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From a systems theory of sociology to modeling the onset and evolution of criminality
(American Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 2015-09)
This paper proposes a systems theory approach to the modeling of onset and evolution of criminality in a territory. This approach aims at capturing the complexity features of social systems. Complexity is related to the ...
A note on the use of Melnikov's chaos prediction criterion: results of a friction-driven self-excited vibrating system
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2000-01-01)
Anderson localization and momentum-space entanglement
(Iop Publishing Ltd, 2014-07-01)
We consider Anderson localization and the associated metal-insulator transition for non-interacting fermions in D = 1, 2 space dimensions in the presence of spatially correlated on-site random potentials. To assess the ...
Nonlocal growth processes and conformal invariance
(IOP PUBLISHING LTDBRISTOL, 2012)
Up to now the raise-and-peel model was the single known example of a one-dimensional stochastic process where one can observe conformal invariance. The model has one parameter. Depending on its value one has a gapped phase, ...
Invariance for Impulsive Control Systems
In this article, we provide invariance conditions for control systems whose dynamics are given by measure driven differential inclusions. The solution concept plays a critical role in the extension of the conventional ...
Three-phase four-wire circuits interpretation by means of different power theories
In order to contribute to the discussion of defining a generalized power theory, valid for unbalanced and non linear circuits, this paper discusses the relationship and discrepancies among four modern power theories. ...
Shared information in stationary states at criticality
(IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2010)
We consider bipartitions of one-dimensional extended systems whose probability distribution functions describe stationary states of stochastic models. We define estimators of the information shared between the two subsystems. ...
On the Lyapunov theory for fractional order systems
We provide the main features of Lyapunov theory when it is formulated for fractional order systems. We give consistent extensions of Lyapunov, LaSalle and Chetaev classical theorems to the case of fractional order systems. ...
From conformal invariance to quasistationary states
(Institute of Physics - IOPBristol, 2011-09)
In a conformal invariant one-dimensional stochastic model, a certain nonlocal perturbation takes the system to a new massless phase of a special kind. The ground-state of the system is an adsorptive state. Part of the ...