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Author(s): Xing Jian (简星), Wei Zhang (张巍), Qiang Deng (邓强), and Yongxiang Huang (黄永祥)This paper argues that the deformation of the earth’s crust in the Tibetan plateau exhibits turbulencelike characte … - Quantum thermal management devices based on strong coupling qubits

Author(s): Jianying Du, Wei Shen, Shanhe Su, and Jincan ChenWe study the performance of a thermal management device with small scales by considering a strong coupling between quantum qubits. A small c … - Noise-induced distortion of the mean limit cycle of nonlinear oscillators

Author(s): Janaki Sheth, Dolores Bozovic, and Alex J. LevineWe study the change in the size and shape of the mean limit cycle of a stochastically driven nonlinear oscillator as a function of noise amp … - Phase descriptions of a multidimensional Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process

Author(s): Peter J. Thomas and Benjamin LindnerStochastic oscillators play a prominent role in different fields of science. Their simplified description in terms of a phase has been advocated by diffe … - Market fragmentation and market consolidation: Multiple steady states in systems of adaptive traders choosing where to trade

Author(s): Aleksandra Alorić and Peter SollichTechnological progress is leading to proliferation and diversification of trading venues, thus increasing the relevance of the long-standing question of m … - Inhibitory autapse mediates anticipated synchronization between coupled neurons

Author(s): Marcel A. Pinto, Osvaldo A. Rosso, and Fernanda S. MatiasTwo identical autonomous dynamical systems unidirectionally coupled in a sender-receiver configuration can exhibit anticipated synch … - Comment on “Radial and longitudinal motion of the arterial wall: Their relation to pulsatile pressure and flow in the artery”

Author(s): Yuh-Ying Lin WangMost researchers derived the arterial pressure-wave equation by taking the axial blood flow as the major mechanism and assumed the flow motion was governed by the Navier-St … - Erratum: Variability of collective dynamics in random tree networks of strongly coupled stochastic excitable elements [Phys. Rev. E 98, 052303 (2018)]

Author(s): Ali Khaledi-Nasab, Justus A. Kromer, Lutz Schimansky-Geier, and Alexander B. Neiman[Phys. Rev. E 99, 069902] Published Fri Jun 21, 2019 - Stochastic thermodynamics of nonharmonic oscillators in high vacuum

Author(s): Domingos S. P. Salazar and Sérgio A. LiraWe perform an analytic study on the stochastic thermodynamics of a small classical particle trapped in a time-dependent single-well potential in the … - Analytic model for transient anomalous diffusion with highly persistent correlations

Author(s): Sean Carnaffan and Reiichiro KawaiIn recent decades, many stochastic processes have been proposed as models for real world time series data with anomalous spreading, highly persistent corre … - Entropy nonconservation and boundary conditions for Hamiltonian dynamical systems

Author(s): Gerard McCaul, Alexander Pechen, and Denys I. BondarApplying the theory of self-adjoint extensions of Hermitian operators to Koopman von Neumann classical mechanics, the most general set of … - Two-dimensional chaotic thermostat and behavior of a thermalized charge in a weak magnetic field

Author(s): G. J. MoralesA two-dimensional version of a chaotic thermostat is investigated. Its structure follows the concept previously introduced by the author [G. J. Morales, Phys. Rev. E 97, 032203 ... - Resonances between fundamental frequencies for lasers with large delayed feedbacks

Author(s): Anton V. Kovalev, Md Shariful Islam, A. Locquet, D. S. Citrin, Evgeny A. Viktorov, and Thomas ErneuxHigh-order frequency locking phenomena were recently observed using semiconductor lasers ... - Solitons in spin-orbit-coupled spin-2 spinor Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Nian-Sheng Wan, Yu-E Li, and Ju-Kui XueWe investigate the different types of matter-wave solitons in spin-orbit-coupled spin-2 spinor Bose-Einstein condensates. Using mean-field theory and ... - Multiscale dynamical embeddings of complex networks

