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Crash test for the restricted three-body problem.
  • J. Nagler
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 14 February 2005
The restricted three-body problem serves to investigate the chaotic behavior of a small body under the gravitational influence of two heavy primary bodies. We analyze numerically the phase spaceExpand
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Crash test for the Copenhagen problem.
  • J. Nagler
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 1 June 2004
The Copenhagen problem is a simple model in celestial mechanics. It serves to investigate the behavior of a small body under the gravitational influence of two equally heavy primary bodies. WeExpand
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Anomalous critical and supercritical phenomena in explosive percolation
The transition to widespread connectivity in networks is aptly described by concepts borrowed from percolation theory. Attempts to delay the transition with small interventions lead to explosiveExpand
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Self-organized criticality in a nutshell.
In order to gain insight into the nature of self-organized criticality (SOC), we present a minimal model exhibiting this phenomenon. In this analytically solvable model, the state of the system isExpand
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Jeffery-Hamel flow of non-Newtonian fluid with nonlinear viscosity and wall friction
A Jeffery-Hamel (J-H) flow model of the non-Newtonian fluid type inside a convergent wedge (inclined walls) with a wall friction is derived by a nonlinear ordinary differential equation withExpand
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Phase transitions in supercritical explosive percolation.
Percolation describes the sudden emergence of large-scale connectivity as edges are added to a lattice or random network. In the Bohman-Frieze-Wormald model (BFW) of percolation, edges sampled from aExpand
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Unstable supercritical discontinuous percolation transitions.
The location and nature of the percolation transition in random networks is a subject of intense interest. Recently, a series of graph evolution processes have been introduced that lead toExpand
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Crackling noise in fractional percolation.
Crackling noise is a common feature in many systems that are pushed slowly, the most familiar instance of which is the sound made by a sheet of paper when crumpled. In percolation and regularExpand
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Discriminating the effects of spatial extent and population size in cyclic competition among species.
We introduce a population model for species under cyclic competition. This model allows individuals to coexist and interact on single cells while migration takes place between adjacent cells. InExpand
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1/f(alpha) spectra in elementary cellular automata and fractal signals.
  • J. Nagler, J. Claussen
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
  • 19 October 2004
We systematically compute the power spectra of the one-dimensional elementary cellular automata introduced by Wolfram. On the one hand our analysis reveals that one automaton displays 1/f spectraExpand
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