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Author(s): Gonzalo De Polsi and Nicolás WscheborThe search for controlled approximations to study strongly coupled systems remains a very general open problem. Wilson's renormalization group has … - Synchronization of spatially discordant voltage and calcium alternans in cardiac tissue

Author(s): Chunli Huang, Zhen Song, and Zhilin QuThe heart is an excitable medium which is excited by membrane potential depolarization and propagation. Membrane potential depolarization brings in cal … - Pulling a harmonically bound particle subjected to Coulombic friction: A nonequilibrium analysis

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Author(s): Nikhil Gupt, Srijan Bhattacharyya, Bikash Das, Subhadeep Datta, Victor Mukherjee, and Arnab GhoshA three-qubit transistor design offers a way to manipulate the system’s heat flow by hitting … - Fréchet distribution in geometric graphs for drone networks

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Author(s): Steven Blaber and David A. SivakQuadratic trapping potentials are widely used to experimentally probe biopolymers and molecular machines and drive transitions in steered molecular-dynamics … - Screening confinement of entanglements: Role of a self-propelling end inducing ballistic chain reptation

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Author(s): P. L. GarridoWe study the behavior of stationary nonequilibrium two-body correlation functions for diffusive systems with equilibrium reference states (DSe). We describe a DSe at the mesosc … - Revised scattering exponents for a power-law distribution of surface and mass fractals

Author(s): Alexander Yu. Cherny, Eugen M. Anitas, Vladimir A. Osipov, and Alexander I. KuklinWe consider scattering exponents arising in small-angle scattering from power-law polydisperse surface and … - Tricritical point in the quantum Hamiltonian mean-field model

Author(s): Harald Schmid, Johannes Dieplinger, Andrea Solfanelli, Sauro Succi, and Stefano RuffoEngineering long-range interactions in experimental platforms has been achieved with great success in a … - Spiral wave drift under optical feedback in cardiac tissue

Author(s): Yuan-Xun Xia, Xin-Pei Zhi, Teng-Chao Li, Jun-Ting Pan, Alexander V. Panfilov, and Hong ZhangDrifting electrical spiral waves in cardiac tissue can induce life-threatening heart irregulariti … - Lane and band formation of oppositely driven colloidal particles in two-dimensional ring geometries

Author(s): Tobias Vater, Marc Isele, Ullrich Siems, and Peter NielabaWe study the segregation phenomena for oppositely driven colloidal particles in two-dimensional ring geometries by means of Brownia … - Design of an inertial fusion experiment exceeding the Lawson criterion for ignition

Author(s): A. L. Kritcher et al.A 2021 inertial fusion experiment at the National Ignition Facility exceeded the so-called Lawson criterion for ignition. This paper describes the key design changes th … - Experimental achievement and signatures of ignition at the National Ignition Facility

Author(s): A. B. Zylstra et al.Experimental measurements from last year’s igniting plasma experiment at NIF are presented. The results are consistent with self-heating as the dominant term in the powe … - Swift generator for three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence

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Author(s): Siavash Soltani, Chad W. Sinclair, and Jörg RottlerUsing machine learning techniques, we introduce a Markov state model (MSM) for a model glass former that reveals structural heterogeneitie … - Monte Carlo study of duality and the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless phase transitions of the two-dimensional $q$-state clock model in flow representations

Author(s): Hao Chen, Pengcheng Hou, Sheng Fang, and Youjin DengThe two-dimensional $q$-state clock model for $q≥5$ undergoes two Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless (BKT) phase transitions as temperature … - Excitable reaction-diffusion waves of curvature-inducing proteins on deformable membrane tubes

Author(s): Naoki Tamemoto and Hiroshi NoguchiLiving cells employ excitable reaction-diffusion waves for internal cellular functions, in which curvature-inducing proteins are often involved. However, t … - Free-energy landscape of two-state protein acylphosphatase with large contact order revealed by force-dependent folding and unfolding dynamics

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Author(s): Olena S. Iadlovska, Kamal Thapa, Mojtaba Rajabi, Sergij V. Shiyanovskii, and Oleg D. LavrentovichUnique electro-optical properties of the oblique helicoidal cholesteric (${\mathrm{Ch}}_{\ma … - Oscillations of a particle-laden fountain

Author(s): Chaimae Alaoui, Aurélien Gay, and Valérie VidalDifferent regimes are usually observed for fluid migration through an immersed granular layer. In this work, we report a puzzling behavior whe … - Exponential Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook integrator for multiscale particle-based kinetic simulations

Author(s): M. Pfeiffer, F. Garmirian, and M. H. GorjiDespite the development of an extensive toolbox of multiscale rarefied flow simulators, such simulations remain challenging due to the significant … - Bias-variance decomposition of overparameterized regression with random linear features

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Author(s): Benjamin A. Sanvee, René Lohmann, and Jürgen HorbachEhrenfests' wind-tree model (EWTM) refers to a two-dimensional system where noninteracting point tracer particles move through a ran … - Microscopic theory of the Curzon-Ahlborn heat engine based on a Brownian particle

Author(s): Y. H. Chen, Jin-Fu Chen, Zhaoyu Fei, and H. T. QuanThe Curzon-Ahlborn (CA) efficiency, as the efficiency at the maximum power (EMP) of the endoreversible Carnot engine, has significant impa … - Dynamical mechanism for generation of arrhythmogenic early afterdepolarizations in cardiac myocytes: Insights from in silico electrophysiological models

