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Author(s): Pinaki Chaudhuri and Jürgen HorbachUsing numerical simulations, the onset of Poiseuille flow in a confined soft glass is investigated. Starting from the quiescent state, steady flow sets in … - Cage effect for the velocity correlation functions of a Brownian particle in viscoelastic shear flows

Author(s): Romi Mankin, Katrin Laas, Neeme Lumi, and Astrid RekkerThe long-time limit behavior of velocity correlation functions (VCFs) for an underdamped Brownian particle in an oscillatory viscoelas … - Analytic solution for heat flow through a general harmonic network

Author(s): Nahuel Freitas and Juan Pablo PazWe present an analytic expression for the heat current through a general harmonic network coupled with Ohmic reservoirs. We use a method that enables us to … - Long-term influence of fluid inertia on the diffusion of a Brownian particle

Author(s): Giuseppe Pesce, Giorgio Volpe, Giovanni Volpe, and Antonio SassoWe experimentally measure the effects of fluid inertia on the diffusion of a Brownian particle at very long time scales. In p … - Variation of the dynamic susceptibility along an isochrone

Author(s): Nicholas P. Bailey, Thomas B. Schrøder, and Jeppe C. DyreKoperwas et al. showed in a recent paper [Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 125701 (2013)PRLTAO10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.125701] that the dynamic … - Noise, transient dynamics, and the generation of realistic interspike interval variation in square-wave burster neurons

Author(s): Bóris Marin, Reynaldo Daniel Pinto, Robert C. Elson, and Eduardo ColliFirst return maps of interspike intervals for biological neurons that generate repetitive bursts of impulses can displa … - Fourier decomposition of payoff matrix for symmetric three-strategy games

Author(s): György Szabó, Kinga S. Bodó, Benjamin Allen, and Martin A. NowakIn spatial evolutionary games the payoff matrices are used to describe pair interactions among neighboring players located on … - Kink topology control by high-frequency external forces in nonlinear Klein-Gordon models

Author(s): R. Alvarez-Nodarse, N. R. Quintero, and F. G. MertensA method of averaging is applied to study the dynamics of a kink in the damped double sine-Gordon equation driven by both external (nonp … - Number of first-passage times as a measurement of information for weakly chaotic systems

Author(s): Pierre Nazé and Roberto VenegerolesWe consider a general class of maps of the interval having Lyapunov subexponential instability |δxt|∼|δx0|exp[Λt(x0)ζ(t)], where ζ(t) grows sublinearly as … - Microscopic mechanism for self-organized quasiperiodicity in random networks of nonlinear oscillators

Author(s): Raffaella Burioni, Serena di Santo, Matteo di Volo, and Alessandro VezzaniSelf-organized quasiperiodicity is one of the most puzzling dynamical phases observed in systems of nonlinear coupl … - Nonergodicity of the Nose-Hoover chain thermostat in computationally achievable time

Author(s): Puneet Kumar Patra and Baidurya BhattacharyaThe widely used Nose-Hoover chain (NHC) thermostat in molecular dynamics simulations is generally believed to impart the canonical distribution a … - Bathtub vortex induced by instability

Author(s): Jiro Mizushima, Kazuki Abe, and Naoto YokoyamaThe driving mechanism and the swirl direction of the bathtub vortex are investigated by the linear stability analysis of the no-vortex flow as … - Enhanced collisionless shock formation in a magnetized plasma containing a density gradient

Author(s): S. E. Clark, E. T. Everson, D. B. Schaeffer, A. S. Bondarenko, C. G. Constantin, C. Niemann, and D. WinskeTwo-dimensional hybrid simulations of super-Alfvénic expanding debris plasma intera … - Derivation of the Lifshitz-Matsubara sum formula for the Casimir pressure between metallic plane mirrors

