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A number of random processes in various fields of science is described by phenomenological equations of motion containing stochastic forces, the best known example being the Langevin equation (LE) for the Brownian motion (BM) of particles. Long ago Vladimirsky (1942) in a little known paper proposed a simple method for solving such equations. The method,… (More)

A generalization of the Rouse model of the dynamics of polymers in solution is proposed. The motion of long polymer chains is considered to be due to exponentially correlated random forces driving the polymer segments, which is a more realistic model than the approximation of white thermal noise in the standard theory. Due to the fluctuation-dissipation… (More)

A multi-pulsed free-induction NMR experiment is described theoretically for spins diffusing within a cylindrical capillary. The characteristic time for the particles to move on a distance of the capillary diameter is smaller or comparable to the time interval between the applied 90° rf pulses and the relaxation times entering the Bloch equations. In this… (More)

We demonstrate the power of the genetic algorithms to construct the cellular automata model simulating the growth of 2-dimensional close-to-circular clusters revealing the desired properties, such as the growth rate and, at the same time, the fractal behavior of their contours. The possible application of the approach in the field of tumor modeling is… (More)

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