- Nucleation versus percolation: Scaling criterion for failure in disordered solids

Author(s): Soumyajyoti Biswas, Subhadeep Roy, and Purusattam RayOne of the major factors governing the mode of failure in disordered solids is the effective range R over which the stress field is modi … - Frustrated mixed spin-1/2 and spin-1 Ising ferrimagnets on a triangular lattice

Author(s): M. Žukovič and A. BobákMixed spin-1/2 and spin-1 Ising ferrimagnets on a triangular lattice with sublattices A, B, and C are studied for two spin-value distributions (S_{A},S_{B},S_{C})=(1/ … - Mixtures of relativistic gases in gravitational fields: Combined Chapman-Enskog and Grad method and the Onsager relations

Author(s): Valdemar Moratto and Gilberto M. KremerIn this work we study an r-species mixture of gases within the relativistic kinetic theory point of view. We use the relativistic covariant Boltzmann … - Heat devices in nonlinear irreversible thermodynamics

Author(s): Y. Izumida, K. Okuda, J. M. M. Roco, and A. Calvo HernándezWe present results obtained by using nonlinear irreversible models for heat devices. In particular, we focus on the global perform … - Anomalous diffusion in stochastic systems with nonhomogeneously distributed traps

Author(s): Tomasz SrokowskiThe stochastic motion in a nonhomogeneous medium with traps is studied and diffusion properties of that system are discussed. The particle is subjected to a stochastic stimu … - Improved lower bounds on the ground-state entropy of the antiferromagnetic Potts model

Author(s): Shu-Chiuan Chang (張書銓) and Robert ShrockWe present generalized methods for calculating lower bounds on the ground-state entropy per site, S_{0}, or equivalently, the ground-state degeneracy … - Presence or absence of order by disorder in a highly frustrated region of the spin-1/2 Ising-Heisenberg model on triangulated Husimi lattices

Author(s): Jozef Strečka and Cesur EkizThe geometrically frustrated spin-1/2 Ising-Heisenberg model on triangulated Husimi lattices is exactly solved by combining the generalized star-triangle transfo … - High-density equation of state for a lattice gas

Author(s): M. V. UshcatsFor the lattice gas models of arbitrary geometry and dimensions with absolute repulsion between particles at zero distance (a hard core identical to a single lattice site) and … - Bubbles breaking the wall: Two-dimensional stress and stability analysis

Author(s): Jon Alm Eriksen, Benjy Marks, Bjørnar Sandnes, and Renaud ToussaintThe authors consider a system of air invading a mixture of liquid and beads, where for a large enough fraction of beads th … - Lattice Boltzmann investigation of droplet inertial spreading on various porous surfaces

Author(s): Xavier Frank, Patrick Perré, and Huai-Zhi LiThe spreading of liquid drops on solid surfaces is a wide-spread phenomenon of both fundamental and industrial interest. In many applications, su … - Theory of force-extension curves for modular proteins and DNA hairpins

Author(s): L. L. Bonilla, A. Carpio, and A. PradosWe study a model describing the force-extension curves of modular proteins, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules made out of several single units or … - Distinguishing between discreteness effects in stochastic reaction processes

Author(s): Taichi HarunaThe effect of discreteness on stochastic dynamics of chemically reacting systems is studied analytically. We apply the scheme bridging the chemical master equation and the chem … - Importance of wave-number dependence of Biot numbers in one-sided models of evaporative Marangoni instability: Horizontal layer and spherical droplet

Author(s): H. Machrafi, A. Rednikov, P. Colinet, and P. C. DaubyA one-sided model of the thermal Marangoni instability owing to evaporation into an inert gas is developed. Two configurations are studi … - Model flocks in a steady vortical flow

Author(s): A. W. BaggaleyWe modify the standard Vicsek model to clearly distinguish between intrinsic noise due to imperfect alignment between organisms and extrinsic noise due to fluid motion. We the … - Compressible turbulent mixing: Effects of Schmidt number

