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All entomological traps have a capturing bias, and amber, viewed as a trap, is no exception. Thus the fauna trapped in amber does not represent the total existing fauna of the former amber forest,… (More)

We introduce a construction to embed a quasiperiodic lattice of obstacles into a single unit cell of a higher-dimensional space, with periodic boundary conditions. This construction transparently… (More)

- Atahualpa Solórzano Kraemer, David P. Sanders
- Physical review letters
- 2013

We introduce a construction to "periodize" a quasiperiodic lattice of obstacles, i.e., embed it into a unit cell in a higher-dimensional space, reversing the projection method used to form… (More)

- Atahualpa Solórzano Kraemer, Gerardo G. Naumis
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2008

In this work, we introduce the idea of cage formation probability, defined by considering the angular space needed by a particle in order to leave a cage given an average distance to its neighbors.… (More)

We study a 2-dimensional model for an antidot periodic superlattice with perturbed positions of the antidots. To do so we use a quasiperiodic LG model obtained from a 3-dimensional billiard model.… (More)

- Atahualpa Solórzano Kraemer, Michael Schmiedeberg, David P. Sanders
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2015

We study the structure of quasiperiodic Lorentz gases, i.e., particles bouncing elastically off fixed obstacles arranged in quasiperiodic lattices. By employing a construction to embed such… (More)

- Mónica M. Solórzano-Kraemer, Enrique Peñalver, +4 authors Xavier Delclòs
- 2016

We show, incorporating results obtained from numerical simulations, that in the Lorentz mirror model, the density of open paths in any finite box tends to 0 as the box size tends to infinity, for any… (More)

We present efficient algorithms to calculate trajectories for periodic Lorentz gases consisting of square lattices of circular obstacles in two dimensions, and simple cubic lattices of spheres in… (More)

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