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Author(s): Tsogbayar Tsednee and Tyler LuchkoThe Ornstein-Zernike (OZ) integral equation theory is a powerful approach to simple liquids due to its low computational cost and the fact that, when combi … - Transport barriers with shearless attractors

Author(s): L. Kimi Kato and R. Egydio de CarvalhoWe present a mechanism to generate a sequence of shearless curves or attractors to form a band of transport barriers. We consider the labyrinthic nontw … - NMR studies of quantum chaos in a two-qubit kicked top

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Author(s): S. Prokopev, A. Vorobev, and T. LyubimovaWe develop a numerical model for a two-phase flow of a pair of immiscible liquids within a capillary tube. We assume that a capillary is initially s … - First passage under stochastic resetting in an interval

Author(s): Arnab Pal and V. V. PrasadWe consider a Brownian particle diffusing in a one-dimensional interval with absorbing end points. We study the ramifications when such motion is interrupted and r … - Dynamic environment-induced multistability and critical transition in a metacommunity ecosystem

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Author(s): Nitin Kumar, Rahul Kumar Gupta, Harsh Soni, Sriram Ramaswamy, and A. K. SoodWe present an experimental realization of the collective trapping phase transition [Kaiser et al., Phys. Rev. Let ... - Comment on “Finite size effects in the averaged eigenvalue density of Wigner random-sign real symmetric matrices”

Author(s): Peter J. Forrester and Allan K. TrinhThe recent paper “Finite size effects in the averaged eigenvalue density of Wigner random-sign real symmetric matrices” by G. S. Dhesi and M. Ausloos [P ... - Comment on “Lagrangian formulation and symmetrical description of liquid dynamics”

Author(s): T. Bryk, A. Duviryak, and I. MryglodTrachenko [Trachenko, Phys. Rev. E 96, 062134 (2017)] has argued for creating a Lagrangian formulation of liquid dynamics. This Comment shows that the pr … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Lagrangian formulation and symmetrical description of liquid dynamics' ”

Author(s): K. TrachenkoWe make three remarks in reply to the comment by Bryk, Duviryak, and Mryglod (BDM) [Bryk, Duviryak, and Mryglod, Phys. Rev. E 99, 036102 (2019)]: (a) the discussion of shear liq … - Kinetics of polymer tumbling in shear flow: A coarse-grained description

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Author(s): Shunta Arai, Masayuki Ohzeki, and Kazuyuki TanakaWe derive macroscopically deterministic flow equations with regard to the order parameters of the ferromagnetic $p$-spin model with infinite … - Statistical physics of language maps in the USA

Author(s): J. Burridge, B. Vaux, M. Gnacik, and Y. GrudevaSpatial linguistic surveys often reveal well-defined geographical zones where certain linguistic forms are dominant over their alternatives. I … - Modeling the formation of double rolls from heterogeneously patterned gels

Author(s): Oz Oshri, Santidan Biswas, and Anna C. BalazsInhomogeneous gels can exhibit a change in shape from a two-dimensional to a three-dimensional configuration. In this paper, the authors study t … - Pointwise vanishing velocity helicity of a flow does not preclude magnetic field generation

Author(s): Alexander Andrievsky, Roman Chertovskih, and Vladislav ZheligovskyPointwise zero velocity helicity density is shown not to prevent steady flows from acting as kinematic dynamos. We present … - Laser-driven plasma pinching in ${e}^{−}{e}^{+}$ cascade

Author(s): E. S. Efimenko, A. V. Bashinov, A. A. Gonoskov, S. I. Bastrakov, A. A. Muraviev, I. B. Meyerov, A. V. Kim, and A. M. SergeevThe cascaded production and dynamics of electron-positron plasma … - Extreme value analysis of gut microbial alterations in colorectal cancer

Author(s): S. D. Song, P. Jeraldo, J. Chen, and N. ChiaGut microbes play a key role in colorectal carcinogenesis, yet reaching a consensus on microbial signatures remains a challenge. This is in part … - Diffusion of size bidisperse spheres in dense granular shear flow

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Author(s): Kishore DuttaIt is well known that the turbulence that evolves from the tangles of vortices in quantum fluids at scales larger than the typical quantized vortex spacing $ℓ$ has a close rese … - Theory and measurements of convective Raman side scatter in inertial confinement fusion experiments

Author(s): P. Michel, M. J. Rosenberg, W. Seka, A. A. Solodov, R. W. Short, T. Chapman, C. Goyon, N. Lemos, M. Hohenberger, J. D. Moody, S. P. Regan, and J. F. MyattRaman side scatter, whereby scatter … - Publisher's Note: Generic patterns in the evolution of urban water networks: Evidence from a large Asian city [Phys. Rev. E 95, 032312 (2017)]

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Author(s): Gokul G. Nair, Athmanathan Senthilnathan, Srikanth K. Iyer, and Vishwesha GuttalMany animal groups are heterogeneous and may even consist of individuals of different species, called mixed-s … - Elastic weak turbulence: From the vibrating plate to the drum

