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The Preprints collection aims to cover as far as possible all the grey literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection contains something like 400,000 documents, out of which about 50% can be accessed electronically. The documents originate from a variety of institutes all over the world. The collection, currently available, starts in 1979 and it has a full coverage of the arXiv.org e-Print archive since its beginning in 1991.

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2016-02-12
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Observation of Spatiotemporal Chaos Induced by a Cavity Soliton in a Fiber Ring Resonator / Anderson, Miles ; Leo, Francois ; Coen, Stephane ; Erkintalo, Miro ; Murdoch, Stuart G
We report on the experimental observation of temporal cavity soliton destabilization via spatiotemporal chaos in a coherently-driven optical fiber ring resonator. [...]
arXiv:1602.03882.
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Coupled Wavepackets for Non-Adiabatic Molecular Dynamics: A Generalization of Gaussian Wavepacket Dynamics to Multiple Potential Energy Surfaces / White, Alexander ; Tretiak, Sergei ; Mozyrsky, Dmitry
Accurate simulation of the non-adiabatic dynamics of molecules in excited electronic states is key to understanding molecular photo-physical processes. [...]
arXiv:1602.03876.
- 2016. - 6 p.
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Electron heating via the self-excited plasma series resonance in geometrically symmetric multi-frequency capacitive plasmas / Schuengel, E ; Brandt, S ; Donko, Z ; Korolov, I ; Derzsi, A ; Schulze, J
The self-excitation of Plasma Series Resonance (PSR) oscillations plays an important role in the electron heating dynamics in Capacitively Coupled Radio Frequency (CCRF) plasmas. [...]
arXiv:1602.03853.
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Automated Selection of Active Orbital Spaces / Stein, Christopher J ; Reiher, Markus
One of the key challenges of quantum-chemical multi-configuration methods is the necessity to manually select orbitals for the active space. [...]
arXiv:1602.03835.
- 2016. - 29 p.
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Bayesian Sparsity for Intractable Distributions / Ingraham, John B ; Marks, Debora S
Bayesian approaches for single-variable and group-structured sparsity outperform L1 regularization, but are challenging to apply to large, potentially intractable models. [...]
arXiv:1602.03807.
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A multiscale model of distributed fracture and permeability in solids in all-round compression / De Bellis, Maria Laura ; Della Vecchia, Gabriele ; Ortiz, Michael ; Pandolfi, Anna
We present a microstructural model of permeability in fractured solids, where the fractures are described in terms of recursive families of parallel, equidistant cohesive faults. [...]
arXiv:1602.03801.
- 2016. - 22 p.
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On the spreading of impacting drops / Wildeman, Sander ; Visser, Claas Willem ; Sun, Chao ; Lohse, Detlef
The energy budget and dissipation mechanisms during droplet impact on solid surfaces are studied numerically and theoretically. [...]
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Interplay between Social Influence and Network Centrality: Shapley Values and Scalable Algorithms / Chen, Wei ; Teng, Shang-Hua
A basic concept in network analysis is centrality, which measures the importance of nodes in a network. [...]
arXiv:1602.03780.
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Planar growth generates scale free networks / Haslett, Garvin ; Bullock, Seth ; Brede, Markus
In this paper we introduce a model of spatial network growth in which nodes are placed at randomly selected locations on a unit square in $\mathbb{R}^2$, forming new connections to old nodes subject to the constraint that edges do not cross. [...]
arXiv:1602.03774.
- 2016. - 27 p.
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Mechanically Tunable Slippery Behavior on Soft Poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) Based Anisotropic Wrinkles Infused with Lubricating Fluid / Roy, Pritam Kumar ; Pant, Reeta ; Nagarajan, Arun Kumar ; Khare, Krishnacharya
We demonstrate a novel technique to fabricate mechanically tunable slippery surfaces using one dimensional (anisotropic) elastic wrinkles. [...]
arXiv:1602.03763.
- 2016. - 18 p.
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