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Comment on `Mathematical structure of the three-dimensional (3D) Ising model'Jul 06 2013The review paper by Zhang Zhi-Dong contains many errors and is based on several earlier works that are equally wrong.

Comment on "Conjectures on exact solution of three-dimensional (3D) simple orthorhombic Ising lattices" [arXiv:0705.1045]Nov 12 2008Nov 22 2008It is shown that a recent article by Z.-D. Zhang [arXiv:0705.1045] is in error and violates well-known theorems.

A Simple Method to Reduce Thermodynamic Derivatives by ComputerJan 09 2014Studies in thermodynamics often require the reduction of some first or second order partial derivatives in terms of a smaller basic set. A simple algorithm to perform such a reduction is presented here, together with a review of earlier related works. ... More

The Early History of the Integrable Chiral Potts Model and the Odd-Even ProblemNov 26 2015Jan 18 2016In the first part of this paper I shall discuss the round-about way of how the integrable chiral Potts model was discovered about 30 years ago. As there should be more higher-genus models to be discovered, this might be of interest. In the second part ... More

Rejoinder on "Conjectures on exact solution of three-dimensional (3D) simple orthorhombic Ising lattices"Jan 19 2009Mar 30 2009It is shown that the arguments in the reply of Z.-D. Zhang (arXiv:0812.0194) to the comment arXiv:0811.1802 defending his conjectures in arXiv:0705.1045 are invalid. His conjectures have been thoroughly disproved.

Erroneous solution of three-dimensional (3D) simple orthorhombic Ising latticesSep 04 2012Jun 18 2013The first paper is an invited comment on arXiv:1110.5527 presented at Hypercomplex Seminar 2012 and on sixteen earlier published papers by Zhidong Zhang and Norman H. March. All these works derive from an erroneous solution of the three-dimensional Ising ... More

Onsager algebra and cluster XY-models in a transverse magnetic fieldOct 10 2017Nov 09 2017The correlation functions of certain $n$-cluster XY models are explicitly expressed in terms of those of the standard Ising chain in transverse field.

Quasicrystals: Projections of 5-d Lattice into 2 and 3 DimensionsJun 09 2006We show that generalized Penrose tilings can be obtained by the projection of a cut plane of a 5-dimensional lattice into two dimensions, while 3-d quasiperiodic lattices with overlapping unit cells are its projections into 3d. The frequencies of all ... More

Quantum Loop Subalgebra and Eigenvectors of the Superintegrable Chiral Potts Transfer MatricesJul 02 2009Nov 09 2010It has been shown in earlier works that for Q=0 and L a multiple of N, the ground state sector eigenspace of the superintegrable tau_2(t_q) model is highly degenerate and is generated by a quantum loop algebra L(sl_2). Furthermore, this loop algebra can ... More

Quasicrystals -- The impact of N.G. de BruijnJun 28 2013Aug 22 2013In this paper we put the work of Professor N.G. de Bruijn on quasicrystals in historical context. After briefly discussing what went before, we shall review de Bruijn's work together with recent related theoretical and experimental developments. We conclude ... More

Parafermions in the tau-2 model IIJun 20 2016Many years ago Baxter introduced an inhomogeneous two-dimensional classical spin model, now called the $\tau_2(t)$ model with free boundary conditions, and he specialized the resulting quantum spin-chain Hamiltonian in a special limit to a simple clock ... More

About 30 Years of Integrable Chiral Potts Model, Quantum Groups at Roots of Unity and Cyclic Hypergeometric FunctionsJan 05 2016Jan 08 2016In this paper we discuss the integrable chiral Potts model, as it clearly relates to how we got befriended with Vaughan Jones, whose birthday we celebrated at the Qinhuangdao meeting. Remarkably we can also celebrate the birthday of the model, as it has ... More

Comments concerning the Ising model and two letters by N.H. MarchNov 26 2015Jan 05 2016Two recent articles by Norman H. March that contain misleading statements concerning 3D Ising models, partly based on earlier erroneous work of Z.D. Zhang, are addressed.

