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Mutual Impedance Probe in Collisionless Unmagnetized Plasmas With Suprathermal Electrons—Application to BepiColombo

Nicolas Gilet, Pierre Henri, Gaëtan Wattieaux, Minna Myllys, Orélien Randriamboarison, Christian Béghin, Jean-Louis Rauch
2019 Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences  
in plasmas characterized by a significant amount of suprathermal particles.  ...  The goal of this paper is to characterize the effect of suprathermal electrons on the instrumental response in order to assess the robustness of plasma diagnostics based on mutual impedance measurements  ...  In order to characterize the effect of the suprathermal electrons in the solar wind in the AM 2 P spectra, the AM 2 P spectra has been modeled with only the core Maxwellian evdf (blue dotted line, right  ... 
doi:10.3389/fspas.2019.00016 fatcat:3negazka5bhtjerumjzi5zmfeq

A quantitative modular modeling approach reveals the consequences of different A20 feedback implementations for the NF-kB signaling dynamics [article]

Janina Mothes, Inbal Ipenberg, Seda Çöl Arslan, Uwe Benary, Claus Scheidereit, Jana Wolf
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
In particular, the A20 feedback strength and the TNFα stimulation strength affect initial and long-term NF-κB concentrations differently in the analyzed models.  ...  To this end, we develop a modular modeling approach that allows combining previously published A20 modules with a common pathway core module.  ...  characterization of the NF-κB dynamics 224 To quantitatively compare the dynamics of unbound NF-κB between the models A-C, 225 we characterized NF-κB dynamics by three measures (Fig 3) : (1) the maximal  ... 
doi:10.1101/582767 fatcat:btscdkjgsrhprau67ajonqqurm

A Quantitative Modular Modeling Approach Reveals the Effects of Different A20 Feedback Implementations for the NF-kB Signaling Dynamics

Janina Mothes, Inbal Ipenberg, Seda Çöl Arslan, Uwe Benary, Claus Scheidereit, Jana Wolf
2020 Frontiers in Physiology  
These time course data indicate that only one of the A20 feedback models appropriately describes the impact of A20 on the NF-κB dynamics in this cell type.  ...  A number of pathway models has been developed implementing the A20 effect in different ways. We here focus on the question how different A20 feedback implementations impact the dynamics of NF-κB.  ...  Secondly, the core processes of this model perfectly match the reactions of the core module of our models A-C.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2020.00896 pmid:32848849 pmcid:PMC7402004 fatcat:h744xsvuzngbphutby2hobykne

Rapid locking of tectonic magnetic fabrics in weakly deformed mudrocks

Juan C. Larrasoaña, Miriam Gómez-Paccard, Santiago Giralt, Andrew P. Roberts
2011 Tectonophysics  
The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) has provided important insights into early deformation conditions in compressive settings through characterization of tectonic fabrics in mudrocks that appear  ...  The age model for one of the studied cores, which is based on 7 calibrated accelerator mass spectrometer radiocarbon dates, indicates that sediments as young as 25 yr record this clear tectonic fabric,  ...  We are grateful to Jewgenij Torizin and Marc de Batist, who provided us with the palaeoseismological data set for the Lake Issyk-Kul region and the seismic profiles of the coring area, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2011.05.003 fatcat:42czs4rptnfvrlqu4ibdit5b4u

Stable centred tetragonal phases in the hard core Yukawa system

Gernot J Pauschenwein, Gerhard Kahl
2009 Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter  
The hard core Yukawa system, consisting of particles with an impenetrable core and interacting via a repulsive Yukawa pair potential, is known to solidify either in a bcc or fcc crystal.  ...  Using optimization strategies based on genetic algorithms we give evidence that at zero temperature an additional centred tetragonal phase structure in the range of high packing fractions emerges.  ...  The authors are indebted to Antti-Pekka Hynninen and Marjolein Dijkstra for providing data published in [18] and presented in figure 4(a) .  ... 
doi:10.1088/0953-8984/21/47/474202 pmid:21832481 fatcat:c7jw3gy4dfcajo7io2socmkfzi

High-resolution spectropolarimetry of κ Cet: A proxy for the young Sun

J. D. do Nascimento, P. Petit, M. Castro, G. F. Porto de Mello, S. V. Jeffers, S. C. Marsden, I. Ribas, E. Guinan
2013 Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union  
an atmospheric model of spectral type K1).  ...  To reconstruct a reliable magnetic map and characterize the surface differential rotation of κ1 Cet we used 14 exposures spread over 2 months, in order to cover at least two rotational cycles (Prot ~9.2  ...  The main structure observed in the ZDI model is a structure in the radial magnetic field consisting of a polar magnetic spot.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1743921314001902 fatcat:3fxh3i4lozgppiacjpnvp4phiu

The Edgeworth Conjecture with Small Coalitions and Approximate Equilibria in Large Economies

Siddharth Barman, Federico Echenique
2020 Proceedings of the 21st ACM Conference on Economics and Computation  
CCS Concepts: • Theory of computation → Market equilibria.  ...  ., profitably retraded) by coalitions of small size and show that these allocations must be approximate Walrasian equilibria.  ...  Siddharth Barman gratefully acknowledges the support of a Ramanujan Fellowship (SERB -SB/S2/RJN-128/2015) and a Pratiksha Trust Young Investigator Award.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3391403.3399481 dblp:conf/sigecom/BarmanE20 fatcat:vm7ucpnfuvfmrhhucfet5jnzsy