Author(s): Qionglin NiWe investigated by numerical simulations the effects of Schmidt number on passive scalar transport in forced compressible turbulence. The range of Schmidt number (Sc) was 1/25∼25 … - Structural optimization of porous media for fast and controlled capillary flows

Author(s): Dahua Shou and Jintu FanA general quantitative model of capillary flow in homogeneous porous media with varying cross-sectional sizes is presented. We optimize the porous structure for the … - Molecular dynamics study of rhodamine 6G diffusion at n-decane–water interfaces

Author(s): Piotr Popov, Leo Steinkerchner, and Elizabeth K. MannTwo-dimensional diffusion of a rhodamine 6G fluorescent tracer molecule at the n-decane–water interface was studied with all-atom molecu … - Comment on “Similarity between quantum mechanics and thermodynamics: Entropy, temperature, and Carnot cycle”

Author(s): L. A. González-Díaz and S. Díaz-SolórzanoIn the paper by Abe and Okuyama [Phys. Rev. E 83, 021121 (2011)], the quantum Carnot cycle of a simple two-state model of a particle confined in a o … - Reply to “Comment on `Similarity between quantum mechanics and thermodynamics: Entropy, temperature, and Carnot cycle' ''

Author(s): Sumiyoshi AbeIn their Comment on the paper [Abe and Okuyama, Phys. Rev. E 83, 021121 (2011)], González-Díaz and Díaz-Solórzano discuss that the initial state of the quantum-mechanical analo … - Convex hull of a Brownian motion in confinement

Author(s): Marie Chupeau, Olivier Bénichou, and Satya N. MajumdarWe study the effect of confinement on the mean perimeter of the convex hull of a planar Brownian motion, defined as the minimum convex … - Chiral structures and defects of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals induced by saddle-splay elasticity

Author(s): Zoey S. Davidson, Louis Kang, Joonwoo Jeong, Tim Still, Peter J. Collings, Tom C. Lubensky, and A. G. YodhAn experimental and theoretical study of lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals (LCLCs … - Synchronization and extinction in cyclic games with mixed strategies

Author(s): Ben Intoy and Michel PleimlingWe consider cyclic Lotka-Volterra models with three and four strategies where at every interaction agents play a strategy using a time-dependent probability di … - Inference of the sparse kinetic Ising model using the decimation method

Author(s): Aurélien Decelle and Pan ZhangIn this paper we study the inference of the kinetic Ising model on sparse graphs by the decimation method. The decimation method, which was first proposed in D … - Stationary and dynamic critical behavior of the contact process on the Sierpinski carpet

Author(s): C. Argolo, P. Barros, T. Tomé, Iram Gleria, and M. L. LyraWe investigate the critical behavior of a stochastic lattice model describing a contact process in the Sierpinski carpet with fract … - Maximizing energy transfer in vibrofluidized granular systems

Author(s): C. R. K. Windows-Yule, A. D. Rosato, D. J. Parker, and A. R. ThorntonUsing discrete particle simulations validated by experimental data acquired using the positron emission particle trackin … - Possible role of electrodynamic interactions in long-distance biomolecular recognition

Author(s): Jordane Preto, Marco Pettini, and Jack A. TuszynskiThe issue of retarded long-range resonant interactions between two molecules with oscillating dipole moments is revisited within the frame … - Incorporating pushing in exclusion-process models of cell migration

Author(s): Christian A. Yates, Andrew Parker, and Ruth E. BakerThe macroscale movement behavior of a wide range of isolated migrating cells has been well characterized experimentally. Recently, attent … - Temporal motifs reveal collaboration patterns in online task-oriented networks

Author(s): Qi Xuan, Huiting Fang, Chenbo Fu, and Vladimir FilkovReal networks feature layers of interactions and complexity. In them, different types of nodes can interact with each other via a variet … - Effect of fluid and particle inertia on the rotation of an oblate spheroidal particle suspended in linear shear flow

