- Mean-field theories for depinning and their experimental signatures

Author(s): Cathelijne ter Burg and Kay Jörg WieseMean-field theory is an approximation replacing an extended system by a few variables. For depinning of elastic manifolds, these are the position $u$ o … - Effects of degree distributions in random networks of type-I neurons

Author(s): Carlo R. LaingWe consider large networks of theta neurons and use the Ott-Antonsen ansatz to derive degree-based mean-field equations governing the expected dynamics of the networks. Assumi … - Reaction coupling in ADH1A alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme by exciplex formation with adenosine diphosphate moderated by low-energy electronic excited states

Author(s): Igor Khmelinskii and Vladimir I. MakarovTwo commonly accepted theories about enzymes were revisited. The first states that adenosine triphosphate (ATP)–stored energy is only released when t … - Analytic determination of lung microgeometry with gas diffusion magnetic resonance

Author(s): Niels BuhlThrough inhalation of, e.g., hyperpolarized $^{3}\mathrm{He}$, it is possible to acquire gas diffusion magnetic resonance measurements that depend on the local geometry in the vas … - Yielding in an amorphous solid subject to constant stress at finite temperatures

Author(s): Haiyan Xu, Juan Carlos Andresen, and Ido RegevUnderstanding the nature of the yield transition is a long-standing problem in the physics of amorphous solids. Here we use molecular dynamics … - Influence of interaction softness on phase separation of active particles

Author(s): Monika Sanoria, Raghunath Chelakkot, and Amitabha NandiUsing a minimal model of active Brownian particles, we study the effect of a crucial parameter, namely the softness of the interpartic … - Emergence of linear isotropic elasticity in amorphous and polycrystalline materials

Author(s): Shivam Mahajan, Joyjit Chattoraj, and Massimo Pica CiamarraWe investigate the emergence of isotropic linear elasticity in amorphous and polycrystalline solids via extensive numerical simula … - Tailored nematic and magnetization profiles on two-dimensional polygons

Author(s): Yucen Han, Joseph Harris, Joshua Walton, and Apala MajumdarWe study dilute suspensions of magnetic nanoparticles in a nematic host, on two-dimensional polygons. These systems are described … - Controlling crackling dynamics by triggering low-intensity avalanches

Author(s): Jonathan Barés and Daniel BonamyWe examine the effect of small, spatially localized excitations applied periodically in different manners, on the crackling dynamics of a brittle crack drive … - Four-dimensional imaging and free-energy analysis of sudden pore-filling events in wicking of yarns

Author(s): Robert Fischer, Christian M. Schlepütz, Dirk Hegemann, René M. Rossi, Dominique Derome, and Jan CarmelietWhat are the mechanisms at play in the spontaneous imbibition dynamics in polyethyle … - Phase reduction technique on a target region

Author(s): Makoto IimaWe propose a phase reduction technique that provides the phase sensitivity function, which is one of the essential functions in phase reduction theory, on a target region. A syst … - Gradient flows and proximal splitting methods: A unified view on accelerated and stochastic optimization

Author(s): Guilherme França, Daniel P. Robinson, and René VidalOptimization is at the heart of machine learning, statistics, and many applied scientific disciplines. It also has a long history in phys … - Effect of attractions on the hard-sphere dynamic universality class

Author(s): Leticia López Flores, José Manuel Olais-Govea, Martín Chávez-Páez, and Magdaleno Medina-NoyolaThe fundamental understanding of the dynamic and transport properties of liquids is crucial for … - Kapitza thermal resistance in linear and nonlinear chain models: Isotopic defect

Author(s): O. V. Gendelman and Jithu PaulKapitza resistance in the chain models with internal defects is considered. For the case of the linear chain, the exact analytic solution for the boundary resi … - Dissipative switching waves and solitons in the systems with spontaneously broken symmetry