Integrable Chiral Potts Model and the Odd-Even Problem in Quantum Groups at Roots of UnityJun 08 2018At roots of unity the $N$-state integrable chiral Potts model and the six-vertex model descend from each other with the $\tau_2$ model as the intermediate. We shall discuss how different gauge choices in the six-vertex model lead to two different quantum ... More

Identities in the Superintegrable Chiral Potts ModelJun 17 2009Jan 03 2010We present proofs for a number of identities that are needed to study the superintegrable chiral Potts model in the $Q\ne0$ sector.

Yang-Baxter EquationsJun 20 2006Preprint of an Encyclopedia article (Encyclopedia of Mathematical Physics, eds. J.-P. Fran\c{c}oise, G.L. Naber and Tsou S.T., Oxford: Elsevier, 2006 (ISBN 978-0-1251-2666-3), volume 5, pages 465-473) extended with an appendix on relations of electric ... More

Q-Dependent Susceptibility in Z-Invariant Pentagrid Ising ModelSep 22 2004Dec 29 2006We study the q-dependent susceptibility chi(q) of a Z-invariant ferromagnetic Ising model on a Penrose tiling, as first introduced by Korepin using de Bruijn's pentagrid for the rapidity lines. The pair-correlation function for this model can be calculated ... More

The N to Infinity Limit of the Chiral Potts ModelMay 29 1993Jun 25 2006We consider the N to infinity limits of the N-state chiral Potts model. We find new weights that satisfy the star-triangle relations with spin variables either taking all the integer values or having values from a continous interval. The models provide ... More

CSOS models descending from chiral Potts models: Degeneracy of the eigenspace and loop algebraNov 26 2015Jan 30 2016Monodromy matrices of the $\tau_2$ model are known to satisfy a Yang--Baxter equation with a six-vertex $R$-matrix as the intertwiner. The commutation relations of the elements of the monodromy matrices are completely determined by this $R$-matrix. We ... More

Eigenvectors in the Superintegrable Model I: sl_2 GeneratorsOct 28 2007May 12 2008In order to calculate correlation functions of the chiral Potts model, one only needs to study the eigenvectors of the superintegrable model. Here we start this study by looking for eigenvectors of the transfer matrix of the periodic tau_2(t)model which ... More

Eigenvectors in the Superintegrable Model II: Ground State SectorMar 20 2008Jul 19 2009In 1993, Baxter gave $2^{m_Q}$ eigenvalues of the transfer matrix of the $N$-state superintegrable chiral Potts model with spin-translation quantum number $Q$, where $m_Q=\lfloor(NL-L-Q)/N\rfloor$. In our previous paper we studied the Q=0 ground state ... More

The Large N Limits of the Chiral Potts ModelJun 04 1999In this paper we study the large-N limits of the integrable N-state chiral Potts model. Three chiral solutions of the star-triangle equations are derived, with states taken from all integers, or from a finite or infinite real interval. These solutions ... More

Overlapping Unit Cells in 3d Quasicrystal StructureJul 05 2005Jun 12 2006A 3-dimensional quasiperiodic lattice, with overlapping unit cells and periodic in one direction, is constructed using grid and projection methods pioneered by de Bruijn. Each unit cell consists of 26 points, of which 22 are the vertices of a convex polytope ... More

The Many Faces of the Chiral Potts ModelSep 02 1996In this talk, we give a brief overview of several aspects of the theory of the chiral Potts model, including higher-genus solutions of the star-triangle and tetrahedron equations, cyclic representations of affine quantum groups, basic hypergeometric functions ... More

Ising Models with Holes: Crossover BehaviorJun 03 2018In order to investigate the effects of connectivity and proximity in the specific heat, a special class of exactly solvable planar layered Ising models has been studied in the thermodynamic limit. The Ising models consist of repeated uniform horizontal ... More