Author(s): T. Rosén, M. Do-Quang, C. K. Aidun, and F. LundellThis work describes the inertial effects on the rotational behavior of an oblate spheroidal particle confined between two parallel opposite … - Iterative spectral method for solving electrostatic or magnetostatic problems in complex and evolving heterostructures

Author(s): Tian-Le Cheng and You-Hai WenElectrostatic or magnetostatic problems involving complex heterogeneity are nontrivial for modeling and simulation. Most existing numerical methods focus on sha … - Optimization and universality of Brownian search in a basic model of quenched heterogeneous media

Author(s): Aljaž Godec and Ralf MetzlerThe kinetics of a variety of transport-controlled processes can be reduced to the problem of determining the mean time needed to arrive at a given location for t … - State transitions and decoherence in the avian compass

Author(s): Vishvendra Singh Poonia, Dipankar Saha, and Swaroop GangulyThe radical pair model has been successful in explaining behavioral characteristics of the geomagnetic compass believed to underli … - Elastic enhancement factor: From mesoscopic systems to macroscopic analogous devices

Author(s): Valentin V. Sokolov and Oleg V. ZhirovExcess of probabilities of elastic processes over inelastic ones is a characteristic feature of the chaotic resonance scattering predicted by the rando … - Pumping single-file colloids: Absence of current reversal

Author(s): Debasish Chaudhuri, Archishman Raju, and Abhishek DharWe consider the single-file motion of colloidal particles interacting via short-range repulsion and placed in a traveling wave potentia … - Local thermal transport of liquid alkanes in the vicinity of α-quartz solid surfaces and thermal resistance over the interfaces: A molecular dynamics study

Author(s): Hari Krishna Chilukoti, Gota Kikugawa, Masahiko Shibahara, and Taku OharaThermal transport in liquid n-alkanes in the vicinity of α-quartz substrates and thermal boundary resistance between … - Text mixing shapes the anatomy of rank-frequency distributions

Author(s): Jake Ryland Williams, James P. Bagrow, Christopher M. Danforth, and Peter Sheridan DoddsNatural languages are full of rules and exceptions. One of the most famous quantitative rules is Zipf … - Ising model in clustered scale-free networks

Author(s): Carlos P. HerreroThe Ising model in clustered scale-free networks has been studied by Monte Carlo simulations. These networks are characterized by a degree distribution of the form P(k)∼k^{ … - Aftershocks and Omori's law in a modified Carlson-Langer model with nonlinear viscoelasticity

Author(s): Hidetsugu Sakaguchi and Kazuki OkamuraA modified Carlson-Langer model for earthquakes is proposed, which includes nonlinear viscoelasticity. Several aftershocks are generated after the main … - Impact of symmetry breaking in networks of globally coupled oscillators

Author(s): K. Premalatha, V. K. Chandrasekar, M. Senthilvelan, and M. LakshmananWe analyze the consequences of symmetry breaking in the coupling in a network of globally coupled identical Stuart-Landa … - Self-similar formation of an inverse cascade in vibrating elastic plates

Author(s): Gustavo Düring, Christophe Josserand, and Sergio RicaThe dynamics of random weakly nonlinear waves is studied in the framework of vibrating thin elastic plates. Although it has been previou … - Parametric reduced models for the nonlinear Schrödinger equation

Author(s): John Harlim and Xiantao LiReduced models for the (defocusing) nonlinear Schrödinger equation are developed. In particular, we develop reduced models that only involve the low-frequency mode … - Passivity, complete passivity, and virtual temperatures

Author(s): Paul Skrzypczyk, Ralph Silva, and Nicolas BrunnerWe give a simple and intuitive proof that the only states which are completely passive, i.e., those states from which work cannot be extract … - Significance of electrically induced shear stress in drainage of thin aqueous films