Author(s): D. Dolinina and A. YulinThe paper addresses the bistability caused by spontaneous symmetry breaking bifurcation in a one-dimensional periodically corrugated nonlinear waveguide pumped by co … - Evolutionary advantage of a dissociative search mechanism in DNA mismatch repair

Author(s): Kyle Crocker, James London, Andrés Medina, Richard Fishel, and Ralf BundschuhProtein complexes involved in DNA mismatch repair diffuse along dsDNA as sliding clamps in order to locate a hem … - Momentum distribution function and short-range correlations of the warm dense electron gas: Ab initio quantum Monte Carlo results

Author(s): Kai Hunger, Tim Schoof, Tobias Dornheim, Michael Bonitz, and Alexey FilinovIn a classical plasma the momentum distribution, $n(k)$, decays exponentially, for large $k$, and the same is obse … - Algorithmic augmentation in the pseudopotential-based lattice Boltzmann method for simulating the pool boiling phenomenon with high-density ratio

Author(s): Aritra Mukherjee, Dipankar N. Basu, and Pranab K. MondalThe pseudopotential-based lattice Boltzmann method (LBM), despite enormous potential in facilitating natural development and migratio … - Scarring in classical chaotic dynamics with noise

Author(s): Domenico Lippolis, Akira Shudo, Kensuke Yoshida, and Hajime YoshinoWe report the numerical observation of scarring, which is enhancement of probability density around unstable periodic orbi … - Geometrical frustration and cluster spin glass with random graphs

Author(s): Alexandre Silveira, R. Erichsen, Jr., and S. G. MagalhãesWe develop a based on a sparse random graph to account for the interplay between geometric frustration and disorder in cluster magne … - Fluctuation theorems from Bayesian retrodiction

Author(s): Francesco Buscemi and Valerio ScaraniQuantitative studies of irreversibility in statistical mechanics often involve the consideration of a reverse process, whose definition has been the obj … - Impact of presymptomatic transmission on epidemic spreading in contact networks: A dynamic message-passing analysis

Author(s): Bo Li and David SaadInfectious diseases that incorporate presymptomatic transmission are challenging to monitor, model, predict, and contain. We address this scenario by studying a variant … - Building surrogate temporal network data from observed backbones

Author(s): Charley Presigny, Petter Holme, and Alain BarratMany systems of socioeconomic interests find a convenient representation in the form of temporal networks, i.e., sets of nodes and interactio … - Kinetic instability in inductively oscillatory plasma equilibrium

Author(s): F. Cruz, T. Grismayer, and L. O. SilvaA uniform in space, oscillatory in time plasma equilibrium sustained by a time-dependent current density is analytically and numerically studied resort … - Signal estimation and filtering from quantized observations via adaptive stochastic resonance

Author(s): Fei Li, Fabing Duan, François Chapeau-Blondeau, and Derek AbbottUsing a gradient-based algorithm, we investigate signal estimation and filtering in a large-scale summing network of single-b … - Optimal escape-and-feeding dynamics of random walkers: Rethinking the convenience of ballistic strategies

Author(s): Daniel Campos, Javier Cristín, and Vicenç MéndezExcited random walks represent a convenient model to study food intake in a media which is progressively depleted by the walker. Trajectories … - Modulation instability in helicoidal spin-orbit coupled open Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): Phelo Otlaadisa, Conrad Bertrand Tabi, and Timoléon Crépin KofanéWe introduce a vector form of the cubic complex Ginzburg-Landau equation describing the dynamics of dissipative solitons in … - Heider and coevolutionary balance: From discrete to continuous phase transition

Author(s): A. Kargaran and G. R. JafariStructural balance in social complex networks has been modeled with two types of triplet interactions. First is the interaction that only considers the dynamic r … - Impact of colonization history on the composition of ecological systems

Author(s): Nannan Zhao, Serguei Saavedra, and Yang-Yu LiuObservational studies of ecological systems have shown that different species compositions can arise from distinct species arrival orders durin … - Stationary distributions of propelled particles as a system with quenched disorder