Author(s): R. Guérout, A. Lambrecht, K. A. Milton, and S. ReynaudWe carefully reexamine the conditions of validity for the consistent derivation of the Lifshitz-Matsubara sum formula for the Casimir p … - Thermodynamic bounds and general properties of optimal efficiency and power in linear responses

Author(s): Jian-Hua JiangWe study the optimal exergy efficiency and power for thermodynamic systems with an Onsager-type “current-force” relationship describing the linear response to external influen … - Domain and droplet sizes in emulsions stabilized by colloidal particles

Author(s): Stefan Frijters, Florian Günther, and Jens HartingParticle-stabilized emulsions are commonly used in various industrial applications. These emulsions can present in different forms, such as … - Segregation and phase inversion of strongly and weakly fluctuating Brownian particle mixtures and a chain of such particle mixtures in spherical containers

Author(s): Akinori AwazuWe investigate the segregation pattern formation of strongly and weakly fluctuating Brownian particle mixtures confined in a three-dimensional spherical container. We consider … - Solidification in soft-core fluids: Disordered solids from fast solidification fronts

Author(s): A. J. Archer, M. C. Walters, U. Thiele, and E. KnoblochUsing dynamical density functional theory we calculate the speed of solidification fronts advancing into a quenched two-dimensional mo … - Beam-splitter switches based on zenithal bistable liquid-crystal gratings

Author(s): Dimitrios C. Zografopoulos, Romeo Beccherelli, and Emmanouil E. KriezisThe tunable optical diffractive properties of zenithal bistable nematic liquid-crystal gratings are theoretically inve … - Understanding the role of grafted polystyrene chain conformation in assembly of magnetic nanoparticles

Author(s): Yang Jiao and Pinar AkcoraPolystyrene-grafted iron oxide nanoparticles have been shown to phase separate into ordered morphologies of strings, well-dispersed particles, and spherical aggreg … - Coherence index and curvelet transformation for denoising geophysical data

Author(s): Hassan Dashtian and Muhammad SahimiGeophysical data contain stochastic noise that may mask their useful content. For example, ground roll (GR) is a coherent noise that is present in seismic … - Symmetries and transport in site-dependent driven quantum lattices

Author(s): Thomas Wulf, Christoph Petri, Benno Liebchen, and Peter SchmelcherWe explore the quantum dynamics of particles in a spatiotemporally driven lattice. A powerful numerical scheme is developed … - Controlling cluster synchronization by adapting the topology

Author(s): Judith Lehnert, Philipp Hövel, Anton Selivanov, Alexander Fradkov, and Eckehard SchöllWe suggest an adaptive control scheme for the control of in-phase and cluster synchronization in delay- … - Universal Braess paradox in open quantum dots

Author(s): A. L. R. Barbosa, D. Bazeia, and J. G. G. S. RamosWe present analytical and numerical results that demonstrate the presence of the Braess paradox in chaotic quantum dots. The paradox that w … - Simple analytical model of evapotranspiration in the presence of roots

Author(s): Cesare M. Cejas, L. A. Hough, Jean-Christophe Castaing, Christian Frétigny, and Rémi DreyfusEvaporation of water out of a soil involves complicated and well-debated mechanisms. When plant r … - Muscle activation described with a differential equation model for large ensembles of locally coupled molecular motors

Author(s): Sam WalcottMolecular motors, by turning chemical energy into mechanical work, are responsible for active cellular processes. Often groups of these motors work together to perform their biol … - Vector rogue waves and dark-bright boomeronic solitons in autonomous and nonautonomous settings

Author(s): R. Babu Mareeswaran, E. G. Charalampidis, T. Kanna, P. G. Kevrekidis, and D. J. FrantzeskakisIn this work we consider the dynamics of vector rogue waves and dark-bright solitons in two-comp … - Magnetic field reversals and long-time memory in conducting flows

Author(s): P. Dmitruk, P. D. Mininni, A. Pouquet, S. Servidio, and W. H. MatthaeusEmploying a simple ideal magnetohydrodynamic model in spherical geometry, we show that the presence of either rotation … - Filling of charged cylindrical capillaries

