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Author(s): Jean-Sébastien Gagnon, David Hochberg, and Juan Pérez-MercaderWe investigate the small-scale properties of a stochastic cubic-autocatalytic reaction-diffusion (CARD) model using renormaliza … - Dynamics of the transverse Ising model with next-nearest-neighbor interactions

Author(s): P. R. C. Guimarães, J. A. Plascak, O. F. de Alcantara Bonfim, and J. FlorencioWe study the effects of next-nearest-neighbor (NNN) interactions on the dynamics of the one-dimensional spin-1/ … - Clique percolation in random graphs

Author(s): Ming Li, Youjin Deng, and Bing-Hong WangAs a generation of the classical percolation, clique percolation focuses on the connection of cliques in a graph, where the connection of two k cliqu … - Distributed-order diffusion equations and multifractality: Models and solutions

Author(s): Trifce Sandev, Aleksei V. Chechkin, Nickolay Korabel, Holger Kantz, Igor M. Sokolov, and Ralf MetzlerWe study distributed-order time fractional diffusion equations characterized by multifra … - Oscillatory cellular patterns in three-dimensional directional solidification

Author(s): D. Tourret, J.-M. Debierre, Y. Song, F. L. Mota, N. Bergeon, R. Guérin, R. Trivedi, B. Billia, and A. KarmaThe authors report on the oscillation patterns of rounded structures formed at the … - Translational and rotational diffusion of a single nanorod in unentangled polymer melts

Author(s): Min Jung Kim, Hyun Woo Cho, Jeongmin Kim, Heesuk Kim, and Bong June SungPolymer nanocomposites have been an issue of both academic and industrial interest due to promising electrical, mecha … - Multiple phases in modularity-based community detection

Author(s): Christophe Schülke and Federico Ricci-TersenghiDetecting communities in a network, based only on the adjacency matrix, is a problem of interest to several scientific disciplines. Recently, … - Committed activists and the reshaping of status-quo social consensus

Author(s): Dina Mistry, Qian Zhang, Nicola Perra, and Andrea BaronchelliThe role of committed minorities in shaping public opinion has been recently addressed with the help of multiagent models. Howev … - Data-driven prediction and prevention of extreme events in a spatially extended excitable system

Author(s): Stephan Bialonski, Gerrit Ansmann, and Holger KantzExtreme events occur in many spatially extended dynamical systems, often devastatingly affecting human life, which makes their reliable pr … - Determining hydrodynamic boundary conditions from equilibrium fluctuations

Author(s): Shuyu Chen, Han Wang, Tiezheng Qian, and Ping ShengThe lack of a first-principles derivation has made the hydrodynamic boundary condition a classical issue for the past century. The fact th … - Enhanced mixing via alternating injection in radial Hele-Shaw flows

Author(s): Ching-Yao Chen, Yi-Cheng Huang, Yu-Sheng Huang, and José A. MirandaMixing at low Reynolds numbers, especially in the framework of confined flows occurring in Hele-Shaw cells, porous media, … - Microscopic nonlinear relativistic quantum theory of absorption of powerful x-ray radiation in plasma

Author(s): H. K. Avetissian, A. G. Ghazaryan, H. H. Matevosyan, and G. F. MkrtchianThe microscopic quantum theory of plasma nonlinear interaction with the coherent shortwave electromagnetic radiation … - Percolation on a multifractal scale-free planar stochastic lattice and its universality class

Author(s): M. K. Hassan and M. M. RahmanWe investigate site percolation on a weighted planar stochastic lattice (WPSL), which is a multifractal and whose dual is a scale-free network. Percolation is t … - Scaling solutions for connectivity and conductivity of continuous random networks

Author(s): S. A. Galindo-Torres, T. Molebatsi, X.-Z. Kong, A. Scheuermann, D. Bringemeier, and L. LiConnectivity and conductivity of two-dimensional fracture networks (FNs), as an important type of co … - Monodisperse hard rods in external potentials

