Journal of Statistical Mechanics: theory and experiment

@inproceedings{Mzard2019JournalOS,
  title={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: theory and experiment},
  author={Marc M{\'e}zard and F. C. Alcaraz},
  year={2019}
}
An End-to-End Community Detection Model: Integrating LDA into Markov Random Field via Factor Graph
TLDR
This paper integrates LDA into MRF to form an end-to-end learning system where their parameters can be trained jointly, and shows that this approach compares favorably with the state-of-the-art methods.
Magnetic Field Effects in Low-Dimensional Quantum Magnets
Stochastic Parameterization of Subgrid-Scale Processes: A Review of Recent Physically Based Approaches
We review some recent methods of subgrid-scale parameterization used in the context of climate modeling. These methods are developed to take into account (subgrid) processes playing an important role
Bulk anyons as edge symmetries: Boundary phase diagrams of topologically ordered states
We study effectively one-dimensional systems that emerge at the edge of a two-dimensional topologically ordered state, or at the boundary between two topologically ordered states. We argue that
Entropy production and the role of correlations in quantum Brownian motion
We perform a study on quantum entropy production, different kinds of correlations, and their interplay in the driven Caldeira-Leggett model of quantum Brownian motion. The model, taken with a large
Extreme events and instantons in Lagrangian passive scalar turbulence models
The advection and mixing of a scalar quantity by fluid flow is an important problem in engineering and natural sciences. If the fluid is turbulent, the statistics of the passive scalar exhibit
Fingerprinting Heatwaves and Cold Spells and Assessing Their Response to Climate Change Using Large Deviation Theory.
TLDR
The climatology of persistent heatwaves and cold spells in key target geographical regions is defined by estimating the rate functions for the surface temperature, and the impact of increasing CO_{2} concentration on such persistent anomalies is assessed.
Kovacs effect in glass with material memory revealed in non-equilibrium particle interactions
  • M. Lulli, Chun-Shing Lee, Ling-Han Zhang, Hai-Yao Deng, C. Lam
  • Physics
    Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment
  • 2021
The Kovacs effect is a remarkable feature of the ageing dynamics of glass forming liquids near the glass transition temperature. It consists in a non-monotonous evolution of the volume/enthalpy after
Measurements and analysis of response function of cold atoms in optical molasses
Subhajit Bhar1,∗ Maheswar Swar, Urbashi Satpathi2,† Supurna Sinha, Rafael D. Sorkin, Saptarishi Chaudhuri, and Sanjukta Roy1‡ 1 Raman Research Institute, C. V. Raman Avenue, Sadashivanagar,
Memory in non-monotonic stress response of an athermal disordered solid
Athermal systems across a large range of length scales, ranging from foams and granular bead packings to crumpled metallic sheets, exhibit slow stress relaxation when compressed. Experimentally they
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