Author(s): Michael T. Schaub, Jean-Charles Delvenne, Renaud Lambiotte, and Mauricio BarahonaComplex systems and relational data are often abstracted as dynamical processes on networks. To understand, ... - Active particles in noninertial frames: How to self-propel on a carousel

Author(s): Hartmut LöwenTypically the motion of self-propelled active particles is described in a quiescent environment establishing an inertial frame of reference. Here we assume that friction, self- ... - Hierarchical wrinkles and oscillatory cracks in metal films deposited on liquid stripes

Author(s): Senjiang Yu, Yadong Sun, Xiaofei Zhang, Chenxi Lu, Hong Zhou, and Yong NiFascinating crack and wrinkle patterns driven by stresses are ubiquitous in natural and artificial systems. It is of ... - Growth of nanoparticles in dynamic plasma

Author(s): V. Vekselman, Y. Raitses, and M. N. ShneiderCoagulation growth kinetics of nanoparticles in plasma is affected by interparticle electrostatic forces due to the charging phenomenon. In stati ... - Shear modulus of two-dimensional Yukawa or dusty-plasma solids obtained from the viscoelasticity in the liquid state

Author(s): Kang Wang, Dong Huang, and Yan FengLangevin dynamical simulations of two-dimensional (2D) Yukawa liquids are performed to investigate the shear modulus of 2D solid dusty plasmas. Using the ... - Dynamic mode decomposition for multiscale nonlinear physics

Author(s): Daniel Dylewsky, Molei Tao, and J. Nathan KutzWe present a data-driven method for separating complex, multiscale systems into their constituent timescale components using a recursive implem ... - Tail-regression estimator for heavy-tailed distributions of known tail indices and its application to continuum quantum Monte Carlo data

Author(s): Pablo López Ríos and Gareth J. ConduitStandard statistical analysis is unable to provide reliable confidence intervals on expectation values of probability distributions that do not satisfy ... - Characterizing coherent structures in Bose-Einstein condensates through dynamic-mode decomposition

Author(s): Christopher W. Curtis, R. Carretero-González, and Matteo PolimenoWe use the dynamic mode decomposition (DMD) methodology to study weakly turbulent flows in two-dimensional Bose-Einstein con ... - Dynamics and pattern formation of ring dark solitons in a two-dimensional binary Bose-Einstein condensate with tunable interactions

Author(s): Zhang-Ming He, L. Wen, Ya-Jun Wang, G. P. Chen, R.-B. Tan, C.-Q. Dai, and Xiao-Fei ZhangWe investigate the dynamics and pattern formation of two ring dark solitons in a two-dimensional bina ... - Quantum signatures of chaos, thermalization, and tunneling in the exactly solvable few-body kicked top

Author(s): Shruti Dogra, Vaibhav Madhok, and Arul LakshminarayanExactly solvable models that exhibit quantum signatures of classical chaos are both rare as well as important—more so in view of the fac ... - Microstructure of nonideal methanol binary liquid mixtures

Author(s): I. Essafri and A. GhoufiThe nonideality of binary mixtures is often related to the nature of the interactions between both liquids and of the heterogeneity at the nanoscale-named microstruc ... - Random fiber networks with inclusions: The mechanism of reinforcement

Author(s): M. R. Islam and R. C. PicuThe mechanical behavior of athermal random fiber networks embedding particulate inclusions is studied in this work. Composites in which the filler size is comparab ... - Internal gravity waves in the energy and flux budget turbulence-closure theory for shear-free stably stratified flows

Author(s): N. Kleeorin, I. Rogachevskii, I. A. Soustova, Yu. I. Troitskaya, O. S. Ermakova, and S. ZilitinkevichWe have advanced the energy and flux budget turbulence closure theory that takes into ac ... - Deep neural networks for classifying complex features in diffraction images

Author(s): Julian Zimmermann, Bruno Langbehn, Riccardo Cucini, Michele Di Fraia, Paola Finetti, Aaron C. LaForge, Toshiyuki Nishiyama, Yevheniy Ovcharenko, Paolo Piseri, Oksana Plekan, Kevin C. Prince ... - Phase-field-theory-based lattice Boltzmann equation method for $N$ immiscible incompressible fluids