Author(s): Benaoumeur Bakhti, Michael Karbach, Philipp Maass, and Gerhard MüllerWe consider linear arrays of cells of volume V_{c} populated by monodisperse rods of size σV_{c},σ=1,2,…, subject to h … - Exchange fluctuation theorem for correlated quantum systems

Author(s): Sania Jevtic, Terry Rudolph, David Jennings, Yuji Hirono, Shojun Nakayama, and Mio MuraoWe extend the exchange fluctuation theorem for energy exchange between thermal quantum systems beyond … - Self-organization of magnetic moments in dipolar chains with restricted degrees of freedom

Author(s): Alexander F. Pshenichnikov and Andrey A. KuznetsovEquilibrium behavior of a single chain of dipolar spheres is investigated by the method of molecular dynamics in a wide range of the dipola … - Universal buckling kinetics in drying nanoparticle-laden droplets on a hydrophobic substrate

Author(s): Lalit Bansal, Ankur Miglani, and Saptarshi BasuWe provide a comprehensive physical description of the vaporization, self-assembly, agglomeration, and buckling kinetics of sessile nanofluid … - Shape instability on swelling of a stretched nematic elastomer filament

Author(s): N. Cheewaruangroj and E. M. TerentjevLiquid crystalline elastomers combine the ordering properties of liquid crystals with elasticity of crosslinked polymer networks. In monodomain (permane … - Integrin-mediated adhesion as self-sustained waves of enzymatic activation

Author(s): M. R. Block, O. Destaing, C. Petropoulos, E. Planus, C. Albigès-Rizo, and B. FourcadeIntegrin receptors mediate interaction between the cellular actin-cytoskeleton and extracellular matrix. … - Basin stability for burst synchronization in small-world networks of chaotic slow-fast oscillators

Author(s): Oleg V. Maslennikov, Vladimir I. Nekorkin, and Jürgen KurthsThe impact of connectivity and individual dynamics on the basin stability of the burst synchronization regime in small-world netw … - Coherence resonance in a thermoacoustic system

Author(s): Lipika Kabiraj, Richard Steinert, Aditya Saurabh, and Christian Oliver PaschereitWe experimentally investigated the noise-induced dynamics of a prototypical thermoacoustic system undergoing … - Dynamics of two interacting hydrogen bubbles in liquid aluminum under the influence of a strong acoustic field

Author(s): Gerard S. B. Lebon, Koulis Pericleous, Iakovos Tzanakis, and Dmitry G. EskinUltrasonic melt processing significantly improves the properties of metallic materials. However, this promising t … - Reynolds number scaling of the influence of boundary layers on the global behavior of laboratory quasi-Keplerian flows

Author(s): E. M. Edlund and H. JiWe present fluid velocity measurements in a modified Taylor-Couette device operated in the quasi-Keplerian regime, where it is observed that nearly ideal flows exhibit … - Role of critical points of the skin friction field in formation of plumes in thermal convection

Author(s): Vinodh Bandaru, Anastasiya Kolchinskaya, Kathrin Padberg-Gehle, and Jörg SchumacherThe dynamics in the thin boundary layers of temperature and velocity is the key to a deeper understanding … - Shock ion acceleration by an ultrashort circularly polarized laser pulse via relativistic transparency in an exploded target

Author(s): Young-Kuk Kim, Myung-Hoon Cho, Hyung Seon Song, Teyoun Kang, Hyung Ju Park, Moon Youn Jung, and Min Sup HurWe investigated ion acceleration by an electrostatic shock in an exploded target i … - Nonlinear Kalman filter based on duality relations between continuous and discrete-state stochastic processes

Author(s): Jun OhkuboAn alternative application of duality relations of stochastic processes is demonstrated. Although conventional usages of the duality relations need analytical solutions for the du … - Exact coupling threshold for structural transition reveals diversified behaviors in interconnected networks