Author(s): Christiaan Ketelaar and Vladimir S. AjaevWe develop a novel model of drainage of microscale thin aqueous film separating a gas bubble and a solid wall. In contrast to previous studies, the … - Effects of surface affinity on the ordering dynamics of self-assembled monolayers of chain molecules: Transition from a parallel to a perpendicular structure

Author(s): Toshiaki Miura and Kazuhiko SekiThe effects of surface interactions on the ordering dynamics of self-assembled monolayers (SAM) of chain molecules were studied using molecular dynamics simu … - Dielectric relaxation of thin films of polyamide random copolymers

Author(s): Natsumi Taniguchi, Koji Fukao, Paul Sotta, and Didier R. LongWe investigate the relaxation behavior of thin films of a polyamide random copolymer, PA66/6I, with various film thicknesses usi … - Self-organization of plants in a dryland ecosystem: Symmetry breaking and critical cluster size

Author(s): Ariel G. Meyra, Guillermo J. Zarragoicoechea, and Victor A. KuzPeriodical patterns of vegetation in an arid or semiarid ecosystem are described using statistical mechanics and Monte Carlo n … - Dynamics of liquid films exposed to high-frequency surface vibration

Author(s): Ofer Manor, Amgad R. Rezk, James R. Friend, and Leslie Y. YeoWe derive a generalized equation that governs the spreading of liquid films under high-frequency (MHz-order) substrate vibration … - Influence of radiation reaction force on ultraintense laser-driven ion acceleration

Author(s): R. Capdessus and P. McKennaThe role of the radiation reaction force in ultraintense laser-driven ion acceleration is investigated. For laser intensities ∼10^{23}W/cm^{2}, the action of this … - Comment on “Self-assembly of magnetic balls: From chains to tubes”

Author(s): Thomas Friedrich, Ingo Rehberg, and Reinhard RichterThe paper states that magnetic balls preferably assemble in a tube geometry if the number of particles exceeds N≥14. We find that for sub … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Self-assembly of magnetic balls: From chains to tubes’ ”

Author(s): René Messina and Igor StankovićThe authors of the Comment [Phys. Rev. E 91, 057201 (2015)] propose compact round clusters as, energetically, better candidates than stacked rings found in Me … - Advanced mean-field theory of the restricted Boltzmann machine

Author(s): Haiping Huang and Taro ToyoizumiLearning in restricted Boltzmann machine is typically hard due to the computation of gradients of log-likelihood function. To describe the network state stat … - Four-level refrigerator driven by photons

Author(s): Jianhui Wang, Yiming Lai, Zhuolin Ye, Jizhou He, Yongli Ma, and Qinghong LiaoWe propose a quantum absorption refrigerator driven by photons. The model uses a four-level system as its workin … - Stochastic ratcheting of two-dimensional colloids: Directed current and dynamical transitions

Author(s): Dipanjan Chakraborty and Debasish ChaudhuriWe present results of molecular dynamics simulations for two-dimensional repulsively interacting colloids driven by a one-dimensional asymmetric a … - Unraveling the puzzling intermediate states in the Biham-Middleton-Levine traffic model

Author(s): L. E. Olmos and J. D. MuñozThe Biham-Middleton-Levine (BML) traffic model, a cellular automaton with eastbound and northbound cars moving by turns on a square lattice, has been an underpinn … - End-directed evolution and the emergence of energy-seeking behavior in a complex system

Author(s): Dilip Kondepudi, Bruce Kay, and James DixonConducting beads in a viscous fluid are subjected to a high voltage. The authors observe the formation of a mobile treelike structure that evolves … - Wave-packet formation at the zero-dispersion point in the Gardner-Ostrovsky equation

Author(s): A. J. Whitfield and E. R. JohnsonThe long-time effect of weak rotation on an internal solitary wave is the decay into inertia-gravity waves and the eventual emergence of a coherent, steadil … - Phase transition in the periodically pulsed Dicke model