Author(s): Derek FrydelThis article is the exploration of the viewpoint within which propelled particles in a steady state are regarded as a system with quenched disorder. The analogy is exact when th … - Energetic $α$-particle sources produced through proton-boron reactions by high-energy high-intensity laser beams

Author(s): J. Bonvalet, Ph. Nicolaï, D. Raffestin, E. D'humieres, D. Batani, V. Tikhonchuk, V. Kantarelou, L. Giuffrida, M. Tosca, G. Korn, A. Picciotto, A. Morace, Y. Abe, Y. Arikawa, S. Fujioka … - Simulations and experiments of phase separation in binary dusty plasmas

Author(s): Stefan Schütt and André MelzerMolecular dynamics simulations of binary dusty plasmas have been performed and their behavior with respect to the phase separation process has been analyzed. T … - Percolation thresholds on a triangular lattice for neighborhoods containing sites up to the fifth coordination zone

Author(s): Krzysztof MalarzWe determine thresholds ${p}_{c}$ for random-site percolation on a triangular lattice for all available neighborhoods containing sites from the first to the fifth coordinati … - Missing-level statistics in a dissipative microwave resonator with partially violated time-reversal invariance

Author(s): Małgorzata Białous, Barbara Dietz, and Leszek SirkoWe report on the experimental investigation of the fluctuation properties in the resonance frequency spectra of a flat resonator simulatin … - Nonlinear scattering by non-Hermitian multilayers with saturation effects

Author(s): O. V. Shramkova, K. G. Makris, D. N. Christodoulides, and G. P. TsironisWe theoretically investigate the optical properties of a one-dimensional non-Hermitian dispersive layered system with … - Mean-field solution for critical behavior of signed networks in competitive balance theory

Author(s): R. Masoumi, F. Oloomi, A. Kargaran, A. Hosseiny, and G. R. JafariThe competitive balance model has been proposed as an extension to the balance model to address the conflict of interests in … - Learning heterogenous reaction rates from stochastic simulations

Author(s): Ariana Torres-Knoop and Ivan KryvenReaction rate equations are ordinary differential equations that are frequently used to describe deterministic chemical kinetics at the macroscopic scale. … - Enhanced diffusion of a tracer particle in a lattice model of a crowded active system

Author(s): Leila Abbaspour and Stefan KlumppLiving systems at the subcellular, cellular, and multicellular levels are often crowded systems that contain active particles. The active motion of these pa … - Active noise-driven particles under space-dependent friction in one dimension

Author(s): D. Breoni, H. Löwen, and R. BlosseyWe study a Langevin equation describing the stochastic motion of a particle in one dimension with coordinate $x$, which is simultaneously exposed to a spa … - Coupled heat pulse propagation in two-fluid plasmas

Author(s): S. Jin, A. H. Reiman, and N. J. FischBecause of the large mass differences between electrons and ions, the heat diffusion in electron-ion plasmas exhibits more complex behavior than simple … - Quasi-Markovian property of strong wave turbulence

Author(s): Wonjung LeeThis paper is concerned with the reduced-order modeling of the strongly nonlinear wave turbulence system. The motivation for such an attempt comes from the utility of the probabi … - Entropy scaling close to criticality: From simple to metallic systems

Author(s): Caroline Desgranges and Jerome DelhommelleEntropy has recently drawn considerable interest both as a marker to detect the onset of phase transitions and as a reaction coordinate, or collect … - Statistics of percolating clusters in a model of photosynthetic bacteria

Author(s): Jean-Christian Anglès d'Auriac and Ferenc IglóiIn photosynthetic organisms the energy of the illuminating light is absorbed by the antenna complexes and transmitted by the excitons to … - Stochastic thermodynamics of nanoscale friction

Author(s): P. C. Torche, P. Nicolini, T. Polcar, and O. HovorkaDeveloping the thermodynamics of nanoscale friction is needed in a wide range of tribological applications, where the key objective is to … - How attractive and repulsive interactions affect structure ordering and dynamics of glass-forming liquids