Author(s): Siddhartha Das, Sourayon Chanda, J. C. T. Eijkel, N. R. Tas, Suman Chakraborty, and Sushanta K. MitraWe provide an analytical model to describe the filling dynamics of horizontal cylindrica … - Heterogeneity-induced large deviations in activity and (in some cases) entropy production

Author(s): Todd R. Gingrich, Suriyanarayanan Vaikuntanathan, and Phillip L. GeisslerWe solve a simple model that supports a dynamic phase transition and show conditions for the existence of the transi … - Phase transition properties of the Bell-Lavis model

Author(s): M. Šimėnas, A. Ibenskas, and E. E. TornauUsing Monte Carlo calculations we analyze the order and the universality class of phase transitions into a low-density (honeycomb) phase of a triang … - Tuned Mullins-Sekerka instability: Exact results

Author(s): Michael I. Tribelsky and Sergei I. AnisimovMullins-Sekerka's instability at 3D self-similar growth of a spherical seed crystal in an undercooled fluid is discussed. The exact solution … - Theory of skyrmion states in liquid crystals

Author(s): A. O. Leonov, I. E. Dragunov, U. K. Rößler, and A. N. BogdanovWithin the Oseen-Frank theory we derive numerically exact solutions for axisymmetric localized states in chiral liquid crystal … - Determination of effective brain connectivity from functional connectivity using propagator-based interferometry and neural field theory with application to the corticothalamic system

Author(s): P. A. RobinsonIt is shown how to compute both direct and total effective connection matrices (deCMs and teCMs), which embody the strengths of neural connections between regions, from correl … - Cryogenic x-ray diffraction microscopy utilizing high-pressure cryopreservation

Author(s): Enju Lima, Yuriy Chushkin, Peter van der Linden, Chae Un Kim, Federico Zontone, Philippe Carpentier, Sol M. Gruner, and Petra PernotWe present cryo x-ray diffraction microscopy of high-pres … - Entropy production of a steady-growth cell with catalytic reactions

Author(s): Yusuke Himeoka and Kunihiko KanekoCells generally convert external nutrient resources to support metabolism and growth. Understanding the thermodynamic efficiency of this conversion is esse … - Wang-Landau sampling in face-centered-cubic hydrophobic-hydrophilic lattice model proteins

Author(s): Jingfa Liu, Beibei Song, Yonglei Yao, Yu Xue, Wenjie Liu, and Zhaoxia LiuFinding the global minimum-energy structure is one of the main problems of protein structure prediction. The face-ce … - Propensity and stickiness in the naming game: Tipping fractions of minorities

Author(s): Andrew M. Thompson, Boleslaw K. Szymanski, and Chjan C. LimAgent-based models of the binary naming game are generalized here to represent a family of models parameterized by the introductio … - Two-cluster solutions in an ensemble of generic limit-cycle oscillators with periodic self-forcing via the mean-field

Author(s): Lennart Schmidt and Katharina KrischerWe study two-cluster solutions of an ensemble of generic limit-cycle oscillators in the vicinity of a Hopf bifurcation, i.e., Stuart-Landau oscillators … - Electroviscous resistance of nanofluidic bends

Author(s): J. D. Berry, A. E. Foong, C. E. Lade, C. J. C. Biscombe, M. R. Davidson, and D. J. E. HarvieAnalysis tools that quantify the pressure and potential changes occurring over pressure-driven el … - Lateral migration of a spherical capsule near a plane wall in Stokes flow

Author(s): S. Nix, Y. Imai, D. Matsunaga, T. Yamaguchi, and T. IshikawaLateral migration is the motion of a particle perpendicular to the direction of the surrounding flow. One of the factors leading … - Time-resolved measurement of global synchronization in the dust acoustic wave