Parafermions in the tau-2 modelFeb 01 2014Jul 04 2014It has been shown recently by Baxter that the $\tau_2(t_q)$ model with open boundary conditions can be solved by the "parafermionic" method of Fendley. In Baxter's paper there are several conjectures, which were formulated based on numerical short-chain ... More

Serre Relations in the Superintegrable ModelOct 22 2012Oct 25 2012We derive the Serre relations for the generators of the quantum loop algebra L(sl_2) of the superintegrable tau_2 model in Q not 0 sectors, thus proving a fundamental conjecture in an earlier paper on the superintegrable chiral Potts model.

Superintegrable chiral Potts model: Proof of the conjecture for the coefficients of the generating function G(t,u)Aug 23 2011In this paper, we prove the conjecture for the coefficients of the two variable generating function used in our previous paper. The conjecture was tested numerically before, but its proof was lacking up to now.

Q-Dependent Susceptibilities in Ferromagnetic Quasiperiodic Z-Invariant Ising ModelsJun 12 2006Dec 29 2006We study the q-dependent susceptibility chi(q) of a series of quasiperiodic Ising models on the square lattice. Several different kinds of aperiodic sequences of couplings are studied, including the Fibonacci and silver-mean sequences. Some identities ... More

The Chiral Potts Models RevisitedJul 27 1994In honor of Onsager's ninetieth birthday, we like to review some exact results obtained so far in the chiral Potts models and to translate these results into language more transparent to physicists, so that experts in Monte Carlo calculations, high and ... More

Some Recent Results on Pair Correlation Functions and Susceptibilities in Exactly Solvable ModelsJun 19 2006Using detailed exact results on pair-correlation functions of Z-invariant Ising models, we can write and run algorithms of polynomial complexity to obtain wavevector-dependent susceptibilities for a variety of Ising systems. Reviewing recent work we compare ... More

Recent Developments on Ising and Chiral Potts ModelJun 09 2006After briefly reviewing selected Ising and chiral Potts model results, we discuss a number of properties of cyclic hypergeometric functions which appear naturally in the description of the integrable chiral Potts model and its three-dimensional generalizations. ... More

Spontaneous Magnetization of the Integrable Chiral Potts ModelMar 25 2010Sep 12 2011We show how $Z$-invariance in the chiral Potts model provides a strategy to calculate the pair correlation in the general integrable chiral Potts model using only the superintegrable eigenvectors. When the distance between the two spins in the correlation ... More

New Results for the Correlation Functions of the Ising Model and the Transverse Ising ChainJan 14 2009May 15 2009In this paper we show how an infinite system of coupled Toda-type nonlinear differential equations derived by one of us can be used efficiently to calculate the time-dependent pair-correlations in the Ising chain in a transverse field. The results are ... More

Specific Heat of Ising Model with Holes: Mathematical Details Using Dimer ApproachesAug 22 2018In this paper, we use the dimer method to obtain the free energy of Ising models consisting of repeated horizontal strips of width $m$ connected by sequences of vertical strings of length $n$ mutually separated by distance $N$, with $N$ arbitrary, to ... More

Spin-spin correlations in central rows of Ising models with holesJul 10 2019In our previous works on infinite horizontal Ising strips of width $m$ alternating with layers of strings of Ising chains of length $n$, we found the surprising result that the specific heats are not much different for different values of $N$, the separation ... More

Transport and Quantum Walk of Nonclassical Light in Coupled WaveguidesJul 19 2008We study the transport and quantum walk of nonclassical light in an array of coupled waveguides which have novel properties like very low decoherence and thus making them ideal for storage of quantum information. We show how squeezing gets turned over ... More

Critical behaviour of the two-dimensional Ising susceptibilitySep 05 2000We report computations of the short-distance and the long-distance (scaling) contributions to the square-lattice Ising susceptibility in zero field close to T_c. Both computations rely on the use of nonlinear partial difference equations for the correlation ... More