Author(s): Faryad Darabi Sahneh, Caterina Scoglio, and Piet Van MieghemAn interconnected network features a structural transition between two regimes [F. Radicchi and A. Arenas, Nat. Phys. 9, 717 (201 ... - Slow fluctuations in recurrent networks of spiking neurons

Author(s): Stefan Wieland, Davide Bernardi, Tilo Schwalger, and Benjamin LindnerNetworks of fast nonlinear elements may display slow fluctuations if interactions are strong. We find a transition in th ... - Fractal energy carpets in non-Hermitian Hofstadter quantum mechanics

Author(s): Maxim N. Chernodub and Stéphane OuvryWe study the non-Hermitian Hofstadter dynamics of a quantum particle with biased motion on a square lattice in the background of a magnetic field. We sh ... - Dephasing-assisted selective incoherent quantum transport

Author(s): Naghi Behzadi, Bahram Ahansaz, and Hadi KasaniSelective energy transport throughout a quantum network connected to more than one reaction center can play an important role in many natural a ... - Thermodynamics of stochastic Turing machines

Author(s): Philipp Strasberg, Javier Cerrillo, Gernot Schaller, and Tobias BrandesIn analogy to Brownian computers we explicitly show how to construct stochastic models which mimic the behavior of a g ... - Generating functionals and Gaussian approximations for interruptible delay reactions

Author(s): Tobias Brett and Tobias GallaWe develop a generating functional description of the dynamics of non-Markovian individual-based systems in which delay reactions can be terminated before compl ... - Filling of three-dimensional space by two-dimensional sheet growth

Author(s): Merlin A. Etzold, Peter J. McDonald, David A. Faux, and Alexander F. RouthModels of three-dimensional space filling based on growth of two-dimensional sheets are proposed. Beginning from pl ... - Classical-to-quantum crossover in the critical behavior of the transverse-field Sherrington-Kirkpatrick spin glass model

Author(s): Sudip Mukherjee, Atanu Rajak, and Bikas K. ChakrabartiWe study the critical behavior of the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick model in transverse field (at finite temperature) using Monte Carlo simul ... - Stochastic entropy production arising from nonstationary thermal transport

Author(s): Ian J. Ford, Zachary P. L. Laker, and Henry J. CharlesworthWe compute statistical properties of the stochastic entropy production associated with the nonstationary transport of heat through ... - Percolation and coarsening in the bidimensional voter model

Author(s): Alessandro Tartaglia, Leticia F. Cugliandolo, and Marco PiccoWe study the bidimensional voter model on a square lattice with numerical simulations. We demonstrate that the evolution takes p ... - Active-to-absorbing-state phase transition in an evolving population with mutation

Author(s): Niladri SarkarWe study the active to absorbing phase transition (AAPT) in a simple two-component model system for a species and its mutant. We uncover the nontrivial critical scaling behavi ... - Limit cycles and the benefits of a short memory in rock-paper-scissors games

Author(s): James BurridgeWhen playing games in groups, it is an advantage for individuals to have accurate statistical information on the strategies of their opponents. Such information may be obtaine ... - Theory of rheology in confinement

Author(s): Artem A. Aerov and Matthias KrügerThe viscosity of fluids is generally understood in terms of kinetic mechanisms, i.e., particle collisions, or thermodynamic ones as imposed through structu ... - Sharp-interface model of electrodeposition and ramified growth

Author(s): Christoffer P. Nielsen and Henrik BruusWe present a sharp-interface model of two-dimensional ramified growth during quasisteady electrodeposition. Our model differs from previous modeling m ... - Competition of lattice and basis for alignment of nematic liquid crystals

Author(s): Andrew DeBenedictis, Timothy J. Atherton, Candy Anquetil-Deck, Douglas J. Cleaver, David B. Emerson, Mathew Wolak, and James H. AdlerDue to elastic anisotropy, two-dimensional patterning of ... - Role of topology in complex functional networks of beta cells

Author(s): Christian Cherubini, Simonetta Filippi, Alessio Gizzi, and Alessandro LoppiniThe activity of pancreatic β cells can be described by biological networks of coupled nonlinear oscillators that ... - Spectral statistics of molecular resonances in erbium isotopes: How chaotic are they?