Author(s): J. D. WilliamsA spatially and temporally resolved measurement of the synchronization of the naturally occurring dust acoustic wave to an external drive and the relaxation from the driven wa … - Irreversible dynamics, Onsager-Casimir symmetry, and an application to turbulence

Author(s): Hans Christian ÖttingerIrreversible contributions to the dynamics of nonequilibrium systems can be formulated in terms of dissipative, or irreversible, brackets. We discuss the structure of … - Complete spectral scaling of time series: Towards a classification of 1/f noise

Author(s): Miguel A. RodríguezThe standard spectral scaling, S(f)∼1/fβ, has been traditionally used as a correlation measure characterizing the dynamical behavior of time series. The ubiquity of 1/f a … - Wave tailoring by precompression in confined granular systems

Author(s): Raj Kumar Pal and Philippe H. GeubelleWe present a granular system whose response under an impact load can be varied from rapidly decaying to almost constant amplitude waves by an external … - Cluster phases of penetrable rods on a line

Author(s): Santi PrestipinoPhase transitions are uncommon among homogeneous one-dimensional fluids of classical particles owing to a general nonexistence result due to van Hove. A way to circumvent va … - Mechanics of large folds in thin interfacial films

Author(s): Vincent Démery, Benny Davidovitch, and Christian D. SantangeloA thin film confined to a liquid interface responds to uniaxial compression by wrinkling, and then by folding, that has been so … - Evaporation-driven growth of large crystallized salt structures in a porous medium

Author(s): N. Sghaier, S. Geoffroy, M. Prat, H. Eloukabi, and S. Ben NasrallahSubflorescence refers to crystallized salt structures that form inside a porous medium. We report a drying experiment reve … - Theoretical predictions of disclination loop growth for nematic liquid crystals under capillary confinement

Author(s): Alireza Shams, Xuxia Yao, Jung Ok Park, Mohan Srinivasarao, and Alejandro D. ReyThe combination of low elasticity modulus, anisotropy, and responsiveness to external fields drives the rich … - Nonlinear growth and condensation in multiplex networks

Author(s): V. Nicosia, G. Bianconi, V. Latora, and M. BarthelemyDifferent types of interactions coexist and coevolve to shape the structure and function of a multiplex network. We propose here a gener … - Intergroup information exchange drives cooperation in the public goods game

Author(s): C. Gracia-Lázaro, J. Gómez-Gardeñes, L. M. Floría, and Y. MorenoIn this paper we explore the onset of cooperative traits in the public goods game. This well-known game involves N-agent inte … - Maximum work extraction and implementation costs for nonequilibrium Maxwell's demons

Author(s): Henrik Sandberg, Jean-Charles Delvenne, Nigel J. Newton, and Sanjoy K. MitterWe determine the maximum amount of work extractable in finite time by a demon performing continuous measurements … - Growing spin model in deterministic and stochastic trees

Author(s): Julian SienkiewiczWe solve the growing asymmetric Ising model [J. Sienkiewicz, K. Suchecki, and J. A. Hołyst, Phys. Rev. E 89, 012105 (2014)PLEEE810.1103/PhysRevE.89.012105] in the topologi … - Calibrated Langevin-dynamics simulations of intrinsically disordered proteins

Author(s): W. Wendell Smith, Po-Yi Ho, and Corey S. O'HernWe perform extensive coarse-grained (CG) Langevin dynamics simulations of intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs), which possess fluctua … - Quantum dynamics of the avian compass

Author(s): Zachary B. WaltersThe ability of migratory birds to orient relative to the Earth's magnetic field is believed to involve a coherent superposition of two spin states of a radical electr … - Effect of radio frequency fields on the radical pair magnetoreception model

Author(s): Bao-Ming Xu, Jian Zou, Hai Li, Jun-Gang Li, and Bin ShaoAlthough the radical pair (RP) model is widely accepted for birds' orientation, the physical mechanism of it is still not fully … - Influence of self-steepening and intrapulse Raman scattering on modulation instability in oppositely directed coupler