Author(s): Ankit Singh and Yashwant SinghThe theory developed in our previous papers [Phys. Rev. E 99, 030101(R) (2019); Phys. Rev. E 103, 032611 (2021)] is applied in this paper to investigate the de … - Self-organized criticality in cumulus clouds

Author(s): M. N. Najafi, J. Cheraghalizadeh, and H. J. HerrmannThe shape of clouds has proven to be essential for classifying them. Our analysis of images from fair weather cumulus clouds reveals that … - Interplay between coherent and incoherent decay processes in chaotic systems: The role of quantum interference

Author(s): Camilo Moreno and Juan-Diego UrbinaThe population decay due to a small opening in an otherwise closed cavity supporting chaotic classical dynamics displays a quantum correction on top of th … - Discrete breathers in a triangular $β$-Fermi-Pasta-Ulam-Tsingou lattice

Author(s): Rita I. Babicheva, Alexander S. Semenov, Elvira G. Soboleva, Aleksey A. Kudreyko, Kun Zhou, and Sergey V. DmitrievA practical approach to the search for (quasi-) discrete breathers (DBs) in … - Data-driven phase-isostable reduction for optimal nonfeedback stabilization of cardiac alternans

Author(s): Tuhin Subhra Das and Dan WilsonPhase-isostable reduction is an emerging model reduction strategy that can be used to accurately replicate nonlinear behaviors in systems for which standard p … - Characterizing the voltage fluctuations driven by a cluster of ligand-gated channels

Author(s): Jia-Zeng Wang and Yan-Hua FanIn this paper we present the properties of the voltage fluctuations driven by a cluster of ligand-gated channels. First, the second-order moment of the voltage … - Molecular-statistical theory of elasticity in nematic liquid crystals composed of polar and nonpolar molecules

Author(s): M. A. Osipov, A. A. Antonov, and M. V. GorkunovA molecular-statistical theory of the orientational elasticity of nematic liquid crystals has been developed employing the orientational defor … - Spinodal stratification in micellar films between oil and silica

Author(s): Gaëlle Rondepierre, François Lequeux, Emilie Verneuil, Nicolas Passade-Boupat, and Laurence TaliniWe report on the thinning mechanisms of supported films of surfactant $(n\mathrm{TAB})$ sol … - Understanding population annealing Monte Carlo simulations

Author(s): Martin Weigel, Lev Barash, Lev Shchur, and Wolfhard JankePopulation annealing is a recent addition to the arsenal of the practitioner in computer simulations in statistical physics and it p … - Multiplicative noise can induce a velocity change of propagating dissipative solitons

Author(s): Orazio Descalzi, Carlos Cartes, and Helmut R. BrandWe investigate the influence of spatially homogeneous multiplicative noise on propagating dissipative solitons (DSs) of the cubic complex … - Jump-precursor state emerges below the crossover temperature in supercooled $o$-terphenyl

Author(s): Harveen Kaur and Mark A. BergIn a supercooled liquid, the crossover temperature ${T}_{c}$ separates a high-temperature region of diffusive dynamics from a low-temperature region of activate … - Reactive flux theory for finite potential barriers

Author(s): Zhan-Wu BaiMotivated by developing a simple, accurate, and widely applicable approach to incorporate the finite barrier correction in analytical calculation of the escape rate, the reactive … - Initial-state dependence of thermodynamic dissipation for any quantum process

Author(s): Paul M. Riechers and Mile GuExact results about the nonequilibrium thermodynamics of open quantum systems at arbitrary timescales are obtained by considering all possible variations of init … - Interaction of dissipative solitons stabilized by nonlinear gradient terms

Author(s): Orazio Descalzi, Carlos Cartes, and Helmut R. BrandWe study the interaction of stable dissipative solitons of the cubic complex Ginzburg-Landau equation which are stabilized only by nonline … - Relative importance of electrostatic and van der Waals forces in particle adhesion to rough conducting surfaces

