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Renormalization of polymer networks and stars
Abstract We consider polymer networks of arbitrary but fixed topology. We prove the multiplicative renormalizability of these networks in terms of their star-like vertices by relating it to specialExpand
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Complexes of polyelectrolytes and oppositely charged ionic surfactants
Complex formation between a single polyelectrolyte chain and ionic surfactant molecules is studied by computer simulation of a “primitive” electrolyte model with explicit charges. The surfactant headExpand
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Dynamics of dendrimers and of randomly built branched polymers
We focus on the dynamical properties of dendrimers and of randomly built branched polymers, which allows us to assess theoretically the role of disorder on the relaxation forms. We model the randomExpand
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ISO Learning Approximates a Solution to the Inverse-Controller Problem in an Unsupervised Behavioral Paradigm
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In Isotropic Sequence Order Learning, we introduce a novel, linear, and unsupervised algorithm for temporal sequence learning, which we called ISO learning. Expand
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Network harness: Metropolis public transport
We analyze the public transport networks (PTNs) of 14 major cities of the world. While the primary network topology is defined by a set of routes each servicing an ordered series of given stations, aExpand
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Immobilization of retinoic acid by polyamino acids: Lamellar-structured nanoparticles.
We discuss the preparation, the X-ray spectra and their theory, and electron microscopy of nanoparticles showing a lamellar internal structure. Retinoic acid was immobilized by complexation withExpand
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Cluster update algorithm and recognition
: We present a fast and robust cluster update algorithm that is especially efficient in implementing the task of image segmentation using the method of superparamagnetic clustering. We apply it to aExpand
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A tale of two cities
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This paper analyses the impact of random failure or attack on the public transit networks of London and Paris in a comparative study and shows that Paris proves to be significantly more resilient than London due to higher organisation. Expand
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Public Transport Networks under Random Failure and Directed Attack
The behaviour of complex networks under failure or attack depends strongly on the specific scenario. Of special interest are scale-free networks, which are usually seen as robust under random failureExpand
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