Author(s): A. K. Shafeeque Ali, K. Porsezian, and T. UthayakumarWe investigate the modulation instability in oppositely directed coupler in the presence of higher-order effects. Using linear stability … - Reaction-diffusion-advection equation in binary tree networks and optimal size ratio

Author(s): Hidetsugu SakaguchiA simple reaction-diffusion-advection equation is proposed in a dichotomous tree network to discuss an optimal network. An optimal size ratio r is evaluated by the princi … - Clustering of branching Brownian motions in confined geometries

Author(s): A. Zoia, E. Dumonteil, A. Mazzolo, C. de Mulatier, and A. RossoWe study the evolution of a collection of individuals subject to Brownian diffusion, reproduction, and disappearance. In parti … - Local shear transformations in deformed and quiescent hard-sphere colloidal glasses

Author(s): K. E. Jensen, D. A. Weitz, and F. SpaepenWe perform a series of deformation experiments on a monodisperse, hard-sphere colloidal glass while simultaneously following the three-dimensional t … - Sensitivity and entanglement in the avian chemical compass

Author(s): Yiteng Zhang, Gennady P. Berman, and Sabre KaisThe radical pair mechanism can help to explain avian orientation and navigation. Some evidence indicates that the intensity of external magnet … - Polymer translocation through a nanopore driven by binding particles: Influence of chain rigidity

Author(s): Wancheng Yu and Kaifu LuoWe investigate the influence of chain rigidity on the dynamics of polymer translocation in the presence of binding particles (BPs) through a nanopore using two-dime … - Triadic closure as a basic generating mechanism of communities in complex networks

Author(s): Ginestra Bianconi, Richard K. Darst, Jacopo Iacovacci, and Santo FortunatoMost of the complex social, technological, and biological networks have a significant community structure. Therefor … - Dynamical scaling of fragment distribution in drying paste

Author(s): Shin-ichi Ito and Satoshi YukawaCrack patterns of drying paste and their statistical properties are investigated through smoothed particle hydrodynamics, which is one method for solving con … - Mechanisms of particle clustering in Gaussian and non-Gaussian synthetic turbulence

Author(s): Christopher Nilsen and Helge I. AnderssonWe use synthetic turbulence simulations to study how inertial particles cluster in a turbulent flow, for a wide range of Stokes numbers. Two differe … - Class of periodic and quasiperiodic trajectories of particles settling under gravity in a viscous fluid

Author(s): Maria L. Ekiel-JeżewskaWe investigate regular configurations of a small number of non-Brownian particles settling under gravity in a viscous fluid. The particles do not touch each other and … - Editorial: PRX Takes on a New Role

Author(s): Gene D. Sprouse[Phys. Rev. E 90, 040001] Published Thu Oct 09, 2014 - Dealing with correlated choices: How a spin-glass model can help political parties select their policies

Author(s): M. A. Moore and Helmut G. KatzgraberStarting from preferences on N proposed policies obtained via questionnaires from a sample of the electorate, an Ising spin-glass model in a field can be … - Edge orientation for optimizing controllability of complex networks

Author(s): Yan-Dong Xiao, Song-Yang Lao, Lv-Lin Hou, and Liang BaiRecently, as the controllability of complex networks attracts much attention, how to design and optimize the controllability of networ … - How memory generates heterogeneous dynamics in temporal networks

Author(s): Christian L. Vestergaard, Mathieu Génois, and Alain BarratTime-varying social interaction networks empirically show heterogeneous dynamics, such as bursty behavior and broad distributions o … - Impact of heterogeneous delays on cluster synchronization

Author(s): Sarika Jalan and Aradhana SinghWe investigate cluster synchronization in coupled map networks in the presence of heterogeneous delays. We find that while the parity of heterogeneous delays … - Network dynamics for optimal compressive-sensing input-signal recovery

