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A nonextensive thermodynamical equilibrium approach in e+e−→ hadrons
We show that the inclusion of long distance effect, expected in strong interactions, through a nonextensive thermodynamical approach is able to explain the experimental distribution of the transverseExpand
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Multi-parametric deformed Heisenberg algebras: a route to complexity
We introduce a generalization of the Heisenberg algebra which is written in terms of a functional of one generator of the algebra, f (J0), that can be any analytical function. When f is linear withExpand
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On the stability of analytic entropic forms
The stability against small perturbations on the probability distributions (also called experimental robustness) of analytic entropic forms is analyzed. Entropies S[p], associated with a given set ofExpand
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A general nonlinear Fokker-Planck equation and its associated entropy
Abstract.A recently introduced nonlinear Fokker-Planck equation, derived directly from a master equation, comes out as a very general tool to describe phenomenologically systems presenting complexExpand
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Influence of the finite precision on the simulations of discrete dynamical systems
Abstract The effect of numerical precision on the mean distance and on the mean coalescence time between trajectories of two random maps was investigated. It was shown that mean coalescence timeExpand
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A thermodynamical formalism describing mechanical interactions
The dynamical behavior of an overdamped mechanical model devoid of any usual thermal effects is analyzed by a formalism that is similar to usual thermodynamics, and completely independent of any adExpand
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Deriving partition functions and entropic functionals from thermodynamics
Given an arbitrary probability distribution and a nondegenerate energy spectrum, so that a mean energy U can be computed, we derive the partition function Z and the entropic functional S that satisfyExpand
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A simple model to describe the low-temperature behaviour of some atoms and molecules: an application to the hydrogen atom
A simple model to describe the low-temperature behaviour of some atoms and molecules is proposed and applied to the hydrogen atom. To this end, the low-temperature dynamics of the approach toExpand
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Multifractality in Magnet ic Models
The connection between the multifractal properties and the critical behavior of the local magnetization of the ferromagnetic Ising model on hicrarchical lattices is established. A linear relationExpand