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Crossover of Magnetoconductance Autocorrelation for a Ballistic Chaotic Quantum Dot
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Crossover of Magnetoconductance Autocorrelation for a Ballistic Chaotic Quantum Dot
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The autocorrelation function C ';" (\Delta'; \Delta") = hffig('; ") ffi g('+ \Delta'; " + \Delta")i (' and " are rescaled magnetic flux and energy) for the magnetoconductance of a ballistic chaotic quantum dot is calculated in the framework of the supersymmetric nonlinear oemodel. The Hamiltonian of the quantum dot is modelled by a Gaussian ra...
The autocorrelation function C ';" (\Delta'; \Delta") = hffig('; ") ffi g('+ \Delta'; " + \Delta")i (' and " are rescaled magnetic flux and energy) for the magnetoconductance of a ballistic chaotic quantum dot is calculated in the framework of the supersymmetric nonlinear oemodel. The Hamiltonian of the quantum dot is modelled by a Gaussian random matrix. The particular form of the symmetry breaking matrix is found to be relevant for the autocorrelation function but not for the average conductance. Our results are valid for the complete crossover from orthogonal to unitary symmetry and their relation with semiclassical theory and an Smatrix Brownian motion ensemble is discussed. PACS. 05.45, 72.10B, 72.15R Typeset using REVT E X GaAs/Al x Ga 1\Gammax As heterostructures provide useful experimental realizations [13] of twodimensional ballistic cavities known as quantum dots. Measuring the conductance of a quantum dot connected to electron reservoirs, one can study the quantum beh.
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Crossover of magnetoconductance autocorrelation for a ballistic chaotic quantum dot
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Crossover of magnetoconductance autocorrelation for a ballistic chaotic quantum dot
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The autocorrelation function Cϕ,ε(∆ϕ, ∆ε) = ⟨δg(ϕ, ε)δg(ϕ + ∆ϕ, ε + ∆ε)⟩ (ϕ and ε are rescaled magnetic flux and energy) for the magnetoconductance of a ballistic chaotic quantum dot is calculated in the framework of the supersymmetric nonlinear σmodel. The Hamiltonian of the quantum dot is modelled by a Gaussian random matrix. The particular ...
The autocorrelation function Cϕ,ε(∆ϕ, ∆ε) = ⟨δg(ϕ, ε)δg(ϕ + ∆ϕ, ε + ∆ε)⟩ (ϕ and ε are rescaled magnetic flux and energy) for the magnetoconductance of a ballistic chaotic quantum dot is calculated in the framework of the supersymmetric nonlinear σmodel. The Hamiltonian of the quantum dot is modelled by a Gaussian random matrix. The particular form of the symmetry breaking matrix is found to be relevant for the autocorrelation function but not for the average conductance. Our results are valid for the complete crossover from orthogonal to unitary symmetry and their relation with semiclassical theory and an Smatrix Brownian motion ensemble is discussed.
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Takeshi Momi: Excess Demand Functions with Incomplete Markets – A Global Result
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Takeshi Momi: Excess Demand Functions with Incomplete Markets – A Global Result
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The exact solution of the DorokhovMelloPereyraKumarequation for quasi onedimensional disordered conductors in the unitary symmetry class is employed to calculate all mpoint correlation functions by a generalization of the method of orthogonal polynomials. We obtain closed expressions for the first two conductance moments which are valid fo...
The exact solution of the DorokhovMelloPereyraKumarequation for quasi onedimensional disordered conductors in the unitary symmetry class is employed to calculate all mpoint correlation functions by a generalization of the method of orthogonal polynomials. We obtain closed expressions for the first two conductance moments which are valid for the whole range of length scales from the metallic regime (L ≪ Nl) to the insulating regime (L ≫ Nl) and for arbitrary channel number. In the limit N → ∞ (with L/(Nl) = const.) our expressions agree exactly with those of the nonlinear σmodel derived from microscopic Hamiltonians.