The susceptibility of the square lattice Ising model: New developmentsMar 03 2001We have made substantial advances in elucidating the properties of the susceptibility of the square lattice Ising model. We discuss its analyticity properties, certain closed form expressions for subsets of the coefficients, and give an algorithm of complexity ... More

On the natural selection of macromolecular network and biological complexityMar 07 2019Modern biological tools have made it possible to unequivocally demonstrate the deep relationship among species in terms of genes and basic molecular mechanisms. In addition, results from genetic, physical and physiological approaches applied to individual ... More

The Ising Susceptibility Scaling FunctionDec 23 2010Mar 15 2011We have dramatically extended the zero field susceptibility series at both high and low temperature of the Ising model on the triangular and honeycomb lattices, and used these data and newly available further terms for the square lattice to calculate ... More

Leading corrections to the scaling function on the diagonal for the two-dimensional Ising modelSep 24 2018In the neighbourhood of the critical point, the correlation length of the spin-spin correlation function of the two-dimensional Ising model diverges. The correlation function permits a scaling limit in which the separation $N$ between spins goes to infinity, ... More

The Power of Vocabulary: The Case of Cyclotomic PolynomialsJan 29 2010We observe that the vocabulary used to construct the "answer" to problems in computer algebra can have a dramatic effect on the computational complexity of solving that problem. We recall a formalization of this observation and explain the classic example ... More

Quantum Transition State Theory for proton transfer reactions in enzymesOct 07 2009We consider the role of quantum effects in the transfer of hyrogen-like species in enzyme-catalysed reactions. This study is stimulated by claims that the observed magnitude and temperature dependence of kinetic isotope effects imply that quantum tunneling ... More

Relaxation Mechanisms in Glassy Dynamics: the Arrhenius and Fragile RegimesFeb 06 2012Mar 07 2012Generic glass formers exhibit at least two characteristic changes in their relaxation behavior, first to an Arrhenius-type relaxation at some characteristic temperature, and then at a lower characteristic temperature to a super-Arrhenius (fragile) behavior. ... More

An Extensive Systematic Review on Model-Driven Development of Secure SystemsMay 25 2015Context: Model-Driven Security (MDS) is as a specialised Model-Driven Engineering research area for supporting the development of secure systems. Over a decade of research on MDS has resulted in a large number of publications. Objective: To provide a ... More

Asymptotic completeness, global existence and the infrared problem for the Maxwell-Dirac equationsFeb 10 1995In this monograph we prove that the nonlinear Lie algebra representation given by the manifestly covariant Maxwell-Dirac (M-D) equations is integrable to a global nonlinear representation $U$ of the Poincar\'e group ${\cal P}_0$ on a differentiable manifold ... More

Brainy light sensors with no diffraction limitationsMar 08 2007In total ignorance of what a scene contains, imaging systems are extremely useful. But if we know the scene will be comprised of no more than a few distant point sources, nonimaging systems may achieve better accuracy in a smaller, more rugged, and less ... More

Non-equilibrium heat capacity of polytetrafluoroethylene at room temperatureJun 27 2007Polytetrafluoroethylene can be considered as a model for calorimetric studies of complex systems with thermodynamics transitions at ambient temperature. This polymer exhibits two phase transitions of different nature at 292 K and 303 K. We show that sensitive ... More

Spatio-temporal Learning with Arrays of Analog NanosynapsesSep 12 2017Emerging nanodevices such as resistive memories are being considered for hardware realizations of a variety of artificial neural networks (ANNs), including highly promising online variants of the learning approaches known as reservoir computing (RC) and ... More

Collective transport of charges in charge density wave systems based on traveling soliton latticesJun 01 2016Solitons are peculiar excitations that appear in a wide range of nonlinear systems such as in fluids or optics. We show here that the collective transport of charges observed in charge density wave (CDW) systems can be explained by using a similar theory ... More