Author(s): Victor J. Barranca, Gregor Kovačič, Douglas Zhou, and David CaiBy using compressive sensing (CS) theory, a broad class of static signals can be reconstructed through a sequence of very few … - Transport through quasi-one-dimensional wires with correlated disorder

Author(s): I. F. Herrera-González, J. A. Méndez-Bermúdez, and F. M. IzrailevWe study transport properties of bulk-disordered quasi-one-dimensional (Q1D) wires paying main attention to the role of long … - Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universality class and the anchored Toom interface

Author(s): G. T. Barkema, P. L. Ferrari, J. L. Lebowitz, and H. SpohnWe revisit the anchored Toom interface and use Kardar-Parisi-Zhang scaling theory to argue that the interface fluctuations are gove … - Phase separation and emergent structures in an active nematic fluid

Author(s): Elias Putzig and Aparna BaskaranWe consider a phenomenological continuum theory for an active nematic fluid and show that there exists a universal, model-independent instability which rende … - Diffusion and bulk flow in phloem loading: A theoretical analysis of the polymer trap mechanism for sugar transport in plants

Author(s): Julia Dölger, Hanna Rademaker, Johannes Liesche, Alexander Schulz, and Tomas BohrThe authors develop a model for movement of water and sugars within the leaves of plants. Using the availabl … - Hydration-dependent dynamic crossover phenomenon in protein hydration water

Author(s): Zhe Wang, Emiliano Fratini, Mingda Li, Peisi Le, Eugene Mamontov, Piero Baglioni, and Sow-Hsin ChenThe characteristic relaxation time τ of protein hydration water exhibits a strong hydratio … - Contact time periods in immunological synapse

Author(s): Daniel R. Bush and Amit K. ChattopadhyayThis paper resolves the long standing debate as to the proper time scale 〈τ〉 of the onset of the immunological synapse bond, the noncovalent chemical … - Influence of intrapulse Raman scattering on stationary pulses in the presence of linear and nonlinear gain as well as spectral filtering

Author(s): Ivan M. Uzunov, Zhivko D. Georgiev, and Todor N. ArabadzhievWe examine numerically the influence of intrapulse Raman scattering (IRS) on the stable stationary pulses in the presence of cons … - Erratum: Saturation of shape instabilities in single-bubble sonoluminescence [Phys. Rev. E 90, 013026 (2014)]

Author(s): Mogens T. Levinsen[Phys. Rev. E 90, 049903] Published Wed Oct 08, 2014 - Single-molecule diffusion in freely suspended smectic films

Author(s): Benjamin Schulz, Marco G. Mazza, and Christian BahrWe present a study of the molecular diffusion in freely suspended smectic-A liquid crystal films with thicknesses ranging from 20 down to … - One-dimensional Euclidean matching problem: Exact solutions, correlation functions, and universality

Author(s): Sergio Caracciolo and Gabriele SicuroWe discuss the equivalence relation between the Euclidean bipartite matching problem on the line and on the circumference and the Brownian bridge proces … - Steepest entropy ascent model for far-nonequilibrium thermodynamics: Unified implementation of the maximum entropy production principle

Author(s): Gian Paolo BerettaBy suitable reformulations, we cast the mathematical frameworks of several well-known different approaches to the description of nonequilibrium dynamics into a unified for … - Growth and dispersal with inertia: Hyperbolic reaction-transport systems

Author(s): Vicenç Méndez, Daniel Campos, and Werner HorsthemkeWe investigate the behavior of five hyperbolic reaction-diffusion equations most commonly employed to describe systems of interacting orga … - Evolution of atomic rearrangements in deformation in metallic glasses

Author(s): B. S. Shang, M. Z. Li, Y. G. Yao, Y. J. Lu, and W. H. WangAtomic rearrangements induced by shear stress are fundamental for understanding deformation mechanisms in metallic glasses (MGs). U … - Locomotion of microorganisms near a no-slip boundary in a viscoelastic fluid

