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Record-breaking avalanches in driven threshold systems
Physical Review E
Record-breaking avalanches generated by the dynamics of several driven nonlinear threshold models are studied. Such systems are characterized by intermittent behavior, where slow buildup of energy is punctuated by an abrupt release of energy through avalanche events which usually follow scale invariant statistics. From the simulations of these systems it is possible to extract sequences of record-breaking avalanches, where each subsequent record-breaking event is larger in magnitude than alldoi:10.1103/physreve.87.052811 pmid:23767588 fatcat:3rtzjjm3vveltlaydo63ez7bni