The Effective Temperature in Elasto-Plasticity of Amorphous SolidsAug 27 2009An effective temperature $T_{\rm eff}$ which differs from the bath temperature is believed to play an essential role in the theory of elasto-plasticity of amorphous solids. The definition of a measurable $T_{\rm eff}$ in the literature on sheared solids ... More

Charge and Spin Density Waves observed through their spatial fluctuations by coherent and simultaneous X-ray diffractionMay 04 2014Jun 05 2014Spatial uctuations of spin density wave (SDW) and charge density wave (CDW) in chromium have been compared by combining coherent and simultaneous X-ray diffraction experiments. Despite their close relationship, spatial fluctuations of the spin and of ... More

Single-photon emission in the near infrared from diamond colour centreSep 20 2005Optically active colour centres based on Nickel-Nitrogen impurities are observed in natural diamond under continuous-wave excitation. The spectral analysis shows that the single emitters have a narrow-band emission in the near infrared, around 780 nm, ... More

Laser-Induced Charge-Density-Wave Transient Depinning in ChromiumDec 15 2016Jan 13 2017We report here on time-resolved x-ray diffraction measurements following femtosecond laser excitation in pure bulk chromium. Comparing the evolution of incommensurate charge-density-wave (CDW) and atomic lattice reflections, we show that, few nanoseconds ... More

The sandpile revisited: Computer assisted determination of constitutive relations and the breaking of scalingNov 29 2016We revisit the problem of the stress distribution in a frictional sandpile under gravity, equipped with a new numerical model of granular assemblies with both normal and tangential (frictional) inter-granular forces. Numerical simulations allow a determination ... More

Elasticity and Plasticity in Stiff and Flexible Oligomeric GlassesJul 07 2014In this paper we focus on the mechanical properties of oligomeric glasses (waxes), employing a microscopic model that provides, via numerical simulations, information about the shear modulus of such materials, the failure mechanism via plastic instabilities ... More

Training, Memory and Universal Scaling in Amorphous Frictional Granular MatterNov 26 2017Jan 07 2018We report a joint experimental and theoretical investigation of cyclic training of amorphous frictional granular assemblies, with special attention to memory formation and retention. Measures of dissipation and compactification are introduced, culminating ... More

A coherent way to image dislocationsAug 31 2010The use of coherent x-ray beams has been greatly developing for the past decades. They are now used by a wide scientific community to study biological materials, phase transitions in crystalline materials, soft matter, magnetism, strained structures, ... More

Spin density wave dislocation in chromium probed by coherent x-ray diffractionOct 22 2009We report on the study of a magnetic dislocation in pure chromium. Coherent x-ray diffraction profiles obtained on the incommensurate Spin Density Wave (SDW) reflection are consistent with the presence of a dislocation of the magnetic order, embedded ... More

Quenching nitrogen-vacancy center photoluminescence with infrared pulsed laserFeb 08 2013Diamond nanocrystals containing Nitrogen-Vacancy (NV) color centers have been used in recent years as fluorescent probes for near-field and cellular imaging. In this work we report that an infrared (IR) pulsed excitation beam can quench the photoluminescence ... More

Coherent scattering from silicon mocrystal surfaceAug 11 2009Using coherent x-ray scattering, we evidenced atomic step roughness at the [111] vicinal surface of a silicon monocrystal of 0.05 degree miscut. Close to the (1/2 1/2 1/2) anti-Bragg position of the reciprocal space which is particularly sensitive to ... More

Observation of correlations up to the micrometer scale in sliding charge-density wavesNov 27 2007Jan 08 2008High-resolution coherent x-ray diffraction experiment has been performed on the charge density wave (CDW) system K$_{0.3}$MoO$_3$. The $2k_F$ satellite reflection associated with the CDW has been measured with respect to external dc currents. In the sliding ... More

