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Suppression of spiral and turbulence in inhomogeneous media due to local heterogeneity with higher excitability is investigated numerically. When the inhomogeneity is small, control tactics by boundary periodic forcing (BPF) is effective against the existing spiral and turbulence. When the inhomogeneity of excitability is large, a rotating electric field(More)
We investigate the folding behavior of protein sequences by numerically studying all sequences with maximally compact lattice model through exhaustive enumeration. We get the prion-like behavior of protein folding. Individual proteins remaining stable in the isolated native state may change their conformations when they aggregate. We observe the folding(More)
We study analytically and numerically the anomalous diffusion across periodically modulated parabolic potential within Langevin and Fokker-Planck descriptions. We find that the probability of particles passing over the saddle is affected strikingly by the periodical modulation with average zero bias. Particularly, the initial phase plays an important role(More)
We investigate the heat conduction in a quasi-one-dimensional gas model with various degrees of chaos. Our calculations indicate that the heat conductivity kappa is independent of system size when the chaos of the channel is strong enough. The different diffusion behaviors for the cases of chaotic and nonchaotic channels are also studied. The numerical(More)
We investigate the folding behavior of protein sequences by numerically studying all sequences with a maximally compact lattice model through exhaustive enumeration. We get the prionlike behavior of protein folding. Individual proteins remaining stable in the isolated native state may change their conformations when they aggregate. We observe the folding(More)
We study the medium effects on the selection of sequences in protein folding by taking into account surface potential in hydrophobic-polar model. Our numerical calculation demonstrates that the surface potential enhances the average gap for the highly designable structures. It also shows that the most stable structure may be no longer the most stable one if(More)
We apply a Langevin model by imposing additive and multiplicative noises to study thermally activated diffusion over a fluctuating barrier in underdamped dynamics. The barrier fluctuation is characterized by Gaussian colored noise with exponential correlation. We present the exact solutions for the first and second moments. Furthermore, we use direct(More)
We study the nonequilibrium dynamics of colloidal system with short-range depletion attraction and screened electrostatic repulsion on a disordered substrate. We find a growth-melting process of the clusters as the temperature is increased. By strengthening the screened electrostatic repulsion, a depinning transition from moving cluster to plastic flow is(More)
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