Author(s): Lin Zheng and Song ZhengFrom the phase field theory, we develop a lattice Boltzmann equation (LBE) method for $N$ ($N≥2$) immiscible incompressible fluids, and the Cahn-Hilliard equation, w ... - Multifront regime of a piecewise-linear FitzHugh-Nagumo model with cross diffusion

Author(s): Evgeny P. Zemskov, Mikhail A. Tsyganov, and Werner HorsthemkeOscillatory reaction-diffusion fronts are described analytically in a piecewise-linear approximation of the FitzHugh-Nagumo equa ... - Brillouin spectroscopy of biorelevant fluids in relation to viscosity and solute concentration

Author(s): S. V. Adichtchev, Yu. A. Karpegina, K. A. Okotrub, M. A. Surovtseva, V. A. Zykova, and N. V. SurovtsevThe measurement of intracellular viscoelastic properties by Brillouin scattering is a r ... - Free-energy cost of localizing a single monomer of a confined polymer

Author(s): James M. Polson and Zakary R. N. McLureWe describe a simple Monte Carlo simulation method to calculate the free-energy cost of localizing a single monomer of a polymer confined to a cavity. ... - Transport dynamics of charged colloidal particles during directional drying of suspensions in a confined microchannel

Author(s): Jize SuiDirectional drying of colloidal suspensions, experimentally observed to exhibit mechanical instabilities, is a nonequilibrium procedure that is susceptible to geometric confinement ... - Thomson scattering cross section in a magnetized, high-density plasma

Author(s): A. F. A. Bott and G. GregoriWe calculate the Thomson scattering cross section in a nonrelativistic, magnetized, high-density plasma—in a regime where collective excitations can be described ... - Near-field thermal emission by periodic arrays

Author(s): Sheila EdalatpourNear-field thermal emission can be engineered by using periodic arrays of subwavelength emitters. The array thermal emission is dependent on the shape, size, and material p ... - Ex-ante measure of patent quality reveals intrinsic fitness for citation-network growth

Author(s): K. W. Higham, M. Governale, A. B. Jaffe, and U. ZülickeWe have constructed a fitness parameter, characterizing the intrinsic attractiveness for patents to be cited, from attributes of the a ... - Dynamically generated hierarchies in games of competition

Author(s): Barton L. Brown, Hildegard Meyer-Ortmanns, and Michel PleimlingSpatial many-species predator-prey systems have been shown to yield very rich space-time patterns. This observation begs the q ... - Density fluctuations and random walks in an overdamped and supercooled simple liquid

Author(s): E. B. PostnikovIn this work, the short-time dynamics of simple liquid is explored both analytically and numerically with the focus on the interplay between the density fluctuations in a vol ... - Mori-Zwanzig projection operator formalism for far-from-equilibrium systems with time-dependent Hamiltonians

Author(s): Michael te Vrugt and Raphael WittkowskiThe Mori-Zwanzig projection operator formalism is a powerful method for the derivation of mesoscopic and macroscopic theories based on known microscop ... - Noise-induced desynchronization and stochastic escape from equilibrium in complex networks

Author(s): M. Tyloo, R. Delabays, and Ph. JacquodComplex physical systems are unavoidably subjected to external environments not accounted for in the set of differential equations that models them. Th ... - Traffic flow in a crowd of pedestrians walking at different speeds

Author(s): Akihiro Fujita, Claudio Feliciani, Daichi Yanagisawa, and Katsuhiro NishinariThis study investigates motion in a crowd of pedestrians walking at different speeds. Three pedestrian groups ar ... - Noise-induced spiking-bursting transition in the neuron model with the blue sky catastrophe

Author(s): Irina Bashkirtseva, Lev Ryashko, and Evdokia SlepukhinaWe study a special variant of the noise-induced transition between spiking and bursting regimes associated with the blue sky catastrop ... - Chaotic tip trajectories of a single spiral wave in the presence of heterogeneities