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channels
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Large Petermann factor in chaotic cavities with many scattering
Large Petermann factor in chaotic cavities with many scattering
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20130705
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condmat/9508056 Quantum transport in disordered wires: Equivalence of onedimensional σ model and DorokhovMelloPereyraKumar
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condmat/9508056 Quantum transport in disordered wires: Equivalence of onedimensional σ model and DorokhovMelloPereyraKumar
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The two known nonperturbative theories of localization in disordered wires, the FokkerPlanck approach due to Dorokhov, Mello, Pereyra, and Kumar, and the fieldtheoretic approach due to Efetov and Larkin, are shown to be equivalent for all symmetry classes. The equivalence had been questioned as a result of fieldtheoretic calculations of the ...
The two known nonperturbative theories of localization in disordered wires, the FokkerPlanck approach due to Dorokhov, Mello, Pereyra, and Kumar, and the fieldtheoretic approach due to Efetov and Larkin, are shown to be equivalent for all symmetry classes. The equivalence had been questioned as a result of fieldtheoretic calculations of the average conductance by Zirnbauer [PRL 69, 1584 (1992)], which disagreed with the FokkerPlanck approach in the symplectic symmetry class. We resolve this controversy by pointing to an incorrect implementation of Kramers degeneracy in these calculations, and we derive modified expressions for the first two conductance moments which agree well with existing numerical simulations from the metallic into the localized regime.
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Scaling in InteractionAssisted Coherent Transport
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Scaling in InteractionAssisted Coherent Transport
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D. Weinmann
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The pair localization length L 2 of two interacting electrons in one dimensional disordered systems is studied numerically. Using two direct approaches, we find L 2 / L ff 1 , where L 1 is the oneelectron localization length and ff ß 1:65. This demonstrates the enhancement effect proposed by Shepelyansky, but the value of ff differs from prev...
The pair localization length L 2 of two interacting electrons in one dimensional disordered systems is studied numerically. Using two direct approaches, we find L 2 / L ff 1 , where L 1 is the oneelectron localization length and ff ß 1:65. This demonstrates the enhancement effect proposed by Shepelyansky, but the value of ff differs from previous estimates (ff = 2) in the disorder range considered. We explain this discrepancy using a scaling picture recently introduced by Imry and taking into account a more accurate distribution than previously assumed for the overlap of oneelectron wavefunctions. PACS numbers: 71.30, 72.15.R Typeset using REVT E X Very recently, Shepelyansky [1] considered the problem of two interacting electrons in a random potential, defined by the Schrodinger equation (E \Gamma V n 1 ;n 2 )/ n 1 ;n 2 = / n 1 +1;n 2 + / n 1 \Gamma1;n 2 + / n 1 ;n 2 +1 + / n 1 ;n 2 \Gamma1 : (1) Here, V n 1 ;n 2 = V n 1 + V n 2 + U ffi n 1 ;n 2 , U characterizes the onsite i.
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Quantum Transport in Disordered Wires: Equivalence of OneDimensional Sigma Model and DorokhovMelloPereyraKumar Equation
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Quantum Transport in Disordered Wires: Equivalence of OneDimensional Sigma Model and DorokhovMelloPereyraKumar Equation
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The two known nonperturbative theories of localization in disordered wires, the FokkerPlanck approach due to Dorokhov, Mello, Pereyra, and Kumar, and the fieldtheoretic approach due to Efetov and Larkin, are shown to be equivalent for all symmetry classes. The equivalence had been questioned as a result of fieldtheoretic calculations of the ...
The two known nonperturbative theories of localization in disordered wires, the FokkerPlanck approach due to Dorokhov, Mello, Pereyra, and Kumar, and the fieldtheoretic approach due to Efetov and Larkin, are shown to be equivalent for all symmetry classes. The equivalence had been questioned as a result of fieldtheoretic calculations of the average conductance by Zirnbauer [PRL 69, 1584 (1992)], which disagreed with the FokkerPlanck approach in the symplectic symmetry class. We resolve this controversy by pointing to an incorrect implementation of Kramers degeneracy in these calculations, and we derive modified expressions for the first two conductance moments which agree well with existing numerical simulations from the metallic into the localized regime. ***Submitted to Physical Review B.*** ; Comment: 21 pages, REVTeX3.0, 5 postscript figures appended as selfextracting archive. A complete postscript file with figures and text (13 pages) is available from http://rulgm4.LeidenUniv.nl/preprints.html
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Comparative morphology of the accessory olfactory bulb in bats.
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Comparative morphology of the accessory olfactory bulb in bats.