Author(s): Roberto Barrio, M. Ángeles Martínez, Sergio Serrano, and Esther PueyoWe analyze the dynamical mechanisms underlying the formation of arrhythmogenic early afterdepolarizations (EADs) in two … - Unbiasedness and optimization of regional weight cancellation

Author(s): Hunter Belanger, Davide Mancusi, and Andrea ZoiaThe Monte Carlo method is often used to simulate systems which can be modeled by random walks. To calculate observables, in many implementati … - Experimental validation of a micromechanically based compaction law for mixtures of soft and hard grains

Author(s): Manuel Cárdenas-Barrantes, Jonathan Barés, Mathieu Renouf, and Émilien AzémaIn this Letter, we report on an experimental study which analyzes the compressive behavior of two-dimensional bid … - Circulation statistics and the mutually excluding behavior of turbulent vortex structures

Author(s): L. Moriconi, R. M. Pereira, and V. J. ValadãoThe small-scale statistical properties of velocity circulation in classical homogeneous and isotropic turbulent flows are assessed through a mod … - Membrane area gain and loss during cytokinesis

Author(s): Felix Frey and Timon IdemaIn cytokinesis of animal cells, the cell is symmetrically divided into two. Since the cell's volume is conserved, the projected area has to increase to allow … - Anomalous behavior of a two-dimensional Hertzian disk system

Author(s): Eu. A. Gaiduk, Yu. D. Fomin, E. N. Tsiok, and V. N. RyzhovThe anomalous behavior of a two-dimensional system of Hertzian disks with exponent $α=7/2$ has been studied using the method of mol … - Competition between energy- and entropy-driven activation in glasses

Author(s): Matthew R. Carbone and Marco Baity-JesiIn simplified models of glasses we clarify the existence of two different kinds of coexisting activated dynamics, with one of the two dominating over … - Optimal searcher distribution for parallel random target searches

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Author(s): A. V. Kargovsky and O. A. ChichiginaA study of nonstationary processes that are integrals of stationary random sequences of delta pulses is presented. An integrated renewal process can be r … - Generation of aperiodic motion due to sporadic collisions of camphor ribbons

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Author(s): Brandon E. MorganHigh-fidelity large-eddy simulation (LES) is performed of Rayleigh-Taylor (RT) mixing in three different configurations involving gravity reversal. In each configuration, L … - Systematic lowering of the scaling of Monte Carlo calculations by partitioning and subsampling

Author(s): Antoine Bienvenu, Jonas Feldt, Julien Toulouse, and Roland AssarafWe propose to compute physical properties by Monte Carlo calculations using conditional expectation values. The latter are … - Joint measurability in nonequilibrium quantum thermodynamics

Author(s): Konstantin Beyer, Roope Uola, Kimmo Luoma, and Walter T. StrunzIn this Letter we investigate the concept of quantum work and its measurability from the viewpoint of quantum measurement theo … - Frustration in a generalized kagomé Ising antiferromagnet: Exact results

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Author(s): Kutay Akın and A. Nihat BerkerThe random-field $XY$ model is studied in spatial dimensions $d=3$ and 4, and in between, as the limit $q→∞$ of the $q$-state clock models, by the exact renorm … - Numerically probing the universal operator growth hypothesis

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Author(s): Maciej Długosz, Bogdan Cichocki, and Piotr SzymczakWe developed a computationally efficient approach to approximate near-wall diffusion coefficients of arbitrarily shaped rigid macromolecul … - Tensile strength of rubber described via the formation and rupture of load-bearing polymer chains

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Author(s): Tianyi Jin (金天逸), Connor W. Coley, and Alfredo Alexander-KatzThe glass transition temperature (${T}_{g}$) is one of the most fundamental properties of polymers. ${T}_{g}$ is predicted by so … - Active colloidal molecules in activity gradients

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Author(s): Qingzhen Yang, Yankui Liu, Xinmiao Jia, Tingting Zhang, Hongmiao Tian, Jing Fan, Quange Xu, and Fenhong SongIt is well known that surface tension is dependent on temperature, and thus a non … - Plasma environmental effects in the atomic structure for simulating x-ray free-electron-laser-heated solid-density matter

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Author(s): Projesh Kumar RoyThe violation of the Pauli principle has been surmised in several models of the fractional exclusion statistics and successfully applied to several quantum systems. In this … - Random-walk shielding-potential viscosity model for warm dense metals

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Author(s): B. Darbois Texier and A. SeguinWe measure and analyze the drag force experienced by a rigid rod that penetrates vertically into a granular medium and partially withdraws before sinking agai … - Dust mobilization in the presence of magnetic fields

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Author(s): M. A. Di Muro and M. HoyuelosWe analyze diffusion of particles on a two-dimensional square lattice. Each lattice site contains an arbitrary number of particles. Interactions affect particle … - Estimation of drift and diffusion functions from unevenly sampled time-series data

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Author(s): I. Ouatu, B. T. Spiers, R. Aboushelbaya, Q. Feng, M. W. von der Leyen, R. W. Paddock, R. Timmis, C. Ticos, K. M. Krushelnick, and P. A. NorreysA paradigm shift in the physics of laser-plasm … - Spectral fingerprints of nonequilibrium dynamics: The case of a Brownian gyrator

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Author(s): Peixing Niu, Michael D. Atkins, Yanyan Liu, Moxiao Li, Tian Jian Lu, and Tongbeum KimDuring descent, a single-winged maple seed (samara) can naturally reach a delicate equilibrium state, st …