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By means of differential scanning calorimetry and from a review of published data we demonstrate in this work that low-molecular weight kosmotropic substances (water-structure makers) of different chemical structure such as disaccharides, proline, and glycerol have identical effects on the phase behavior of several kinds of phospholipids and glycolipids.… (More)

- C Muehleman, J Li, M Wernick, J Brankov, K Kuettner, Z Zhong
- Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal…
- 2004

- J G Brankov, V B Priezzhev, R V Shelest
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2004

We consider the discrete-time evolution of a finite number of particles obeying the totally asymmetric exclusion process with backward-ordered update on an infinite chain. Our first result is a determinant expression for the conditional probability of finding the particles at given initial and final positions, provided that they start and finish… (More)

We propose a bridge between the theory of exactly solvable models and the investigation of traffic flow. By choosing the activities in an apropriate way the dimer configurations of the Kasteleyn model on a hexagonal lattice can be interpreted as space-time trajectories of cars. This then allows for a calculation of the flow-density relationship (fundamental… (More)

- Jordan Brankov, Nina Pesheva, Nadezhda Bunzarova
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2004

Computer simulations of the totally asymmetric simple-exclusion process on chains with a double-chain section in the middle are performed in the case of random-sequential update. The outer ends of the chain segments connected to the middle double-chain section are open, so that particles are injected at the left end with rate alpha and removed at the right… (More)

- J G Brankov
- 1998

Here we solve a discrete one-dimensional traffic flow problem by mapping the allowed sets of car trajectories onto a line representation of the five-vertex model configurations. The fundamental flow diagram, obtained previously in a grand canonical ensemble, is rederived. Fluctuations of the flow are described quantitatively and two critical exponents are… (More)

- Jordan Brankov, Nadezhda Bunzarova
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2005

The applicability of the concepts of finite-size scaling and universality to nonequilibrium phase transitions is considered in the framework of the one-dimensional totally asymmetric simple-exclusion process with open boundaries. In the thermodynamic limit there are boundary-induced transitions both of the first and second order between steady-state phases… (More)

Exact density profiles in the steady state of the one-dimensional fully asymmetric simple-exclusion process on a semi-infinite chain are obtained in the case of forward-ordered sequential dynamics by taking the thermodynamic limit in our recent exact results for a finite chain with open boundaries. The corresponding results for sublattice-parallel dynamics… (More)

- Jordan Brankov
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2002

Finite-size scaling expressions for the current near the continuous phase transition and for the local density near the first-order transition are found in the steady state of the one-dimensional fully asymmetric simple-exclusion process with open boundaries and discrete-time dynamics. The corresponding finite-size scaling variables are identified as the… (More)

- Nadezhda Bunzarova, Nina Pesheva, Jordan Brankov
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2014

We consider the asymmetric simple exclusion process (TASEP) on an open network consisting of three consecutively coupled macroscopic chain segments with a shortcut between the tail of the first segment and the head of the third one. The model was introduced by Y.-M. Yuan et al. [J. Phys. A 40, 12351 (2007)] to describe directed motion of molecular motors… (More)