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Bouinperfused brains of 148 bats (76 species, 48 genera, 8 families) were examined in serial sections for the presence of an accessory olfactory bulb. A moderate to well developed AOB was identified in 26 species. However, absence of an AOB in a particular species does not preclude its presence in some other species of that genus. Descriptions ...
Bouinperfused brains of 148 bats (76 species, 48 genera, 8 families) were examined in serial sections for the presence of an accessory olfactory bulb. A moderate to well developed AOB was identified in 26 species. However, absence of an AOB in a particular species does not preclude its presence in some other species of that genus. Descriptions and measurements of the AOBs of each species are reported. The unmyelinated vomeronasal nerve enters the bulb medially and posteriorly. The glomeruli, variable in diameter, appear better circumscribed than previously described. Mitral cells often form thick layers, up to five cells deep, which sometimes reach the dorsolateral surface of the bulb formation. Both external and internal plexiform layers are thin. The latter, however is seen only in a few species. The internal granular layer, reaching the ventricular ependyma in some species, is a prominent component of the bulb. The pars dorsalis of the lateral olfactory tract usually courses between the mitral and internal granular layers. The chiropteran AOB does not differ in significant detail from that of insectivores, primates and other mammals. The occurrence of a functional vomeronasal system in the frugivorous, nectarivorous, and sanguivorous Phyllosotomatidae points to a primary functional role of this system in feeding strategy, at least in bats.
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Poincar\'e recurrences of DNA sequence
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Poincar\'e recurrences of DNA sequence
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We analyze the statistical properties of Poincar\'e recurrences of Homo sapiens, mammalian and other DNA sequences taken from Ensembl Genome data base with up to fifteen billions base pairs. We show that the probability of Poincar\'e recurrences decays in an algebraic way with the Poincar\'e exponent $\beta \approx 4$ even if oscillatory depende...
We analyze the statistical properties of Poincar\'e recurrences of Homo sapiens, mammalian and other DNA sequences taken from Ensembl Genome data base with up to fifteen billions base pairs. We show that the probability of Poincar\'e recurrences decays in an algebraic way with the Poincar\'e exponent $\beta \approx 4$ even if oscillatory dependence is well pronounced. The correlations between recurrences decay with an exponent $\nu \approx 0.6$ that leads to an anomalous superdiffusive walk. However, for Homo sapiens sequences, with the largest available statistics, the diffusion coefficient converges to a finite value on distances larger than million base pairs. We argue that the approach based on Poncar\'e recurrences determines new proximity features between different species and shed a new light on their evolution history. ; Comment: Research at http://www.quantware.upstlse.fr/, Revtex 6 pages, 5 figures, discussion updated and one figure added
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20110902
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Poisson statistics of PageRank probabilities of Twitter and Wikipedia networks
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Poisson statistics of PageRank probabilities of Twitter and Wikipedia networks
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We use the methods of quantum chaos and Random Matrix Theory for analysis of statistical fluctuations of PageRank probabilities in directed networks. In this approach the effective energy levels are given by a logarithm of PageRank probability at a given node. After the standard energy level unfolding procedure we establish that the nearest spac...
We use the methods of quantum chaos and Random Matrix Theory for analysis of statistical fluctuations of PageRank probabilities in directed networks. In this approach the effective energy levels are given by a logarithm of PageRank probability at a given node. After the standard energy level unfolding procedure we establish that the nearest spacing distribution of PageRank probabilities is described by the Poisson law typical for integrable quantum systems. Our studies are done for the Twitter network and three networks of Wikipedia editions in English, French and German. We argue that due to absence of level repulsion the PageRank order of nearby nodes can be easily interchanged. The obtained Poisson law implies that the nearby PageRank probabilities fluctuate as random independent variables. ; Comment: 4 pages, 4 figures http://www.quantware.upstlse.fr/
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20140224
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(14) Kozyra, J.
(14) Milillo, A.
(14) Schmidt, W.
(14) The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeerX...
(14) Wurz, P.
(13) Coates, A.J.
(13) Dubinin, E
(13) Holmström, M.
(13) Hsieh, K.C.
(13) KATARIA, DO
(13) LINDER, DR
(13) Lammer, H.
(13) Mazelle, C
(13) Mazelle, C.
(13) McKennaLawlor, S.