Author(s): Siddharth Rajupet, Adriaan A. Riet, Qizan Chen, Mamadou Sow, and Daniel J. LacksIt is commonly assumed that van der Waals forces dominate adhesion in dry systems and electrostatic forces ar … - Exact results on high-dimensional linear regression via statistical physics

Author(s): Alexander Mozeika, Mansoor Sheikh, Fabian Aguirre-Lopez, Fabrizio Antenucci, and Anthony C. C. CoolenIt is clear that conventional statistical inference protocols need to be revised to deal … - Statistical properties of the heat flux between two nonequilibrium steady-state thermostats

Author(s): Mona Lameche and Antoine NaertWe address the question of transport of heat in out-of-equilibrium systems. The experimental setup consists in two coupled granular gas nonequilibrium steady-s … - High-frequency pacing of scroll waves in a three-dimensional slab model of cardiac tissue

Author(s): Sergei F. Pravdin, Timur V. Nezlobinsky, Alexander V. Panfilov, and Hans DierckxVortices in excitable media underlie dangerous cardiac arrhythmias. One way to eliminate them is by stimulati … - Contribution of internal degree of freedom of soft molecules to Soret effect

Author(s): Takeaki Araki and Natsumi ChikakiyoPlacing a fluid mixture in a temperature gradient can cause concentration gradients to build up, a phenomenon called the Soret effect. The authors simulat … - Symmetry properties of nonlinear hydrodynamic interactions between responsive particles

Author(s): Yulia Sokolov and Haim DiamantTwo identical particles driven by the same steady force through a viscous fluid may move relative to one another due to hydrodynamic interactions. The presence … - Phonon wave-packet simulations using the quantized definition of energy and a temperature-dependent phonon dispersion relation and phonon density of states

Author(s): Amir Behbahanian and Nicholas A. RobertsWave-packet simulations, regarded as phonon dynamics in the literature, have been used to explore interface conductance problems and to study the fre … - Cumulant generating functions of a tracer in quenched dense symmetric exclusion processes

Author(s): Alexis Poncet, Olivier Bénichou, and Pierre IllienThe symmetric exclusion process (SEP), where particles hop on a one-dimensional lattice with the restriction that there can only be one par … - Simultaneous memory effects in the stress and in the dielectric susceptibility of a stretched polymer glass

Author(s): J. Hem, C. Crauste-Thibierge, F. Clément, D. R. Long, and S. CilibertoWe report experimental evidence that a polymer stretched at constant strain rate $\stackrel{̇}{λ}$ presents complex mem … - First hitting times between a run-and-tumble particle and a stochastically gated target

Author(s): Gabriel Mercado-Vásquez and Denis BoyerWe study the statistics of the first hitting time between a one-dimensional run-and-tumble particle and a target site that switches intermittently bet … - Thermodynamics of memory erasure via a spin reservoir

Author(s): T. Croucher and J. A. VaccaroThermodynamics with multiple conserved quantities offers a promising direction for designing novel devices. For example, Vaccaro and Barnett's [J. A. Vacca … - Work fluctuations due to partial thermalizations in two-level systems

Author(s): Maria Quadeer, Kamil Korzekwa, and Marco TomamichelWe study work extraction processes mediated by finite-time interactions with an ambient bath—partial thermalizations—as continuous-time Ma … - What adaptive neuronal networks teach us about power grids

Author(s): Rico Berner, Serhiy Yanchuk, and Eckehard SchöllPower grid networks, as well as neuronal networks with synaptic plasticity, describe real-world systems of tremendous importance for our dail … - Percolation of attack with tunable limited knowledge

Author(s): Yilun ShangPercolation models shed a light on network integrity and functionality and have numerous applications in network theory. This paper studies a targeted percolation ($α$ model) wit … - Internal circulation and mixing within tight-squeezing deformable droplets

