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Stability, Isolated Chaos, and Superdiffusion in Nonequilibrium Many-Body Interacting Systems

@article{Rajak2020StabilityIC,
  title={Stability, Isolated Chaos, and Superdiffusion in Nonequilibrium Many-Body Interacting Systems},
  author={Atanu Rajak and I. Dana},
  journal={arXiv: Chaotic Dynamics},
  year={2020}
}
  • Atanu Rajak, I. Dana
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • arXiv: Chaotic Dynamics
  • We demonstrate that stability and chaotic-transport features of paradigmatic nonequilibrium many-body systems, i.e., periodically kicked and interacting particles, can deviate significantly from the expected ones of full instability and normal chaotic diffusion for arbitrarily strong chaos, arbitrary number of particles, and different interaction cases. We rigorously show that under the latter general conditions there exist {\em fully stable} orbits, accelerator-mode (AM) fixed points… CONTINUE READING

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