Author(s): Jordi Mur-Petit and Rafael A. MolinaWe perform a comprehensive analysis of the spectral statistics of the molecular resonances in ^{166}Er and ^{168}Er observed in recent ultracold collisio ... - Ehrenfest approach to open double-well dynamics

Author(s): Stephen Choi, Roberto Onofrio, and Bala SundaramWe consider an Ehrenfest approximation for a particle in a double-well potential in the presence of an external environment schematized as a ... - Stochastic bifurcations caused by multiplicative noise in systems with hard excitement of auto-oscillations

Author(s): Irina Bashkirtseva, Tatyana Ryazanova, and Lev RyashkoWe study a stochastic dynamics of systems with hard excitement of auto-oscillations possessing a bistability mode with coexistence of t ... - Theoretical model for coupled radial and translational motion of two bubbles at arbitrary separation distances

Author(s): Alexander A. Doinikov and Ayache BouakazA theoretical model is developed that describes nonlinear spherical pulsations and translational motions of two interacting bubbles at arbitrary sepa ... - Dynamic wetting of viscoelastic droplets

Author(s): Yuli Wang, Do-Quang Minh, and Gustav AmbergWe conduct numerical experiments on spreading of viscoelastic droplets on a flat surface. Our work considers a Giesekus fluid characterized by a s ... - Drift and pseudomomentum in bounded turbulent shear flows

Author(s): W. R. C. PhillipsThis paper is concerned with the evaluation of two Lagrangian measures which arise in oscillatory or fluctuating shear flows when the fluctuating field is rotational and th ... - Reconciling transport models across scales: The role of volume exclusion

Author(s): P. R. Taylor, C. A. Yates, M. J. Simpson, and R. E. BakerDiffusive transport is a universal phenomenon, throughout both biological and physical sciences, and models of diffusion are routine ... - Solvable non-Markovian dynamic network

Author(s): Nicos Georgiou, Istvan Z. Kiss, and Enrico ScalasNon-Markovian processes are widespread in natural and human-made systems, yet explicit modeling and analysis of such systems is underdevelop ... - Classification and unification of the microscopic deterministic traffic models

Author(s): Bo Yang and Christopher MonterolaWe identify a universal mathematical structure in microscopic deterministic traffic models (with identical drivers), and thus we show that all such existing ... - Detection meeting control: Unstable steady states in high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems

Author(s): Huanfei Ma, Daniel W. C. Ho, Ying-Cheng Lai, and Wei LinWe articulate an adaptive and reference-free framework based on the principle of random switching to detect and control unstable stea ... - Dynamical systems with multiple long-delayed feedbacks: Multiscale analysis and spatiotemporal equivalence

Author(s): Serhiy Yanchuk and Giovanni GiacomelliDynamical systems with multiple, hierarchically long-delayed feedback are introduced and studied extending our previous work [Yanchuk and Giacomelli, P ... - Diffusion for ensembles of standard maps

Author(s): Or Alus and Shmuel FishmanTwo types of random evolution processes are studied for ensembles of the standard map with driving parameter K that determines its degree of stochasticity. For one ... - Dynamics of nonlinear excitations of helically confined charges

Author(s): A. V. Zampetaki, J. Stockhofe, and P. SchmelcherWe explore the long-time dynamics of a system of identical charged particles trapped on a closed helix. This system has recently been found t ... - Benchmark values for molecular three-center integrals arising in the Dirac equation

Author(s): A. Bağcı and P. E. HogganPrevious papers by the authors report that they obtained compact, arbitrarily accurate expressions for two-center, one- and two-electron relativistic molecular inte ... - Correlations of correlations: Secondary autocorrelations in finite harmonic systems