Author(s): Daniel M. Lombardo and Wouter-Jan RappelSpiral waves have been observed in a variety of physical, chemical, and biological systems. They play a major role in cardiac arrhythmias, including ... - Self-propulsion of symmetric chemically active particles: Point-source model and experiments on camphor disks

Author(s): Dolachai Boniface, Cécile Cottin-Bizonne, Ronan Kervil, Christophe Ybert, and François DetcheverrySolid undeformable particles surrounded by a liquid medium or interface may propel themselv ... - Metastable room-temperature twist-bend nematic phases via photopolymerization

Author(s): Nina Trbojevic, Daniel J. Read, and Mamatha NagarajThe heliconical twist-bend nematic (${N}_{\mathrm{TB}}$) phase is a promising candidate for novel electro-optic and photonic applications. ... - Coupled molecular-dynamics and finite-element-method simulations for the kinetics of particles subjected to field-mediated forces

Author(s): Michele Cascio, Davide Baroli, Stephane Bordas, Ioannis Deretzis, Giuseppe Falci, Antonino Magliano, and Antonino La MagnaA computational approach that couples molecular-dynamics (MD) and t ... - Hurst entropy: A method to determine predictability in a binary series based on a fractal-related process

Author(s): Mariana Sacrini Ayres Ferraz and Alexandre Hiroaki KiharaShannon's concept of information is related to predictability. In a binary series, the value of information relies on the frequ ... - Effect of filtered feedback on birhythmicity: Suppression of birhythmic oscillation

Author(s): Debabrata Biswas, Tanmoy Banerjee, and Jürgen KurthsThe birhythmic oscillation, generally known as birhythmicity, arises in a plethora of physical, chemical, and biological systems. In this ... - Vortex revivals and Fermi-Pasta-Ulam-Tsingou recurrence

Author(s): Angel Paredes, José Blanco-Labrador, David N. Olivieri, José R. Salgueiro, and Humberto MichinelWe study the self-trapped vortex-ring eigenstates of the two-dimensional Schrödinger equation ... - Effects of time-periodic forcing in a Cahn-Hilliard model for Langmuir-Blodgett transfer

Author(s): Phong-Minh Timmy Ly, Uwe Thiele, Lifeng Chi, and Svetlana V. GurevichThe influence of a temporal forcing on the pattern formation in Langmuir-Blodgett transfer is studied employing a genera ... - Inhibition-induced explosive synchronization in multiplex networks

Author(s): Sarika Jalan, Vasundhara Rathore, Ajay Deep Kachhvah, and Alok YadavTo date, explosive synchronization (ES) in a network is shown to be originated from considering either degree-frequency c ... - Random walker's view of networks whose growth it shapes

Author(s): Robert J. H. Ross, Charlotte Strandkvist, and Walter FontanaWe study a simple model in which the growth of a network is determined by the location of one or more random walkers. Depending o ... - Approximate perturbative solutions of quasispecies model with recombination

Author(s): David B. Saakian, Jin Ming Koh, and Kang Hao CheongDespite the major roles played by genetic recombination in ecoevolutionary processes, limited progress has been made in analyzing realisti ... - Magnetorheology in saturating fields

Author(s): Jose R. Morillas and Juan de VicenteUnderstanding magnetorheology in saturating fields is crucial for success in high torque applications. In this paper we use numerical computations, analy ... - Thermodynamic approach to the self-diffusiophoresis of colloidal Janus particles

Author(s): Thomas SpeckMost available theoretical predictions for the self-diffusiophoretic motion of colloidal particles are based on the hydrodynamic thin boundary layer approximation in combination ... - Phase transitions in solvent-dependent polymer adsorption in three dimensions

Author(s): C. J. Bradly, A. L. Owczarek, and T. PrellbergWe consider the phase diagram of self-avoiding walks (SAWs) on the simple cubic lattice subject to surface and bulk interactions, modeling an a ... - Effect of disorderness in two-dimensional discrete adiabatic combustion waves in a heterogeneous solid medium under stable regime

Author(s): Naine Tarun Bharat and Debi Prasad MishraThe effect of disorderness for the propagation of stable combustion waves in a two-dimensional discrete adiabatic system are studied by considering ... - Non-Hermitian quasilocalization and ring attractor neural networks