Author(s): Sayak Dasgupta, Utso Bhattacharya, and Amit DuttaWe study the effect of pulsed driving and kicked driving of the interaction term on the nonequilibrium phase transition in the Dicke model. … - Anomalous reactive transport in porous media: Experiments and modeling

Author(s): Yaniv Edery, Ishai Dror, Harvey Scher, and Brian BerkowitzWe analyze dynamic behavior of chemically reactive species in a porous medium, subject to anomalous transport. In this context, we … - Dynamical transition in the temporal relaxation of stochastic processes under resetting

Author(s): Satya N. Majumdar, Sanjib Sabhapandit, and Grégory SchehrA stochastic process, when subject to resetting to its initial condition at a constant rate, generically reaches a nonequilibrium st … - Hitting and trapping times on branched structures

Author(s): Elena Agliari, Fabio Sartori, Luca Cattivelli, and Davide CassiIn this work we consider a simple random walk embedded in a generic branched structure and we find a close-form formula to cal … - Nonlocal effects in sand flows on an inclined plane

Author(s): F. Malloggi, B. Andreotti, and E. ClémentThe flow of sand on a rough inclined plane is investigated experimentally. We directly show that a jammed layer of grains spontaneously forms below … - Method for estimating the cooperativity length in polymers

Author(s): Marco Pieruccini and Andrea AlessandriniThe problem of estimating the size of the cooperatively rearranging regions (CRRs) in supercooled polymeric melts from an analysis of the α-process i … - Improving the replica-exchange molecular-dynamics method for efficient sampling in the temperature space

Author(s): Changjun Chen, Yi Xiao, and Yanzhao HuangReplica-exchange molecular dynamics (REMD) is a popular sampling method in the molecular simulation. By frequently exchanging the replicas at differ … - Robust-yet-fragile nature of interdependent networks

Author(s): Fei Tan, Yongxiang Xia, and Zhi WeiInterdependent networks have been shown to be extremely vulnerable based on the percolation model. Parshani et al. [Europhys. Lett. 92, 68002 (2010)] furt … - Analytical relations for long-droplet breakup in asymmetric T junctions

Author(s): Ahmad Bedram, Ali Moosavi, and Siamak Kazemzadeh HannaniWe develop accurate analytical relations for the droplet volume ratio, droplet length during breakup process, and pressure drop of as … - Pressure distribution in unsteady sink and source flows

Author(s): S. I. VoropayevBasic flow generated in a viscous incompressible fluid by a “point” sink (source) of mass is revised. In practice, such flow can be modeled by sucking (pushing) fluid from a … - Influence of discrete sources on detonation propagation in a Burgers equation analog system

Author(s): XiaoCheng Mi and Andrew J. HigginsAn analog to the equations of compressible flow that is based on the inviscid Burgers equation is utilized to investigate the effect of spatial discretenes … - Resonant ion acceleration by plasma jets: Effects of jet breaking and the magnetic-field curvature

Author(s): A. V. Artemyev and A. A. VasilievIn this paper we consider resonant ion acceleration by a plasma jet originating from the magnetic reconnection region. Such jets propagate in the background … - Quantum correlation with sandwiched relative entropies: Advantageous as order parameter in quantum phase transitions

Author(s): Avijit Misra, Anindya Biswas, Arun K. Pati, Aditi Sen(De), and Ujjwal SenQuantum discord is a measure of quantum correlations beyond the entanglement-separability paradigm. It is conceptual … - Price of anarchy is maximized at the percolation threshold

Author(s): Brian SkinnerWhen many independent users try to route traffic through a network, the flow can easily become suboptimal as a consequence of congestion of the most efficient paths. The degree … - Condensation, demixing, and orientational ordering of magnetic colloidal suspensions

Author(s): Stefanie M. Cattes, Sabine H. L. Klapp, and Martin SchoenIn this work we study the phase behavior of magnetic particles suspended in a simple nonmagnetic solvent. Magnetic particles are mod … - Hidden entropy production by fast variables