Author(s): Dan Plyukhin and Alex V. PlyukhinThe momentum or velocity autocorrelation function C(t) for a tagged oscillator in a finite harmonic system decays like that of an infinite system for short ... - Coherence resonance in bursting neural networks

Author(s): June Hoan Kim, Ho Jun Lee, Cheol Hong Min, and Kyoung J. LeeSynchronized neural bursts are one of the most noticeable dynamic features of neural networks, being essential for various phenom ... - Interplay between parity-time symmetry, supersymmetry, and nonlinearity: An analytically tractable case example

Author(s): Panayotis G. Kevrekidis, Jesús Cuevas–Maraver, Avadh Saxena, Fred Cooper, and Avinash KhareIn the present work, we combine the notion of parity-time (PT) symmetry with that of supersymmetry ... - Bistable intrinsic charge fluctuations of a dust grain subject to secondary electron emission in a plasma

Author(s): B. ShotorbanA master equation was formulated to study intrinsic charge fluctuations of a grain in a plasma as ions and primary electrons are attached to the grain through collisional collec ... - Percolation and jamming transitions in particulate systems with and without cohesion

Author(s): L. Kovalcinova, A. Goullet, and L. KondicWe consider percolation and jamming transitions for particulate systems exposed to compression. For the systems built of particles interacting by pu ... - Transient, polarity-dependent dielectric response in a twisted nematic liquid crystal under very low frequency excitation

Author(s): K. S. KrishnamurthyThe electric Freedericksz transition is a second-order quadratic effect, which, in a planarly aligned nematic liquid crystal layer, manifests above a threshold field as a ... - Filaments in the twist-grain-boundary smectic-A phase

Author(s): Lubor Lejček, Vladimíra Novotná, and Milada GlogarováA model of filaments of the twist-grain-boundary smectic-A phase (TGBA) arising from the homeotropic smectic-A phase and nucleating on t ... - Multicellular density fluctuations in epithelial monolayers

Author(s): Steven M. Zehnder, Marina K. Wiatt, Juan M. Uruena, Alison C. Dunn, W. Gregory Sawyer, and Thomas E. AngeliniChanges in cell size often accompany multicellular motion in tissue, and cell nu ... - Cell shape recognition by colloidal cell imprints: Energy of the cell-imprint interaction

Author(s): Josef Borovička, Simeon D. Stoyanov, and Vesselin N. PaunovThe results presented in this study are aimed at the theoretical estimate of the interactions between a spherical microbial cell a ... - Asymmetry-induced electric current rectification in permselective systems

Author(s): Yoav Green, Yaron Edri, and Gilad YossifonFor a symmetric ion permselective system, in terms of geometry and bulk concentrations, the system response is also symmetric under opposite electr ... - Rarefaction waves in van der Waals fluids with an arbitrary number of degrees of freedom

Author(s): Albert Yuen and John J. BarnardThe isentropic expansion of an instantaneously and homogeneously heated foil is calculated using a 1D fluid model. The initial temperature and density are ass ... - Dynamics of supercooled water in nanotubes: Cage correlation function and diffusion coefficient

Author(s): Mahdi Khademi, Rajiv K. Kalia, and Muhammad SahimiDynamics of low-temperature water in nanostructured materials is important to a variety of phenomena, ranging from transport in cement and ... - Segregation of mass at the periphery of N-isopropylacrylamide-co-acrylic-acid microgels at high temperatures

Author(s): John S. Hyatt, Changwoo Do, Xiaobo Hu, Hong Sung Choi, Jin Woong Kim, L. Andrew Lyon, and Alberto Fernandez-NievesWe investigate poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (pNIPAM) microgels randomly copo ... - Thermoelectricity of interacting particles: A numerical approach