Emergence of Luttinger liquid behavior of a superclimbing dislocation

M. Yarmolinsky, A. B. Kuklov
2017 Physical review B  
A superclimbing dislocation spread over several valleys of Peierls potential in solid Helium-4 represents a non-Luttinger Liquid according to the elementary scaling dimensional analysis because its excitation  ...  An experimental verification of the effect is proposed.  ...  online) The asymptotic values κ ef f of κ taken from Fig. 6 in the limit L → ∞ for various G values. FIG. 9 : 9 (Color online) The phase diagram of the model (9, 10) .  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevb.96.024505 fatcat:i5yecdz6dfdc3i7zo7gpeljbf4

To kinetic modeling of solar wind over magnetoactive regions and beyond

V. M. Gubchenko, V. V. Zaitsev, H. K. Biernat, M.L. Khodachenko, H. O. Rucker
2004 Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union  
We model hot collisionless solar corona/slow solar wind (SW) by kinetic Vlasov equation.  ...  The equatorial region with an unprescribed magnetic field is under electromagnetic action, and we have formation of a 3D Quasi-Stationary Coronal Structures (QSCS) in the current-carrying (CC) plasma with  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been supported by RFBR grants 02-02-16239, 02-02-04005, 03-02-2009, by LSS grant 1744.2003.2, by Presidium and Division of Physics of the RAS, by the Austrian Academy of  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1743921304005265 fatcat:hq3gx3c65bgmxg7ecc4wyyxlui

Nonextensive Theory of Dark Matter and Gas Density Profiles

M. P. Leubner
2005 Astrophysical Journal  
Pronounced core-halo patterns of dark matter and gas density profiles, observed in relaxed galaxies and clusters, were hitherto fitted by empirical power-laws.  ...  On the other hand, similar features are well known from astrophysical plasma environments, subject to long-range interactions, modeled in the context of nonextensive entropy generalization.  ...  In this situation a single parameter κ characterizes the degree of nonextensivity or coupling within the system.  ... 
doi:10.1086/497620 fatcat:bggaxwr34bbe5ercoiuqtyzcn4

Turbulence and zonal flow structures in the core and L-mode pedestal of tokamak plasmas

L Villard, B F McMillan, O Sauter, F Hariri, J Dominski, G Merlo, S Brunner, T M Tran
2014 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
Computations were performed on the DAINT and ROSA platforms at CSCS in Switzerland and on the HELIOS platform at IFERC-CSC in Japan.  ...  The right column of Fig.5 shows the same quantities as in the left column, however for a fixed value of the core logarithmic gradient κ T = 3.1 and varying the pedestal gradient µ T from 7 to 15.  ...  In Section 5, global ITG simulations are performed with initial profiles characterized by constant logarithmic gradients in the core (ρ/a ≤∼ 0.8) and constant (linear) gradients in the pedestal (∼ 0.8  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/561/1/012022 fatcat:26qkdhg3ozfm5exfwwnh6o5zri

Disclination elastica model of loop collision and growth in confined nematic liquid crystals

Alireza Shams, Xuxia Yao, Jung Ok Park, Mohan Srinivasarao, Alejandro D. Rey
2015 Soft Matter  
Theory and modeling are used to characterize disclination loop–loop interactions in nematic liquid crystals under capillary confinement with strong homeotropic anchoring.  ...  an intersection of two lines, characterized by a branch angle β and by the curvature κ ( Fig.1(V) ).  ...  the planar elastica model and its applications in the absence of external fields.  ... 
doi:10.1039/c5sm00708a pmid:26061721 fatcat:wh5cnwcn2zbpfn53f2iwzuzc4a

A nonextensive entropy path to probability distributions in solar wind turbulence

M. P. Leubner, Z. Vörös
2005 Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics  
in the context of nonextensive thermostatistics.  ...  Conventional theoretical models are subject to insufficient physical justification since nonlocality in turbulence should be based on long-range interactions, provided recently by the bi-kappa distribution  ...  Leubner acknowledges the hospitality of the Austrian Academy of Sciences at the Space Research Institute in Graz. The authors are grateful to N. Ness (Bartol Res.  ... 
doi:10.5194/npg-12-171-2005 fatcat:lqbggqttrjgg3meveqqibjtwru

Consequences of entropy bifurcation in non-Maxwellian astrophysical environments

M. P. Leubner
2008 Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics  
Fundamental consequences of non-extensive entropy bifurcation, manifest in different astrophysical environments, as particular core-halo patterns of solar wind velocity distributions, the probability distributions  ...  In all cases a lower entropy core is accompanied by a higher entropy halo state as compared to the standard BGS solution.  ...  related to the distribution core and are modeled primarily by the second term of Eq. (6).  ... 
doi:10.5194/npg-15-531-2008 fatcat:r3dtaux4tbhxdpbebmlday5v7y

Vaught's Two-Cardinal Theorem and Notions of Minimality in Continuous Logic

Victoria Noquez
2019 Bulletin of Symbolic Logic  
We also show that with the additional assumption that T is -stable, if T has an (ℵ 1 , ℵ 0 )-model, then for any uncountable κ, T has a (κ, ℵ 0 )-model.  ...  streamline treatments of the interpretability orders * κ of Shelah, the key new notion being that of pseudosaturation. In Chapter 4, we uniformize many ultrafilter constructions in Keisler's order.  ... 
doi:10.1017/bsl.2019.5 fatcat:kbwxexqytrg37pjv3l2gzfokj4
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