Author(s): Hyun-Myung Chun and Jae Dong NohWe investigate nonequilibrium underdamped Langevin dynamics of Brownian particles that interact through a harmonic potential with coupling constant K and are … - Stochastic analysis of bistability in coherent mixed feedback loops combining transcriptional and posttranscriptional regulations

Author(s): Mor Nitzan, Yishai Shimoni, Oded Rosolio, Hanah Margalit, and Ofer BihamMixed feedback loops combining transcriptional and posttranscriptional regulations are common in cellular regulatory … - Properties of cooperatively induced phases in sensing models

Author(s): Stuart A. Sevier and Herbert LevineA large number of eukaryotic cells are able to directly detect external chemical gradients with great accuracy and the ultimate limit to their sensitivity … - Data-driven prediction of thresholded time series of rainfall and self-organized criticality models

Author(s): Anna Deluca, Nicholas R. Moloney, and Álvaro CorralWe study the occurrence of events, subject to threshold, in a representative self-organized criticality (SOC) sandpile model and in high-r … - Edge states of periodically kicked quantum rotors

Author(s): Johannes Floß and Ilya Sh. AverbukhWe present a quantum localization phenomenon that exists in periodically kicked three-dimensional rotors, but is absent in the commonly studied two-dimens … - Propagation of spiral waves pinned to circular and rectangular obstacles

Author(s): Malee Sutthiopad, Jiraporn Luengviriya, Porramain Porjai, Metinee Phantu, Jarin Kanchanawarin, Stefan C. Müller, and Chaiya LuengviriyaWe present an investigation of spiral waves pinned to … - Apparent topologically forbidden interchange of energy surfaces under slow variation of a Hamiltonian

Author(s): Zhixin Lu, Christopher Jarzynski, and Edward OttIn this paper we consider the motion of point particles in a particular type of one-degree-of-freedom, slowly changing, temporally periodic H … - Effects of gravity level on bubble formation and rise in low-viscosity liquids

Author(s): Francesc Suñol and Ricard González-CincaWe present an experimental analysis of the effects of gravity level on the formation and rise dynamics of bubbles. Experiments were carried out with … - Running interfacial waves in a two-layer fluid system subject to longitudinal vibrations

Author(s): D. S. Goldobin, A. V. Pimenova, K. V. Kovalevskaya, D. V. Lyubimov, and T. P. LyubimovaWe study the waves at the interface between two thin horizontal layers of immiscible fluids subject to … - Dynamics of axially localized states in Taylor-Couette flows

Author(s): Jose M. Lopez and Francisco MarquesWe present numerical simulations of the flow confined in a wide gap Taylor-Couette system, with a rotating inner cylinder and variable length-to-gap aspec … - Retaining space and time coherence in radiative transfer models

Author(s): J. RosatoA recent model for radiative transfer that accounts for spatial coherence is extended in such a way as to retain temporal coherence. The method employs Bogoliubov-Born-Green-Kirkwo … - Scaling regimes of a semiflexible polymer in a rectangular channel

Author(s): E. Werner and B. MehligSemiflexible polymers in channels with a rectangular cross section are studied as models for DNA molecules confined to nanochannels. The authors find that the average … - Fundamental measure theory for the inhomogeneous hard-sphere system based on Santos' consistent free energy

Author(s): Hendrik Hansen-Goos, Mostafa Mortazavifar, Martin Oettel, and Roland RothBased on Santos' general solution for the scaled-particle differential equation [Phys. Rev. E 86, 040102(R) (20 ... - Recursion-transform method for computing resistance of the complex resistor network with three arbitrary boundaries

Author(s): Zhi-Zhong Tan (谭志中)We develop a general recursion-transform (R-T) method for a two-dimensional resistor network with a zero resistor boundary. As applications of the R-T method, we consider ... - Nematic phase in the J_{1}−J_{2} square-lattice Ising model in an external field