Author(s): Roumaissa Hassaini, Nicolas Mordant, Benjamin Miquel, Giorgio Krstulovic, and Gustavo DüringWeak wave turbulence has been observed on a thin elastic plates since the work by Düring et al. [ ... - Strong system-bath coupling induces negative differential thermal conductance and heat amplification in nonequilibrium two-qubit systems

Author(s): Huan Liu, Chen Wang, Lu-Qing Wang, and Jie RenQuantum heat transfer is analyzed in nonequilibrium two-qubits systems by applying the nonequilibrium polaron-transformed Redfield equation com ... - Multiscale information storage of linear long-range correlated stochastic processes

Author(s): Luca Faes, Margarida Almeida Pereira, Maria Eduarda Silva, Riccardo Pernice, Alessandro Busacca, Michal Javorka, and Ana Paula RochaInformation storage, reflecting the capability of a dynam ... - Perfect thermal rectification in a many-body quantum Ising model

Author(s): Emmanuel PereiraThis paper addresses a keystone problem for the progress of phononics: the proposal of efficient thermal diodes. Aiming the disclosure of an easy itinerary for the building ... - Physically consistent numerical solver for time-dependent Fokker-Planck equations

Author(s): Viktor Holubec, Klaus Kroy, and Stefano SteffenoniWe present a simple thermodynamically consistent method for solving time-dependent Fokker-Planck equations (FPE) for overdamped stochastic ... - Topological time-series analysis with delay-variant embedding

Author(s): Quoc Hoan Tran and Yoshihiko HasegawaIdentifying the qualitative changes in time-series data provides insights into the dynamics associated with such data. Such qualitative changes can be d ... - Synchronization of two spin-transfer-driven nano-oscillators coupled via magnetostatic fields

Author(s): D. Mancilla-Almonacid, Alejandro O. Leon, R. E. Arias, S. Allende, and D. AltbirThe magnetization dynamics of nano-oscillators may be excited by both magnetic fields and spin-polarized curr ... - Chaos and Anderson localization in disordered classical chains: Hertzian versus Fermi-Pasta-Ulam-Tsingou models

Author(s): A. Ngapasare, G. Theocharis, O. Richoux, Ch. Skokos, and V. AchilleosWe numerically investigate the dynamics of strongly disordered 1D lattices under single-particle displacements, using bo ... - Exact decomposition of homoclinic orbit actions in chaotic systems: Information reduction

Author(s): Jizhou Li and Steven TomsovicHomoclinic and heteroclinic orbits provide a skeleton of the full dynamics of a chaotic dynamical system and are the foundation of semiclassical sums for quantu ... - Detecting single-cell stimulation in a large network of integrate-and-fire neurons

Author(s): Davide Bernardi and Benjamin LindnerSeveral experiments have shown that the stimulation of a single neuron in the cortex can influence the local network activity and even the behavior of an ... - Many-body contacts in fractal polymer chains and fractional Brownian trajectories

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Author(s): Chang-Yu Hou, Jiang Qian, and Denise E. FreedWe study the low-frequency dielectric response of highly charged spheres arranged in a cubic lattice and immersed in an electrolyte solution. We ... - Nature of thermally excited vortical flow in a microsized nematic volume

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Author(s): Seyed Reza Seyednejad, Takeaki Araki, and Mohammad Reza MozaffariWe propose a surface energy for conically degenerate anchorings of uniaxial liquid crystal mesogens by modifying tensorial N ... - Generation of a magnetic field by a double vortex in a rotating cylinder

Author(s): M. C. Navarro, D. Castaño, and H. HerreroIn this paper we use simulations of the magnetohydrodynamic equations coupled with heat to show the generation of magnetic field by the dynamical in ... - Suppression of Rayleigh-Taylor turbulence by time-periodic acceleration

Author(s): G. Boffetta, M. Magnani, and S. MusacchioThe dynamics of Rayleigh-Taylor turbulence convection in the presence of an alternating, time-periodic acceleration is studied by means of extensive ... - Electrospray molecular dynamics simulations using an octree-based Coulomb interaction method

Author(s): Neil A. Mehta and Deborah A. LevinA new octree-based Coulomb interaction model is developed to model the electrospray of ionic liquids (ILs) in molecular dynamics. Using an octree-based met ... - Renyi entropy of chaotic eigenstates

Author(s): Tsung-Cheng Lu and Tarun GroverUsing arguments built on ergodicity, we derive an analytical expression for the Renyi entanglement entropies which, we conjecture, applies to the finite-energ … - Multifunctional quantum thermal device utilizing three qubits

Author(s): Bao-qing Guo, Tong Liu, and Chang-shui YuQuantum thermal devices which can manage heat as their electronic analogs for the electronic currents have attracted increasing attention. Here a th … - Transforming generalized Ising models into Boltzmann machines

Author(s): Nobuyuki Yoshioka, Yutaka Akagi, and Hosho KatsuraWe find an exact mapping from the generalized Ising models with many-spin interactions to equivalent Boltzmann machines, i.e., the models w … - Neural network model for path-finding problems with the self-recovery property

