networks: Transmission at vertices in the shrinking limit

Author(s): Hannes Uecker, Daniel Grieser, Zarif Sobirov, Doniyor Babajanov, and Davron MatrasulovSoliton transport in tubelike networks is studied by solving the nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLSE) … - Detecting vortices in superconductors: Extracting one-dimensional topological singularities from a discretized complex scalar field

Author(s): Carolyn L. Phillips, Tom Peterka, Dmitry Karpeyev, and Andreas GlatzThe authors present an algorithm to isolate vortices in discretized numerical simulation data in finer detail than has pr … - Fluctuations of work in nearly adiabatically driven open quantum systems

Author(s): S. Suomela, J. Salmilehto, I. G. Savenko, T. Ala-Nissila, and M. MöttönenWe extend the quantum jump method to nearly adiabatically driven open quantum systems in a way that allows for an ac … - Anomalous velocity fluctuation in one-dimensional defect turbulence

Author(s): Yusuke Uchiyama, Takanori Kadoya, and Hidetoshi KonnoIn this paper various eccentric hole dynamics are presented in defect turbulence of the one-dimensional complex Ginzburg-Landau equation … - Friction and noise for a probe in a nonequilibrium fluid

Author(s): Christian Maes and Stefano SteffenoniWe investigate the fluctuation dynamics of a probe around a deterministic motion induced by interactions with driven particles. The latter constitute th … - Exact finite-size corrections for the spanning-tree model under different boundary conditions

Author(s): N. Sh. Izmailian and R. KennaWe express the partition functions of the spanning tree on finite square lattices under five different sets of boundary conditions in terms of a principal parti … - Impact of hydrodynamics on effective interactions in suspensions of active and passive matter

Author(s): Ryan C. Krafnick and Angel E. GarcíaPassive particles exhibit unique properties when immersed in an active bath of self-propelling entities. In particular, an effective attraction can appea … - Competition between surface adsorption and folding of fibril-forming polypeptides

Author(s): Ran Ni, J. Mieke Kleijn, Sanne Abeln, Martien A. Cohen Stuart, and Peter G. BolhuisSelf-assembly of polypeptides into fibrillar structures can be initiated by planar surfaces that interact … - Role of charge transfer in heavy-ion-beam–plasma interactions at intermediate energies

Author(s): A. Ortner, A. Frank, A. Blažević, and M. RothIn this paper we investigate the influence of the plasma properties on the charge state distribution of a swift heavy ion beam interacting with … - Nonlinear resonances and energy transfer in finite granular chains

Author(s): Joseph Lydon, Georgios Theocharis, and Chiara DaraioIn the present work we test experimentally and compute numerically the stability and dynamics of harmonically driven monoatomic granular … - Publisher's Note: Active Brownian particles escaping a channel in single file [Phys. Rev. E 91, 022109 (2015)]

Author(s): Emanuele Locatelli, Fulvio Baldovin, Enzo Orlandini, and Matteo Pierno[Phys. Rev. E 91, 029903] Published Thu Feb 19, 2015 - Shear-accelerated crystallization in a supercooled atomic liquid

Author(s): Zhen Shao, Jonathan P. Singer, Yanhui Liu, Ze Liu, Huiping Li, Manesh Gopinadhan, Corey S. O'Hern, Jan Schroers, and Chinedum O. OsujiA bulk metallic glass forming alloy is subjected t … - Emergence of jams in the generalized totally asymmetric simple exclusion process

Author(s): A. E. Derbyshev, A. M. Povolotsky, and V. B. PriezzhevThe generalized totally asymmetric exclusion process (TASEP) [J. Stat. Mech. (2012) P0501410.1088/1742-5468/2012/05/P05014] is an integ … - Phase transition and flow-rate behavior of merging granular flows

Author(s): Mao-Bin Hu, Qi-Yi Liu, Rui Jiang, Meiying Hou, and Qing-Song WuMerging of granular flows is ubiquitous in industrial, mining, and geological processes. However, its behavior remains poorly … - Ray-theory approach to electrical-double-layer interactions

Author(s): Ory SchnitzerA novel approach is presented for analyzing the double-layer interaction force between charged particles in electrolyte solution, in the limit where the Debye length is small c … - Implications of interface conventions for morphometric thermodynamics

Author(s): Andreas Reindl, Markus Bier, and S. DietrichSeveral model fluids in contact with planar, spherical, and cylindrical walls are investigated for small number densities within density function … - Structuring of polymer solutions upon solvent evaporation

Author(s): C. Schaefer, P. van der Schoot, and J. J. MichelsThe morphology of solution-cast, phase-separated polymers becomes finer with increasing solvent evaporation rate. We address this observatio … - Differential growth of wrinkled biofilms

Author(s): D. R. Espeso, A. Carpio, and B. EinarssonBiofilms are antibiotic-resistant bacterial aggregates that grow on moist surfaces and can trigger hospital-acquired infections. They provide a clas … - Effect of zealotry in high-dimensional opinion dynamics models

Author(s): Alex Waagen, Gunjan Verma, Kevin Chan, Ananthram Swami, and Raissa D'SouzaMost of the work on opinion dynamics models focuses on the case of two or three opinion types. We consider the … - Self-propulsion of a spherical electric or magnetic microbot in a polar viscous fluid

Author(s): B. U. FelderhofThe self-propulsion of a sphere immersed in a polar liquid or ferrofluid is studied on the basis of ferrohydrodynamics. In the electrical case an oscillating charge density l … - Conductivity of periodic composites made of matrix and polydispersed aggregates

Author(s): Quy Dong To and Guy BonnetWe present closed-form expressions of the effective conductivity of composites made of matrix and impenetrable polydispersed particles. The approach developed in a … - Detecting radiation reaction at moderate laser intensities

Author(s): Thomas Heinzl, Chris Harvey, Anton Ilderton, Mattias Marklund, Stepan S. Bulanov, Sergey Rykovanov, Carl B. Schroeder, Eric Esarey, and Wim P. LeemansWe propose a new method of detecting ra … - Comment on “Calculations for the one-dimensional soft Coulomb problem and the hard Coulomb limit”

Author(s): M. A. Carrillo-Bernal, H. N. Núñez-Yépez, A. L. Salas-Brito, and Didier A. SolisIn the referred paper, the authors use a numerical method for solving ordinary differential equations and a s … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Calculations for the one-dimensional soft Coulomb problem and the hard Coulomb limit’ ”

Author(s): Daniel H. Gebremedhin and Charles A. WeatherfordThis is a response to the comment we received on our recent paper “Calculations for the one-dimensional soft Coulomb problem and the hard Cou … - Optimal recruitment strategies for groups of interacting walkers with leaders

Author(s): Ricardo Martínez-García, Cristóbal López, and Federico VazquezWe introduce a model of interacting random walkers on a finite one-dimensional chain with absorbing boundaries or targets at th … - Scaling behavior near jamming in random sequential adsorption

Author(s): B. E. Purvis, L. Reeve, J. A. D. Wattis, and Y. MaoFor the random sequential adsorption model, we introduce the “availability” as a variable corresponding to the number of available locatio … - Exactly solvable model of a coalescing random graph

Author(s): A. A. LushnikovAn initially empty (no edges) graph of order M evolves by randomly adding one edge at a time. This edge connects either two linked components and forms a new component of lar …