(13) Szego, K
(13) Szego, K.
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(16) venus
(10) solar wind
(9) magnetospheres
(8) article
(8) condensed matter
(8) humans
(8) ionosphere
(8) magnetic field
(8) solar wind interaction
(7) atmosphere
(7) ionospheres
(7) nonlinear sciences chaotic dynamics
(6) global surveyor
(6) ions
(6) research article
(5) condensed matter mesoscale and nanoscale physics
(5) pathogenesis and immunity
(5) plasma
(4) condensed matter statistical mechanics
(4) doaj health sciences
(4) doaj medicine general
(4) escape
(4) hiv 1
(4) hiv infections
(4) lcc medicine
(4) lcc medicine general
(4) lcc r
(4) lcc r5 920
(4) magnetosphere
(4) magnetotail
(3) 1st ena observations
(3) amino acid sequence
(3) animals
(3) aspera 3
(3) bow shock
(3) crustal magnetization
(3) cytotoxic
(3) cytotoxic t cells
(3) ddc 610
(3) electron
(3) ena
(3) energetic neutral atoms
(3) epitopes
(3) field
(3) hiv
(3) immunodominant epitopes
(3) ion escape
(3) magnetic fields
(3) mars global surveyor
(3) molecular sequence data
(3) oxygen
(3) t lymphocytes
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(2) cmv
(2) cohort studies
(2) computer science information retrieval
(2) ctl
(2) ebv
(2) ecology and environment
(2) elispot
(2) enas
(2) energetic neutral atom
(2) epitope
(2) erosion
(2) evolution
(2) express
(2) flow
(2) hbv
(2) hcv
(2) histocompatibility antigens class i
(2) hiv antigens
(2) hla b antigens
(2) hydrogen atoms
(2) info eu repo classification ddc 610
(2) j
(2) mag er experiment
(2) magnetic resonance imaging
(2) mars express
(2) mechanism
(2) medicine
(2) model
(2) peptide
(2) peptide matrix
(2) phobos observations
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(15) Medicine & health [61*]
(5) Chemistry [54*]
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(1) Sports, games & entertainment [79*]
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(24) 2008
(23) 2010
(20) 2007
(12) 2011
(12) 2013
(10) 2009
(9) 2004
(9) 2014
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(4) 1995
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(1) 2001
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(57) London Univ. College: UCL Discovery
(44) Aalborg Univ. (AAU): VBN
(27) PubMed Central
(19) ArXiv.org
(14) CiteSeerX
(14) Bern Univ.: BORIS
(8) Aberystwyth Univ.: Cadair
(6) Oxford Univ.: Research Archive (ORA)
(5) BioMed Central
(5) DOAJ Articles
(5) HighWire Press
(4) Murdoch Univ.: Research Repository
(3) Glasgow Univ.
(2) CERN (Switzerland)
(2) DESY Hamburg
(2) DigiZeitschriften
(2) FraunhoferGesellschaft: ePrints
(2) Jülich Forschungszentrum: JuSER
(2) German Medial Science (EJournal)
(2) MaxDelbrueckCenter for Molecular Medicin (MDC)
(2) NERC (United Kingdom)
(2) Lancester Univ.
(2) Michigan Univ.: Deep Blue
(1) Denmark Technical Univ.: DTU Orbit
(1) Aachen Univ. of Applied Sciences: Publications
(1) Harvard Univ.: DASH
(1) Helmholtz Centre of Infection Research (HZI)
(1) Lausanne Ecole Polytechnique Fed.: Infoscience
(1) London King's College: Research Portal
(1) Pittsburgh Univ.: Minority Health and H. Equity...
(1) Munich LMU: Open Access
(1) GEOMAR Helmholtz Zentrum für Ozeanforschung:...
(1) Liège Univ.: ORBi
(1) RePEc.org
(1) Springer Open Choice
(1) Göttingen Univ.: GoeScholar
(1) Bochum Univ. (RUB): Campus Research Bibliography
(1) Geneva Univ.: Archive ouverte
(1) Manchester Inst. for Mathematical Sciences:...
(1) Utrecht Univ.: Repository
(1) Zurich Univ.: ZORA
(1) Amsterdam VU: VUDARE
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(97) Unknown
(6) German
(2) Danish
(1) French
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(78) Text
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