Author(s): Hidenori Tanaka and David R. NelsonDirection-sensitive cells in the brain of a fruit fly were recently discovered to be distributed in a ring geometry. This highlights the interplay between ... - Configurational temperature in dusty plasmas

Author(s): Michael Himpel and André MelzerThe temperature of a dust ensemble in a dusty plasma is one of its most fundamental properties. Here, we present experiments using the configurational tempera ... - Thermal rectification induced by geometrical asymmetry: A two-dimensional multiparticle Lorentz gas model

Author(s): Huan Wang, Yu Yang, Hongyuan Chen, Nianbei Li, and Lifa ZhangWe propose a two-dimensional (2D) multiparticle Lorentz gas model by combining the direct simulation Monte Carlo method with the ... - $XY$ model with antinematic interaction

Author(s): Milan ŽukovičWe consider the $XY$ model with ferromagnetic (FM) and antinematic (AN) nearest-neighbor interactions on a square lattice for a varying interaction strength ratio. Besides the ... - Shannon entropy at avoided crossings in the quantum transition from order to chaos

Author(s): F. J. Arranz, R. M. Benito, and F. BorondoShannon entropy is studied for the series of avoided crossings that characterize the transition from order to chaos in quantum mechanics. In order ... - Neural field theory of evoked response potentials in a spherical brain geometry

Author(s): K. N. Mukta, Xiao Gao, and P. A. RobinsonEvoked response potentials (ERPs) are calculated in spherical and planar geometries using neural field theory of the corticothalamic system. The ERP ... - Mean-field model of boomerang nematic liquid crystals with diminished coupling of molecular uniaxial and biaxial susceptibilities

Author(s): Agnieszka ChrzanowskaThe mean-field theory approach has been applied to the boomerang type particles from P. I. C. Teixeira, A. Masters, and B. Mulder [Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 323, 167 (199 ... - Stability of the lattice kinetic scheme and choice of the free relaxation parameter

Author(s): S. A. Hosseini, C. Coreixas, N. Darabiha, and D. ThéveninThe lattice kinetic scheme (LKS), a modified version of the classical single relaxation time (SRT) lattice Boltzmann method, was ini ... - Lattice Boltzmann method for contact-line motion of binary fluids with high density ratio

Author(s): Hong Liang, Haihu Liu, Zhenhua Chai, and Baochang ShiWithin the phase-field framework, we present an accurate and robust lattice Boltzmann (LB) method for simulating contact-line motion of ... - Anisotropic structural predictor in glassy materials

Author(s): Zohar Schwartzman-Nowik, Edan Lerner, and Eran BouchbinderThere is growing evidence that relaxation in glassy materials, both spontaneous and externally driven, is mediated by localized sof ... - Reduced model of a reaction-diffusion system for the collective motion of camphor boats

Author(s): Kota Ikeda, Shin-Ichiro Ei, Masaharu Nagayama, Mamoru Okamoto, and Akiyasu TomoedaThe unidirectional motion of a camphor boat along an annular water channel is observable. When camphor boat ... - Turing patterns mediated by network topology in homogeneous active systems

Author(s): Sayat Mimar, Mariamo Mussa Juane, Juyong Park, Alberto P. Muñuzuri, and Gourab GhoshalMechanisms of pattern formation—of which the Turing instability is an archetype—constitute an important ... - Coalescence of viscous two-dimensional smectic islands

Author(s): N. S. Shuravin, P. V. Dolganov, and V. K. DolganovFreestanding smectic films give a unique possibility to study two-dimensional coalescence. We report experimental investigations in freesta ... - Deriving the order parameters of a spin-glass model using principal component analysis

Author(s): Hirohito KiwataWe investigate the relationship between the order parameters of spin models and principal component analysis (PCA). PCA is applied to the spin configurations generated from t ... - Histone mark recognition controls nucleosome translocation via a kinetic proofreading mechanism: Confronting theory and high-throughput experiments