Major Merger Galaxy Pairs at z=0: Dust Properties and Companion MorphologyAug 10 2016We present an analysis of dust properties of a sample of close major-merger galaxy pairs selected by K_s magnitude and redshift. The pairs represent the two populations of spiral-spiral (S+S) and mixed morphology spiral-elliptical (S+E). The CIGALE (Code ... More

Spatially Resolved 3 um Spectroscopy of IRAS 22272+5435: Formation and Evolution of Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Dust in Proto-Planetary NebulaJan 16 2003We present medium-resolution 3 um spectroscopy of the carbon-rich proto-planetary nebula IRAS 22272+5435. Spectroscopy with the Subaru Telescope adaptive optics system revealed a spatial variation of hydrocarbon molecules and dust surrounding the star. ... More

Photoinduced time-resolved electrodynamics of superconducting metals and alloysJan 11 2005The photoexcited state in superconducting metals and alloys was studied via pump-probe spectroscopy. A pulsed Ti:sapphire laser was used to create the non-equilibrium state and the far-infrared pulses of a synchrotron storage ring, to which the laser ... More

Near-Infrared Adaptive Optics Spectroscopy of Binary Brown Dwarf HD 130948B and CFeb 06 2002We present near-infrared spectroscopy of low-mass companions in a nearby triple system HD 130948 (Gliese 564, HR 5534). Adaptive optics on the Subaru Telescope allowed spectroscopy of the individual components of the 0".13 binary system. Based on a direct ... More

Integrated Diamond Optics for Single Photon DetectionSep 03 2010Optical detection of single defect centers in the solid state is a key element of novel quantum technologies. This includes the generation of single photons and quantum information processing. Unfortunately the brightness of such atomic emitters is limited. ... More

Effect of dimensionality on sliding charge density waves. The case of the quasi-two dimensional TbTe$_3$ system probed by coherent x-ray diffractionFeb 02 2016We report on sliding Charge Density Wave (CDW) in the quasi two-dimensional TbTe$_3$ system probed by coherent x-ray diffraction combined with {\it in-situ} transport measurements. We show that the non-Ohmic conductivity in TbTe$_3$ is made possible thanks ... More

Evidence of Charge Density Wave transverse pinning by x-ray micro-diffractionMay 09 2019The collective current appearing in Charge Density Wave (CDW) systems is based on periodic nucleation of topological defects above an elastic-to-plastic transition threshold. In this letter we present the first 2D image of the deformation of a Charge ... More

Surface-induced charge state conversion of nitrogen-vacancy defects in nanodiamondsAug 13 2010Oct 19 2010We present a study of the charge state conversion of single nitrogen-vacancy (NV) defects hosted in nanodiamonds (NDs). We first show that the proportion of negatively-charged NV$^{-}$ defects, with respect to its neutral counterpart NV$^{0}$, decreases ... More

Spiral inflow feeding the nuclear starburst in M83, observed in H-alpha emission with the GHAFAS Fabry-Perot interferometerDec 05 2007We present observations of the nearby barred starburst galaxy, M83 (NGC5236), with the new Fabry-Perot interferometer GHAFAS mounted on the 4.2 meter William Herschel Telescope on La Palma. The unprecedented high resolution observations, of 16 pc/FWHM, ... More

Evidence of Charge Density Wave transverse pinning by x-ray micro-diffractionMay 09 2019May 13 2019The collective current appearing in Charge Density Wave (CDW) systems is based on periodic nucleation of topological defects above an elastic-to-plastic transition threshold. In this letter we present the first 2D image of the deformation of a Charge ... More

Coherence of single spins coupled to a nuclear spin bath of varying densityNov 28 2008May 05 2009The dynamics of single electron and nuclear spins in a diamond lattice with different 13C nuclear spin concentration is investigated. It is shown that coherent control of up to three individual nuclei in a dense nuclear spin cluster is feasible. The free ... More

Motion Primitives for Robotic Flight ControlSep 25 2006Oct 15 2008We introduce a simple framework for learning aggressive maneuvers in flight control of UAVs. Having inspired from biological environment, dynamic movement primitives are analyzed and extended using nonlinear contraction theory. Accordingly, primitives ... More

