Wiring the Past: A Network Science Perspective on the Challenge of Archeological Similarity Networks
- Computer ScienceFront. Digit. Humanit.
It is argued that, generally speaking, human past studies are quite disconnected from the rest of interdisciplinary applications of network science and that this prevent this field from fully exploiting the potential of such methods.
WAVE-PARTICLE DUALITY IN PHYSICS AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
A new mathematical formula called the Planckian distribution equation (PDE) was discovered at Rutgers University in 2008-9 and has been found to fit many long-tailed histograms generated in a variety…
Modeling the Individual Within the Group: an Interdisciplinary Approach to Collaborative Knowledge Construction
Constructing knowledge with others is fundamental for all human activity, and many disciplines have sought to understand how the individual, other people, and the context, all influence collaborative…
In situ growth and doping studies of topological insulator bismuth selenide
Title of dissertation: IN SITU GROWTH AND DOPING STUDIES OF TOPOLOGICAL INSULATOR BISMUTH SELENIDE Jack Hellerstedt, Doctor of Philosophy, 2015 Dissertation directed by: Professor Michael Fuhrer…
The World System Trajectory: The Reality of Constraints and the Potential for Prediction
This paper discusses a number of constraints imposed on the trajectory of the World-System. Chief among these are the overall trend of the trajectory of the world system, the existence of lines of…
Complexity: A Review of The Classics
This text was written as part of the project Modelling of Complex Systems for Public Policy. It reviews the classical authors who jointly contributed to establish the elements of what could…
Nouvelles approches en théorie du champ moyen dynamique : le cas du pouvoir thermoélectrique et celui de l'effet orbital d'un champ magnétique
Spontaneous symmetry breaking in quantum systems: Emergence or reduction?
Less is Different: Emergence and Reduction Reconciled
This is a companion to another paper. Together they rebut two widespread philosophical doctrines about emergence. The first, and main, doctrine is that emergence is incompatible with reduction. The…
Flux crystal growth of CeCu2Si2: Revealing the effect of composition
- Materials Science
The low‐temperature properties of CeCu2Si2 are extremely sensitive to deviations from stoichiometry and defects, leading to a strong dependence of the observed properties on sample preparation…
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Transuranic elements and the high‐flux isotope reactor
- Environmental Science
A TRANSURANIC‐ELEMENTS research and production facility is being completed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Its three principal components are a High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR), an elaborate…
How Josephson discovered his effect
The discovery of what we have ever since called the “Josephson effect” took place while I was visiting Cambridge, England, for a sabbatical year in 1961–62. Recently, when I travelled to Kyoto to…
QUASI-PARTICLES AND GAUGE INVARIANCE IN THE THEORY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Ideas and techniques known in quantum electrodynamics have been applied to the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer theoryof superconductivity. In an approximation which corresponds to a generalization of the…
Coherent excited states in the theory of superconductivity: gauge invariance and the Meissner effect
We discuss the coherent states generated in the Bardeen, Cooper, and Schrieffer theory of superconductivity by the momentum displacement operator…
Wave propagation in the early stages of aggregation of cellular slime molds.
- BiologyJournal of theoretical biology