Author(s): Jacob R. Gissinger, Alexander Z. Zinchenko, and Robert H. DavisThe internal flow and mixing properties inside deformable droplets, after reaching the steady state within two types of passiv … - Rotational symmetry of the multiple-relaxation-time collision model

Author(s): Xuhui Li (李旭晖) and Xiaowen Shan (单肖文)We point out that the minimal components of the tensorial moments of the distribution that can be independently relaxed in collision without violating r … - Explicit volume-preserving numerical schemes for relativistic trajectories and spin dynamics

Author(s): Renan Cabrera, Andre G. Campos, Denys I. Bondar, Steve MacLean, and François Fillion-GourdeauA class of explicit numerical schemes is developed to solve for the relativistic dynamics and sp … - Emergent slow dynamics of collapsed polymers flowing through porous media

Author(s): Hsieh Chen and Martin E. PoitzschUsing hydrodynamic simulations, we study the single polymers flowing through model porous media (close-packed colloidal crystal). In good solvent or high fl … - Nonmonotonic confining potential and eigenvalue density transition for generalized random matrix model

Author(s): Swapnil Yadav, Kazi Alam, K. A. Muttalib, and Dong WangWe consider several limiting cases of the joint probability distribution for a random matrix ensemble with an additional interaction t … - Generation of virtual potentials by controlled feedback in electric circuit systems

Author(s): Hsin Chang, Kuan-Hsun Chiang, Yonggun Jun, Pik-Yin Lai, and Yung-Fu ChenElectric circuits influenced by thermal noise are analogous to confined Brownian particles and can be an alternative … - Peierls-Nabarro barrier effect in nonlinear Floquet topological insulators

Author(s): Mark J. Ablowitz, Justin T. Cole, Pipi Hu, and Peter RosenthalThe Peierls-Nabarro barrier is a discrete effect that frequently occurs in discrete nonlinear systems. A signature of the barri … - Nonlinear statistical mechanics drives intrinsic electrostriction and volumetric torque in polymer networks

Author(s): Matthew Grasinger, Carmel Majidi, and Kaushik DayalStatistical mechanics is an important tool for understanding polymer electroelasticity because the elasticity of polymers is primarily due … - Nonreciprocal response of a two-dimensional fluid with odd viscosity

Author(s): Yuto Hosaka, Shigeyuki Komura, and David AndelmanWe discuss the linear hydrodynamic response of a two-dimensional active chiral compressible fluid with odd viscosity. The viscosity coeffici … - Transport and fluctuations in mass aggregation processes: Mobility-driven clustering

Author(s): Subhadip Chakraborti, Tanmoy Chakraborty, Arghya Das, Rahul Dandekar, and Punyabrata PradhanWe calculate the bulk-diffusion coefficient and the conductivity in nonequilibrium conserved-mass … - Breaking universality in random sequential adsorption on a square lattice with long-range correlated defects

Author(s): Sumanta Kundu and Dipanjan MandalJamming and percolation transitions in the standard random sequential adsorption of particles on regular lattices are characterized by a universal set of cr … - Bilayer Coulomb phase of two-dimensional dimer models: Absence of power-law columnar order

Author(s): Nisheeta Desai, Sumiran Pujari, and Kedar DamleUsing renormalization group (RG) analyses and Monte Carlo (MC) simulations, we study the fully packed dimer model on the bilayer square lattic … - Effect of boundaries on noninteracting weakly active particles in different geometries

Author(s): Michael WangWe study analytically how noninteracting weakly active particles, for which passive Brownian diffusion cannot be neglected and activity can be treated perturbatively, distribute … - Experimental assessment of the effective friction at the base of granular chute flows on a smooth incline

Author(s): Olivier Roche, Siet van den Wildenberg, Alexandre Valance, Renaud Delannay, Anne Mangeney, Lucas Corna, and Thierry LatchimyWe report on direct measurements of the basal force components fo … - Linear and nonlinear hydromagnetic stability in laminar and turbulent flows