Electron spin resonance detected by a superconducting qubitMay 25 2012A new method for detecting the magnetic resonance of electronic spins at low temperature is demonstrated. It consists in measuring the signal emitted by the spins with a superconducting qubit that acts as a single-microwave-photon detector, resulting ... More

Towards a spin-ensemble quantum memory for superconducting qubitsOct 22 2015This article reviews efforts to build a new type of quantum device, which combines an ensemble of electronic spins with long coherence times, and a small-scale superconducting quantum processor. The goal is to store over long times arbitrary qubit states ... More

Hybrid quantum circuit with a superconducting qubit coupled to a spin ensembleOct 13 2011We report the experimental realization of a hybrid quantum circuit combining a superconducting qubit and an ensemble of electronic spins. The qubit, of the transmon type, is coherently coupled to the spin ensemble consisting of nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers ... More

Multi-mode storage and retrieval of microwave fields in a spin ensembleJan 30 2014A quantum memory at microwave frequencies, able to store the state of multiple superconducting qubits for long times, is a key element for quantum information processing. Electronic and nuclear spins are natural candidates for the storage medium as their ... More

Diffraction-limited 3 um Spectroscopy of IRAS 04296+3429 and IRAS 05341+0852: Spatial Extent of Hydrocarbon Dust Emission and Dust Evolutionary SequenceNov 29 2006We present 3 um spectroscopy of the carbon-rich proto-planetary nebulae IRAS 04296+3429 and IRAS 05341+0852 conducted with the adaptive optics system at the Subaru Telescope. We utilize the nearly diffraction-limited spectroscopy to probe the spatial ... More

Emergent states in dense systems of active rods: from swarming to turbulenceApr 02 2012Dense suspensions of self-propelled rod-like particles exhibit a fascinating variety of non-equilibrium phenomena. By means of computer simulations of a minimal model for rigid self-propelled colloidal rods with variable shape we explore the generic diagram ... More

Aggregation of self-propelled colloidal rods near confining wallsSep 03 2008Non-equilibrium collective behavior of self-propelled colloidal rods in a confining channel is studied using Brownian dynamics simulations and dynamical density functional theory. We observe an aggregation process in which rods self-organize into transiently ... More

Rhythmic cluster generation in strongly driven colloidal dispersionsJun 28 2006We study the response of a nematic colloidal dispersion of rods to a driven probe particle which is dragged with high speed through the dispersion perpendicular to the nematic director. In front of the dragged particle, clusters of rods are generated ... More

Herschel Observations of Major Merger Pairs at z=0: Dust Mass and Star FormationDec 21 2015We present Herschel PACS $\&$ SPIRE far-infrared (FIR) and sub-mm imaging observations for a large K-band selected sample of 88 close major-merger pairs of galaxies (H-KPAIRs) in 6 photometric bands (70, 100, 160, 250, 350, and 500 $\mu m$). Among 132 ... More

Superradiant cascade emissions in an atomic ensemble via four-wave mixingJan 21 2015May 04 2015We investigate superradiant cascade emissions from an atomic ensemble driven by two-color classical fields. The correlated pair of photons (signal and idler) is generated by adiabatically driving the system with large-detuned light fields via four-wave ... More

Spectral analysis for cascade-emission-based quantum communication in atomic ensemblesMar 11 2014The ladder configuration of atomic levels provides a source for telecom photons (signal) from the upper atomic transition. \ For rubidium and cesium atoms, the signal field has the range around 1.3-1.5 $\mu$m that can be coupled to an optical fiber and ... More

Positive-P phase space method simulation in superradiant emission from a cascade atomic ensembleJan 12 2012The superradiant emission properties from an atomic ensemble with cascade level configuration is numerically simulated. The correlated spontaneous emissions (signal then idler fields) are purely stochastic processes which are initiated by quantum fluctuations. ... More