Author(s): Shunda Chen, Jiao Wang, Giulio Casati, and Giuliano BenentiA method for computing the thermopower in interacting systems is proposed. This approach, which relies on Monte Carlo simulations, ... - Fluctuation analysis of time-averaged mean-square displacement for the Langevin equation with time-dependent and fluctuating diffusivity

Author(s): Takashi Uneyama, Tomoshige Miyaguchi, and Takuma AkimotoThe mean-square displacement (MSD) is widely utilized to study the dynamical properties of stochastic processes. The time-averaged MS ... - Generalized model of blockage in particulate flow limited by channel carrying capacity

Author(s): C. Barré, J. Talbot, P. Viot, L. Angelani, and A. GabrielliWe investigate stochastic models of particles entering a channel with a random time distribution. When the number of particles pre ... - Exact work statistics of quantum quenches in the anisotropic XY model

Author(s): Francis A. Bayocboc, Jr. and Francis N. C. ParaanWe derive exact analytic expressions for the average work done and work fluctuations in instantaneous quenches of the ground and thermal sta ... - Stochastic thermodynamics of macrospins with fluctuating amplitude and direction

Author(s): Swarnali Bandopadhyay, Debasish Chaudhuri, and A. M. JayannavarWe consider stochastic energy balance and entropy production (EP) in a generalized Langevin dynamics of macrospins, allowing f ... - Orientational ordering of confined hard rods: The effect of shape anisotropy on surface ordering and capillary nematization

Author(s): R. Aliabadi, M. Moradi, and S. VargaWe examine the ordering properties of rectangular hard rods with length L and diameter D at a single planar wall and between two parallel hard walls usin ... - Efficient simulation of semiflexible polymers

Author(s): Debabrata Panja, Gerard T. Barkema, and J. M. J. van LeeuwenUsing a recently developed bead-spring model for semiflexible polymers that takes into account their natural extensibility, we re ... - Nonlinearities of biopolymer gels increase the range of force transmission

Author(s): Xinpeng Xu and Samuel A. SafranWe present a model of biopolymer gels that includes two types of elastic nonlinearities, stiffening under extension and softening (due to buckling) under comp ... - Hyperbolicity measures democracy in real-world networks

Author(s): Michele Borassi, Alessandro Chessa, and Guido CaldarelliIn this work, we analyze the hyperbolicity of real-world networks, a geometric quantity that measures if a space is negatively curved ... - Statistics of injected power on a bouncing ball subjected to a randomly vibrating piston

Author(s): Alfredo García-Cid, Pablo Gutiérrez, Claudio Falcón, Sébastien Aumaître, and Eric FalconWe present an experimental study on the statistical properties of the injected power needed to mainta ... - Nonlinear mode decomposition: A noise-robust, adaptive decomposition method

Author(s): Dmytro Iatsenko, Peter V. E. McClintock, and Aneta StefanovskaThe signals emanating from complex systems are usually composed of a mixture of different oscillations which, for a reliable an ... - Correlations between the instantaneous velocity gradient and the evolution of scale-to-scale fluxes in two-dimensional flow

Author(s): Yang Liao and Nicholas T. OuelletteUsing high-resolution particle tracking velocimetry and filter-space techniques, we study the links between the scale-to-scale transfer of energy and enst ... - Effects of target heating on experiments using Kα and Kβ diagnostics

Author(s): P. Palmeri, G. Boutoux, D. Batani, and P. QuinetWe describe the impact of heating and ionization on emission from the target of Kα and Kβ radiation induced by the propagation of hot electro ... - Atomic and optical properties of warm dense copper

Author(s): Gennady Miloshevsky and Ahmed HassaneinThe emission of x rays from warm dense matter is of great interest for both spectroscopic diagnostics and development of intense x-ray sources. We rep ... - Matrix-free Brownian dynamics simulation technique for semidilute polymeric solutions

Author(s): Amir Saadat and Bamin KhomamiEvaluating the concentration dependence of static and dynamic properties of macromolecules in semidilute polymer solutions requires accurate calculation of long ... - Non-Kolmogorov cascade of helicity-driven turbulence