Author(s): Itzhak Fouxon, Joshua Feinberg, and Michael MondWe consider the evolution of arbitrarily large perturbations of a prescribed pure hydrodynamical flow of an electrically conducting fluid. We … - Evaporation and propagation of liquid drop streams at vacuum pressures: Experiments and modeling

Author(s): Daniel R. Guildenbecher, John J. Barnard, Thomas W. Grasser, Anthony M. McMaster, Robert B. Campbell, David P. Grote, Prabal Nandy, and Max LightEvaporation of streams of liquid droplets in … - Thickness of a three-sided coin: A molecular dynamics study

Author(s): Gopinath SubramanianThis Letter presents a numerical study across parameter space to calculate the aspect ratio (ratio of length to diameter) of a fair “three-sided coin”: a cylinder that w … - Effect of viscous friction on entropy, entropy production, and entropy extraction rates in underdamped and overdamped media

Author(s): Mesfin Asfaw TayeConsidering viscous friction that varies spatially and temporally, the general expressions for entropy production, free energy, and entropy extraction rates are derived to … - Ioffe-Regel criterion and viscoelastic properties of amorphous solids

Author(s): D. A. Conyuh and Y. M. BeltukovWe show that viscoelastic effects play a crucial role in the damping of vibrational modes in harmonic amorphous solids. The relaxation of a given plane elasti … - Wetting behavior of a colloidal particle trapped at a composite liquid-vapor interface of a binary liquid mixture

Author(s): Hyojeong Kim, Lothar Schimmele, and S. DietrichA partially miscible binary liquid mixture, composed of $A$ and $B$ particles, is considered theoretically under conditions for which a stable … - Improved thermal multiple-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann model for liquid-vapor phase change

Author(s): Shengyuan Zhang, Jun Tang, Huiying Wu, and Rongzong HuangIn this paper, an improved thermal multiple-relaxation-time (MRT) lattice Boltzmann (LB) model is proposed for simulating liquid-vap … - Classification of dark solitons via topological vector potentials

Author(s): L.-C. Zhao, Y.-H. Qin, C. Lee, and J. LiuDark solitons are some of the most interesting nonlinear excitations and are considered to be the one-dimensional topological analogs of vortices. H … - Identification of biophysical interaction patterns in direct coupling analysis

Author(s): Michael Schmidt and Kay HamacherDirect-coupling analysis is a statistical learning method for protein contact prediction based on sequence information alone. The maximum entropy principle l … - Energetics of synchronization for model flagella and cilia

Author(s): Weida Liao and Eric LaugaCells living in fluids at low Reynolds number swim by moving their flagella, often in a synchronized fashion. In this paper the authors study the cellular synchroni … - Proton-boron fusion in a compact scheme of plasma oscillatory confinement

Author(s): Yu. K. Kurilenkov, A. V. Oginov, V. P. Tarakanov, S. Yu. Gus'kov, and I. S. SamoylovWe present the results of experiments on the aneutronic fusion of proton-boron (pB) in a single mini … - Application of percolation, critical-path, and effective-medium theories for calculation of two-phase relative permeability

Author(s): Saurabh Naik, Kirill M. Gerke, Zhenjiang You, and Pavel BedrikovetskyThere has been active development of numerical pore-network simulation of two-phase immiscible flows in porous media in … - Symbolic pregression: Discovering physical laws from distorted video

Author(s): Silviu-Marian Udrescu and Max TegmarkWe present a method for unsupervised learning of equations of motion for objects in raw and optionally distorted unlabeled synthetic video (or, more gen … - Electromagnetic wave transformation in an oscillator medium with growing density

Author(s): A. V. Maslov, A. A. Erykalin, and M. I. BakunovThe model of a medium made of oscillators can describe various materials, including artificial ones made of meta-atoms. Here the transformatio …