Author(s): Kei-Ichi Ueda, Keiichi Kitajo, Yoko Yamaguchi, and Yasumasa NishiuraThe large-scale synchronization of neural oscillations is crucial in the functional integration of brain modules, but the … - Spatiotemporal dynamics and early detection of thermoacoustic combustion instability in a model rocket combustor

Author(s): Tatsuya Hashimoto, Hajime Shibuya, Hiroshi Gotoda, Yuya Ohmichi, and Shingo MatsuyamaWe numerically study the spatiotemporal dynamics and early detection of thermoacoustic combustion instab … - Effect of hopper angle on granular clogging

Author(s): Diego López-Rodríguez, Diego Gella, Kiwing To, Diego Maza, Angel Garcimartín, and Iker ZuriguelWe present experimental results of the effect of the hopper angle on the clogging of grains di … - Comparison of the lattice-Boltzmann model with the finite-difference time-domain method for electrodynamics

Author(s): A. Hauser and J. L. VerheyA three-dimensional lattice-Boltzmann model (LBM) for the simulation of the Maxwell equations is presented. The inclusion of media follows an extension of a specia … - Super-Arrhenius behavior of molecular glass formers

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Author(s): Paul C. Bressloff, Sean D. Lawley, and Patrick MurphyMorphogen gradients play a vital role in developmental biology by enabling embryonic cells to infer their spatial location and determine … - Cooperative motor action to regulate microtubule length dynamics

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Author(s): Davi Lazzari and Carolina BritoIt is well established that roughness and chemistry play a crucial role in the wetting properties of a substrate. Yet, few studies have analyzed systematicall … - Pore network model for permeability characterization of three-dimensionally-printed porous materials for passive microfluidics

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Author(s): A. Karimi, Zhi-Feng Huang, and M. R. Paul[Phys. Rev. E 99, 039901] Published Thu Mar 07, 2019 - First passage in an interval for fractional Brownian motion

Author(s): Kay Jörg WieseLet ${X}_{t}$ be a random process starting at $x∈[0,1]$ with absorbing boundary conditions at both ends of the interval. Denote by ${P}_{1}(x)$ the probability to first exit a … - Continuum percolation of congruent overlapping polyhedral particles: Finite-size-scaling analysis and renormalization-group method

Author(s): Wenxiang Xu, Zhigang Zhu, Yaqing Jiang, and Yang JiaoThe continuum percolation of randomly orientated overlapping polyhedral particles, including tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron … - Spin quantum heat engines with shortcuts to adiabaticity

Author(s): Barış Çakmak and Özgür E. MüstecaplıoğluWe consider a finite-time quantum Otto cycle with single- and two spin-$1/2$ systems as its working medium. To mimic adiabatic dynamics at a finite t … - Dynamics of the Desai-Zwanzig model in multiwell and random energy landscapes

Author(s): Susana N. Gomes, Serafim Kalliadasis, Grigorios A. Pavliotis, and Petr YatsyshinWe analyze a variant of the Desai-Zwanzig model [J. Stat. Phys. 19, 1 (1978)]. In particular, we study statio … - Self-assembly of a two-dimensional molecular layer in a nonhomogeneous electric field: Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations

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Author(s): Si-Ping Zhang, Jia-Qi Dong, Li Liu, Zi-Gang Huang, Liang Huang, and Ying-Cheng LaiThe main point of this paper is to provide an affirmative answer through exploiting reinforcement learning … - Reduction of a kinetic model for ${\mathrm{Na}}^{+}$ channel activation, and fast and slow inactivation within a neural or cardiac membrane

Author(s): S. R. VaccaroA 15-state kinetic model for ${\mathrm{Na}}^{+}$ channel gating that describes the coupling between three activation sensors, a two-stage fast inactivation process, and slow in … - Secular dynamics of long-range interacting particles on a sphere in the axisymmetric limit

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Author(s): Yu. A. MakhnovskiiWe study diffusive transport of a particle in a channel with periodically varying cross-section, occurring when the size of the particle periodically switches between two … - Universality classes of absorbing phase transitions in generic branching-annihilating particle systems with nearest-neighbor bias

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Author(s): V. H. Purrello, J. L. Iguain, and A. B. KoltonWe study the roughening of $d$-dimensional directed elastic interfaces subject to quenched random forces. As in the Larkin model, random forces … - Impact of higher-order nonlinearity on modulational instability in two-component Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Ramakrishnan Tamilthiruvalluvar, Etienne Wamba, Sabari Subramaniyan, and Kuppuswamy PorsezianWe investigate the effect of higher-order interactions induced by shape-dependent confinement in … - Characteristic times in the standard map

Author(s): Mirella Harsoula, Kostas Karamanos, and George ContopoulosWe study and compare three characteristic times of the standard map: the Lyapunov time ${t}_{L}$, the Poincaré recurrence time ${t} …