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Many transport processes in nature exhibit anomalous diffusive properties with nontrivial scaling of the mean square displacement, e.g., diffusion of cells or of biomolecules inside the cell nucleus,… (More)
Systems living in complex nonequilibrated environments often exhibit subdiffusion characterized by a sublinear power-law scaling of the mean square displacement. One of the most common models to… (More)
Abstract The formation of agents’ opinions in a social system is the result of an intricate equilibrium among several driving forces. On the one hand, the social pressure exerted by peers favors the… (More)
Functionals of a stochastic process Y(t) model many physical time-extensive observables, e.g. particle positions, local and occupation times or accumulated mechanical work. When Y(t) is a normal… (More)
How does the mathematical description of a system change in different reference frames? Galilei first addressed this fundamental question by formulating the famous principle of Galilean invariance.… (More)
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Collective ordered motion emerges spontaneously in several biological systems such as bird flocks, insect swarms and tissue under dynamic reorganization. This phenomenon is often modeled within the… (More)
We propose a new procedure to monitor and forecast the onset of transitions in high-dimensional complex systems. We describe our procedure by an application to the tangled nature model of… (More)
Collective motion emerges spontaneously in many biological systems such as bird flocks, insect swarms and tissue under dynamic reorganization. This phenomenon is often modeled within the framework of… (More)