Author(s): Ralf Blossey and Helmut SchiesselChromatin remodelers are multidomain enzymatic motor complexes that displace nucleosomes along DNA and hence “remodel chromatin structure,” i.e., they dynam ... - First-passage properties of mortal random walks: Ballistic behavior, effective reduction of dimensionality, and scaling functions for hierarchical graphs

Author(s): V. Balakrishnan, E. Abad, Tim Abil, and John J. KozakWe consider a mortal random walker on a family of hierarchical graphs in the presence of some trap sites. The configuration comprising t ... - Synchronization dynamics of mobile oscillators in the presence of coupling delays

Author(s): Gabriela Petrungaro, Koichiro Uriu, and Luis G. MorelliIndividual biological oscillators can synchronize to generate a collective rhythm. During vertebrate development, mobile cells exchang ... - Mean-field solution of structural balance dynamics in nonzero temperature

Author(s): F. Rabbani, Amir H. Shirazi, and G. R. JafariIn signed networks with simultaneous friendly and hostile interactions, there is a general tendency to a global structural balance, based on the ... - Oscillatory dynamics mechanism induced by protein synthesis time delay in quorum-sensing system

Author(s): Menghan Chen, Haihong Liu, and Fang YanRecent experimental evidence reports that the oscillatory behavior of quorum sensing plays an extremely important role in the process of bacterial syn ... - Ring polymer dynamics and tumbling-stretch transitions in planar mixed flows

Author(s): Charles D. Young, June R. Qian, Michael Marvin, and Charles E. SingThe properties of dilute polymer solutions are governed by the conformational dynamics of individual polymers which can be ... - Asymmetric rectified electric fields between parallel electrodes: Numerical and scaling analyses

Author(s): S. M. H. Hashemi Amrei, Gregory H. Miller, and William D. RistenpartRecent computational and experimental work has established the existence of asymmetric rectified electric fields (AREFs), ... - Machine learning topological defects of confined liquid crystals in two dimensions

Author(s): Michael Walters, Qianshi Wei, and Jeff Z. Y. ChenSupervised machine learning can be used to classify images with spatially correlated physical features. We demonstrate the concept by using ... - Effects of surfactant transport on electrodeformation of a viscous drop

Author(s): Herve Nganguia, On Shun Pak, and Y.-N. YoungIn this work we quantify the effects of surfactant transport on the deformation of a viscous drop under a DC electric field. We study how convect ... - Minimal surfaces in porous media: Pore-scale imaging of multiphase flow in an altered-wettability Bentheimer sandstone

Author(s): Qingyang Lin, Branko Bijeljic, Steffen Berg, Ronny Pini, Martin J. Blunt, and Samuel KrevorHigh-resolution x-ray imaging is used in combination with measurements of permeability and capilla ... - Plasma-grain interaction mediated by streaming non-Maxwellian ions

Author(s): Sita Sundar and Zhandos A. MoldabekovA comprehensive parametric study of plasma-grain interaction for non-Maxwellian streaming ions in steady-state employing particle-in-cell simulations is ... - Application of the Onsager-Machlup integral in solving dynamic equations in nonequilibrium systems

Author(s): Masao Doi, Jiajia Zhou, Yana Di, and Xianmin XuIn 1931, Onsager proposed a variational principle which has become the base of many kinetic equations for nonequilibrium systems. We have been ... - Decay of the distance autocorrelation and Lyapunov exponents

Author(s): C. F. O. Mendes, R. M. da Silva, and M. W. BeimsThis work presents numerical evidence that for discrete dynamical systems with one positive Lyapunov exponent the decay of the distance autoc ... - Anomalous intracellular transport phases depend on cytoskeletal network features

Author(s): Bryan Maelfeyt, S. M. Ali Tabei, and Ajay GopinathanIntracellular transport in eukaryotic cells consists of phases of passive, diffusion-based transport and active, motor-driven transport a ... - Classical nucleation theory for the crystallization kinetics in sheared liquids

Author(s): David Richard and Thomas SpeckWhile statistical mechanics provides a comprehensive framework for the understanding of equilibrium phase behavior, predicting the kinetics of phase transforma ... - Derivation of a Langevin equation in a system with multiple scales: The case of negative temperatures

