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The Role of Elastic Stresses on Leaf Venation Morphogenesis
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We explore the possible role of elastic mismatch between epidermis and mesophyll as a driving force for the development of leaf venation. Expand
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Sequential fragmentation: the origin of columnar quasihexagonal patterns.
  • E. Jagla, A. Rojo
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 17 March 2000
We present a model that explains the origin and predicts the statistical properties of columnar quasihexagonal crack patterns, as observed in the columnar jointing of basaltic lava flows. Induced byExpand
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Realistic spatial and temporal earthquake distributions in a modified Olami-Feder-Christensen model.
  • E. Jagla
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 4 May 2009
The Olami-Feder-Christensen model describes a limiting case of an elastic surface that slides on top of a substrate and is one of the simplest models that display some features observed in actualExpand
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Hysteresis loops of magnetic thin films with perpendicular anisotropy
We model the magnetization of quasi two-dimensional systems with easy perpendicular (z-)axis anisotropy upon change of external magnetic field along z. The model is derived from theExpand
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CORE-SOFTENED POTENTIALS AND THE ANOMALOUS PROPERTIES OF WATER
We study the phase diagram of a system of spherical particles interacting in three dimensions through a potential consisting of a strict hard core plus a linear repulsive shoulder at largerExpand
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PHASE BEHAVIOR OF A SYSTEM OF PARTICLES WITH CORE COLLAPSE
The pressure-temperature phase diagram of a one-component system, with particles interacting through a spherically symmetric pair potential in two dimensions is studied. The interaction consists of aExpand
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Minimum energy configurations of repelling particles in two dimensions
Geometrical arrangements of minimum energy of a system of identical repelling particles in two dimensions are studied for different forms of the interaction potential. Stability conditions for theExpand
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Viscoelastic effects in avalanche dynamics: a key to earthquake statistics.
In many complex systems a continuous input of energy over time can be suddenly relaxed in the form of avalanches. Conventional avalanche models disregard the possibility of internal dynamical effectsExpand
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Stable propagation of an ordered array of cracks during directional drying.
  • E. Jagla
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 7 February 2002
We study the appearance and evolution of an array of parallel cracks in a thin slab of material that is directionally dried, and show that the cracks penetrate the material uniformly if the dryingExpand
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Numerical simulations of two-dimensional magnetic domain patterns.
  • E. Jagla
  • Medicine, Physics
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 16 February 2004
I show that a model for the interaction of magnetic domains that includes a short range ferromagnetic and a long range dipolar antiferromagnetic interaction reproduces very well many characteristicExpand
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