Correlation Energy Estimators based on Møller-Plesset Perturbation TheoryMar 05 1996Some methods for the convergence acceleration of the M{\o}ller-Plesset perturbation series for the correlation energy are discussed. The order-by-order summation is less effective than the Feenberg series. The latter is obtained by renormalizing the unperturbed ... More

Surface anisotropy in nanomagnets: transverse or Néel ?Jul 17 2003Mar 31 2004Through the hysteresis loop and magnetization spatial distribution we study and compare two models for surface anisotropy in nanomagnets: a model with transverse anisotropy axes and N\'eel's model. While surface anisotropy in the transverse model induces ... More

String-Scale BaryogenesisMar 25 1997Mar 26 1997Baryogenesis scenarios at the string scale are considered. The observed baryon to entropy ratio, $n_B /s \sim 10^{-10}$, can be explained in these scenarios.

Thermodynamic of universe with a varying dark energy componentMay 04 2015Aug 03 2015We consider a FRW universe filled by a dark energy candidate together with other possible sources which may include the baryonic and non-baryonic matters. Thereinafter, we consider a situation in which the cosmos sectors do not interact with each other. ... More

Analysis of the thermal cross section of the capture reaction 13C(n,gamma)14COct 02 1997We investigate the thermal cross section of the reaction 13C(n,gamma)14}C which takes place in the helium burning zones of red giant star as well as in the nucleosynthesis of Inhomogeneous Big Bang models. We find that we can reproduce the experimentally ... More

The two-fermion vector potential of constraint theory from Feynman diagramsOct 16 1995The relativistic fermion-antifermion bound state vector potential of constraint theory is calculated, in perturbation theory, by means of the Lippmann-Schwinger type equation that relates it to the scattering amplitude. Leading contributions of n-photon ... More

Energy and decay width of the pi-K atomMay 24 2006The energy and decay width of the pi-K atom are evaluated in the framework of the quasipotential-constraint theory approach. The main electromagnetic and isospin symmetry breaking corrections to the lowest-order formulas for the energy shift from the ... More

Whitham Prepotential and SuperpotentialDec 30 2003Jan 24 2004N=2 supersymmetric U(N) Yang-Mills theory softly broken to N=1 by the superpotential of the adjoint scalar fields is discussed from the viewpoint of the Whitham deformation theory for prepotential. With proper identification of the superpotential we derive ... More

N=8 matter coupled AdS_3 supergravitiesJun 18 2001Following the recent construction of maximal (N=16) gauged supergravity in three dimensions, we derive gauged D=3, N=8 supergravities in three dimensions as deformations of the corresponding ungauged theories with scalar manifolds SO(8,n)/(SO(8)x SO(n)). ... More

Maximal gauged supergravity in three dimensionsOct 11 2000Jan 07 2001We construct maximally supersymmetric gauged N=16 supergravity in three dimensions, thereby obtaining an entirely new class of AdS supergravities. These models are not derivable from any known higher-dimensional theory, indicating the existence of a new ... More

Effect of size polydispersity on the pitch of nanorod cholestericsMar 14 2019Many nanoparticle-based chiral liquid crystals are composed of polydisperse rod-shaped particles with considerable spread in size or shape, affecting the mesoscale chiral properties in, as yet, unknown ways. Using an algebraic interpretation of Onsager-Straley ... More

AdS/CFT correspondence in the Euclidean contextNov 02 2006May 23 2007We study two possible prescriptions for AdS/CFT correspondence by means of functional integrals. The considerations are non-perturbative and reveal certain divergencies which turn out to be harmless, in the sense that reflection-positivity and conformal ... More

Continuous Fourier Transform: A practical approach for truncated signals and suggestions for improvements in thermographyJul 02 2019The fundamentals of Fourier Transform are presented, with analytical solutions derived for Continuous Fourier Transform (CFT) of truncated signals, to benchmark against Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). Certain artifacts from FFT were identified for decay ... More