Author(s): Shahrzad Yazdi, Arezoo M. Ardekani, and Ali BorhanLocomotion of microorganisms plays a vital role in most of their biological processes. In many of these processes, microorganisms are expos … - Wave-vortex mode coupling in neutrally stable baroclinic flows

Author(s): Abdelaziz Salhi and Alexandre B. PieriRotating stratified flows in thermal wind balance are at the center of geophysical fluid dynamics. Recently, endeavors were put on studying the linear … - Instability of viscous flow over a deformable two-layered gel: Experiments and theory

Author(s): R. Neelamegam, D. Giribabu, and V. ShankarThe instability of the flow of a viscous fluid past a soft, two-layered gel is probed using experiments, and the observations are compared with res … - Transition from dissipative to conservative dynamics in equations of hydrodynamics

Author(s): Debarghya Banerjee and Samriddhi Sankar RayWe show, by using direct numerical simulations and theory, how, by increasing the order of dissipativity (α) in equations of hydrodynamics, there … - Simulating non-Markovian stochastic processes

Author(s): Marian Boguñá, Luis F. Lafuerza, Raúl Toral, and M. Ángeles SerranoWe present a simple and general framework to simulate statistically correct realizations of a system of non-Markovian disc … - Spectral domain of large nonsymmetric correlated Wishart matrices

Author(s): Vinayak and Luis BenetWe study complex eigenvalues of the Wishart model for nonsymmetric correlation matrices. The model is defined for two statistically equivalent but different Gaussian r … - Nonequilibrium equalities in absolutely irreversible processes

Author(s): Yûto Murashita, Ken Funo, and Masahito UedaWe generalize nonequilibrium integral equalities to situations involving absolutely irreversible processes for which the forward-path probability … - Anomalous mean-field behavior of the fully connected Ising model

Author(s): Louis Colonna-Romano, Harvey Gould, and W. KleinAlthough the fully connected Ising model does not have a length scale, we show that the critical exponents for thermodynamic quantities such … - Criteria for minimal model of driven polymer translocation

Author(s): P. M. Suhonen, K. Kaski, and R. P. LinnaWhile the characteristics of the driven translocation for asymptotically long polymers are well understood, this is not the case for finite-sized pol … - Quantifying the degree of persistence in random amoeboid motion based on the Hurst exponent of fractional Brownian motion

Author(s): Natallia Makarava, Stephan Menz, Matthias Theves, Wilhelm Huisinga, Carsten Beta, and Matthias HolschneiderAmoebae explore their environment in a random way, unless external cues like, e.g. … - Epidemic spreading on complex networks with general degree and weight distributions

Author(s): Wei Wang, Ming Tang, Hai-Feng Zhang, Hui Gao, Younghae Do, and Zong-Hua LiuThe spread of disease on complex networks has attracted wide attention in the physics community. Recent works have … - Time-delay effects on the aging transition in a population of coupled oscillators

Author(s): Bhumika Thakur, Devendra Sharma, and Abhijit SenWe investigate the influence of time-delayed coupling on the nature of the aging transition in a system of coupled oscillators that have a mi … - Hysteretic transitions in the Kuramoto model with inertia

Author(s): Simona Olmi, Adrian Navas, Stefano Boccaletti, and Alessandro TorciniWe report finite-size numerical investigations and mean-field analysis of a Kuramoto model with inertia for fully couple … - Effect of correlation on viscosity and diffusion in molecular-dynamics simulations

Author(s): Edmund R. Meyer, Joel D. Kress, Lee A. Collins, and Christopher TicknorIn the warm dense matter (WDM) regime, material properties like diffusion and viscosity can be obtained from lengthy q … - Field theory and weak Euler-Lagrange equation for classical particle-field systems

Author(s): Hong Qin, Joshua W. Burby, and Ronald C. DavidsonIt is commonly believed as a fundamental principle that energy-momentum conservation of a physical system is the result of space-time symmet …