Author(s): Mouloud Kessar, Franck Plunian, Rodion Stepanov, and Guillaume BalaracWe solve the Navier-Stokes equations with two simultaneous forcings. One forcing is applied at a given large scale and … - Internal dissipation and heat leaks in quantum thermodynamic cycles

Author(s): Luis A. Correa, José P. Palao, and Daniel AlonsoThe direction of the steady-state heat currents across a generic quantum system connected to multiple baths may be engineered to realize virt … - Quantum work statistics of charged Dirac particles in time-dependent fields

Author(s): Sebastian Deffner and Avadh SaxenaThe quantum Jarzynski equality is an important theorem of modern quantum thermodynamics. We show that the Jarzynski equality readily generalizes to relativ … - Effects of interaction symmetry on delocalization and energy transport in one-dimensional disordered lattices

Author(s): Jianjin Wang, Dahai He, Yong Zhang, Jiao Wang, and Hong ZhaoWe study effects of interaction symmetry in one-dimensional, momentum-conserving disordered lattices. It is found that asymmetric … - Numerical approach to frictional fingers

Author(s): Jon Alm Eriksen, Renaud Toussaint, Knut Jørgen Måløy, Eirik Flekkøy, and Bjørnar SandnesExperiments on confined two-phase flow systems, involving air and a dense suspension, have revealed a … - Inhibition of Rayleigh-Plateau instability on a unidirectionally patterned substrate

Author(s): G. Boussinot and Efim A. BrenerA fundamental process of surface energy minimization is the decay of a wire into separate droplets initiated by the Rayleigh-Plateau instability. Here we stud … - Dynamics of protein hydration water

Author(s): M. Wolf, S. Emmert, R. Gulich, P. Lunkenheimer, and A. LoidlWe present the frequency- and temperature-dependent dielectric properties of lysozyme solutions in a broad concentration regime, … - Binary full adder, made of fusion gates, in a subexcitable Belousov-Zhabotinsky system

Author(s): Andrew AdamatzkyIn an excitable thin-layer Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) medium a localized perturbation leads to the formation of omnidirectional target or spiral waves of excitation. A subexc … - Multifractality of quantum wave functions in the presence of perturbations

Author(s): R. Dubertrand, I. García-Mata, B. Georgeot, O. Giraud, G. Lemarié, and J. MartinWe present a comprehensive study of the destruction of quantum multifractality in the presence of perturbatio … - Coherence and aberration effects in surface plasmon polariton imaging

Author(s): Martin Berthel, Quanbo Jiang, Camille Chartrand, Joel Bellessa, Serge Huant, Cyriaque Genet, and Aurélien DrezetWe study theoretically and experimentally coherent imaging of surface plasmon … - Interfacial thermal conduction and negative temperature jump in one-dimensional lattices

Author(s): Xiaodong Cao and Dahai HeWe study the thermal boundary conduction in one-dimensional harmonic and ϕ^{4} lattices, both of which consist of two segments coupled by a harmonic interaction. Fo … - Impact of membrane bistability on dynamical response of neuronal populations

Author(s): Wei Wei, Fred Wolf, and Xiao-Jing WangNeurons in many brain areas can develop a pronounced depolarized state of membrane potential (up state) in addition to the normal hyperpolarized state … - Thermodynamic characterization of networks using graph polynomials

Author(s): Cheng Ye, César H. Comin, Thomas K. DM. Peron, Filipi N. Silva, Francisco A. Rodrigues, Luciano da F. Costa, Andrea Torsello, and Edwin R. HancockIn this paper, we present a method for char … - Physical processes causing the formation of penitentes

Author(s): P. Claudin, H. Jarry, G. Vignoles, M. Plapp, and B. AndreottiPenitentes are thin pinnacles of snow or ice that appear at high altitudes, naturally arranged in closely spaced formations and …