Author(s): Alejandra I. Guerrero, Daniel A. Stariolo, and Noé G. AlmarzaThe J_{1}−J_{2} Ising model in the square lattice in the presence of an external field is studied by two approaches: the cluster ... - Fractional Edgeworth expansion: Corrections to the Gaussian-Lévy central-limit theorem

Author(s): Netanel Hazut, Shlomi Medalion, David A. Kessler, and Eli BarkaiIn this article we generalize the classical Edgeworth expansion for the probability density function (PDF) of sums of a finit ... - Effects of shear and walls on the diffusion of colloids in microchannels

Author(s): S. Ghosh, F. Mugele, and M. H. G. DuitsColloidal suspensions flowing through microchannels were studied for the effects of both the shear flow and the proximity of walls on the particles ... - Motional displacements in proteins: The origin of wave-vector-dependent values

Author(s): Derya Vural, Liang Hong, Jeremy C. Smith, and Henry R. GlydeThe average mean-square displacement, 〈r^{2}〉, of H atoms in a protein is frequently determined using incoherent neutron-scatteri ... - Network cloning unfolds the effect of clustering on dynamical processes

Author(s): Ali Faqeeh, Sergey Melnik, and James P. GleesonWe introduce network L-cloning, a technique for creating ensembles of random networks from any given real-world or artificial network. Each me ... - Phase-field crystal model for a diamond-cubic structure

Author(s): V. W. L. Chan, N. Pisutha-Arnond, and K. ThorntonWe present a structural phase-field crystal model [M. Greenwood et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 045702 (2010)] that yields a stable dc structu … - Three-terminal quantum-dot refrigerators

Author(s): Yanchao Zhang, Guoxing Lin, and Jincan ChenBased on two capacitively coupled quantum dots in the Coulomb-blockade regime, a model of three-terminal quantum-dot refrigerators is proposed. Wi … - Robustness of optimal random searches in fragmented environments

Author(s): M. E. Wosniack, M. C. Santos, E. P. Raposo, G. M. Viswanathan, and M. G. E. da LuzThe random search problem is a challenging and interdisciplinary topic of research in statistical physics. … - Winding number excitation detects phase transition in one-dimensional XY model with variable interaction range

Author(s): Hyunsuk Hong and Beom Jun KimWe numerically study the critical behavior of the one-dimensional XY model of the size N with variable interaction range L. As expected, the standard local orde … - Ice nucleation on carbon surface supports the classical theory for heterogeneous nucleation

Author(s): Raffaela Cabriolu and Tianshu LiThe prevalence of heterogeneous nucleation in nature was explained qualitatively by the classical theory for heterogeneous nucleation established over more t … - Non-Gaussian polymers described by alpha-stable chain statistics: Model, effective interactions in binary mixtures, and application to on-surface separation

Author(s): M. Majka and P. F. GóraThe Gaussian chain model is the classical description of a polymeric chain, which provides analytical results regarding end-to-end distance, the distribution of segme … - Quantum-classical transition and quantum activation of ratchet currents in the parameter space

Author(s): M. W. Beims, M. Schlesinger, C. Manchein, A. Celestino, A. Pernice, and W. T. StrunzThe quantum ratchet current is studied in the parameter space of the dissipative kicked rotor model coupl … - Optimal model-free prediction from multivariate time series

Author(s): Jakob Runge, Reik V. Donner, and Jürgen KurthsForecasting a time series from multivariate predictors constitutes a challenging problem, especially using model-free approaches. Most techniqu … - Exceptional points in coupled dissipative dynamical systems

Author(s): Jung-Wan Ryu, Woo-Sik Son, Dong-Uk Hwang, Soo-Young Lee, and Sang Wook KimWe study the transient behavior in coupled dissipative dynamical systems based on the linear analysis around the st … - Numerical solution of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation using smoothed-particle hydrodynamics

Author(s): Philip Mocz and Sauro SucciWe formulate a smoothed-particle hydrodynamics numerical method, traditionally used for the Euler equations for fluid dynamics in the context of astrophysical sim …