Author(s): Marco Baldovin, Angelo Vulpiani, Andrea Puglisi, and Antonio PradosWe consider the problem of building a continuous stochastic model, i.e., a Langevin or Fokker-Planck equation, through a w ... - Large Mpemba-like effect in a gas of inelastic rough hard spheres

Author(s): Aurora Torrente, Miguel A. López-Castaño, Antonio Lasanta, Francisco Vega Reyes, Antonio Prados, and Andrés SantosWe report the emergence of a giant Mpemba effect in the uniformly heated ga ... - Gate-controlled phase switching in a parametron

Author(s): Ž. Nosan, P. Märki, N. Hauff, C. Knaut, and A. EichlerThe parametron, a resonator-based logic device, is a promising physical platform for emerging computational paradigms. When the paramet ... - Diversity of collective migration patterns of invasive breast cancer cells emerging during microtrack invasion

Author(s): Ruchuan Liu, Kena Song, Zhijian Hu, Wenbin Cao, Jianwei Shuai, Shaohua Chen, Hanqing Nan, Yu Zheng, Xuefeng Jiang, Hongfei Zhang, Weijing Han, Yong Liao, Junle Qu, Yang Jiao, and Liyu LiuUn ... - Orientational order and morphology of clusters of self-assembled Janus swimmers

Author(s): Francisco Alarcon, Eloy Navarro-Argemí, Chantal Valeriani, and Ignacio PagonabarragaDue to the combined effect of anisotropic interactions and activity, Janus swimmers are capable to self-a ... - Solitary waves in a granular chain of elastic spheres: Multiple solitary solutions and their stabilities

Author(s): Zhi-Guo Liu, Yue-Sheng Wang, and Guoliang HuangA granular chain of elastic spheres via Hertzian contact incorporates a classical nonlinear force model describing dynamical elastic solitary ... - Generation of ice states through deep reinforcement learning

Author(s): Kai-Wen Zhao, Wen-Han Kao, Kai-Hsin Wu, and Ying-Jer KaoWe present a deep reinforcement learning framework where a machine agent is trained to search for a policy to generate a ground state ... - Vector field divergence of predictive model output as indication of phase transitions

Author(s): Frank Schäfer and Niels LörchWe introduce an alternative method to identify phase boundaries in physical systems. It is based on training a predictive model such as a neural network to infe ... - Different measures for characterizing the motion of molecules along a temperature gradient

Author(s): Oded FaragoWe study the motion of a Brownian particle in a medium with inhomogeneous temperature. In the overdamped regime of low Reynolds numbers, the probability distribution function (PD ... - Lacunarity of the zero crossings of Gaussian processes

Author(s): A. Ogunshemi, K. I. Hopcraft, and S. P. PrestonA lacunarity analysis of the zero crossings derived from Gaussian stochastic processes with oscillatory autocorrelation functions is evaluated ... - Direct numerical simulation and Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes modeling of the sudden viscous dissipation for multicomponent turbulence

Author(s): Alejandro Campos and Brandon E. MorganSimulations of a turbulent multicomponent fluid mixture undergoing isotropic deformations are carried out to investigate the sudden viscous dissipation ... - Ensemble dependence of critical Casimir forces in films with Dirichlet boundary conditions

Author(s): Christian M. Rohwer, Alessio Squarcini, Oleg Vasilyev, S. Dietrich, and Markus GrossIn a recent study [Phys. Rev. E 94, 022103 (2016)] it has been shown that, for a fluid film subject to cr … - Generalized self-consistent reservoir model for normal and anomalous heat transport in quantum harmonic chains

Author(s): Kiminori Hattori and Miyuki YoshikawaFictitious stochastic reservoirs incorporate scattering and dephasing mechanisms into the system in contact with these reservoirs. The reservoir-system … - Delocalization and heat transport in multidimensional trapped ion systems

Author(s): A. Ruiz-García, J. J. Fernández, and D. AlonsoWe study the connection between heat transport properties of systems coupled to different thermal baths in two separate regions and their under …