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Article Development of a Passive Liquid Valve (PLV) Utilizing a Pressure Equilibrium Phenomenon on the Centrifugal Microfluidic Platform
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"... We attempt to reduce the number of physical ingredients needed to model the phenomenon of tulipflame inversion to a bare minimum. This is achieved by synthesising the nonlinear, firstorder MichelsonSivashinsb (MS) equation with the second order linear dispersion relation of Landau and Darrieus, w ..."
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We attempt to reduce the number of physical ingredients needed to model the phenomenon of tulipflame inversion to a bare minimum. This is achieved by synthesising the nonlinear, firstorder MichelsonSivashinsb (MS) equation with the second order linear dispersion relation of Landau and Darrieus
PHENOMENON
, 2013
"... Consider the set of monic fourthorder real polynomials transformed so that the constant term is one. In the threedimensional space of the coefficients describing this set, the domain of asymptotic stability is bounded by a surface with the Whitney umbrella singularity. The maximum of the real part ..."
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Consider the set of monic fourthorder real polynomials transformed so that the constant term is one. In the threedimensional space of the coefficients describing this set, the domain of asymptotic stability is bounded by a surface with the Whitney umbrella singularity. The maximum of the real parts of the roots of these polynomials is globally minimized at the Swallowtail singular point of the discriminant surface of the set corresponding to a negative real root of multiplicity four. Motivated by this example, we review recent works on robust stability, abscissa optimization, heavily damped systems, dissipationinduced instabilities, and eigenvalue dynamics in order to point out some connections that appear to be not widely known.
Nonequilibrium goldstone phenomenon
 in tachyonic preheating, Phys. Rev. D68 (2003) 063512, [hepph/0303147
"... The dominance of the direct production of elementary Goldstone waves is demonstrated in tachyonic preheating by determining numerically the evolution of the dispersion relation, the equation of state and the kinetic power spectra for the angular degree of freedom of the complex matter field. The imp ..."
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The dominance of the direct production of elementary Goldstone waves is demonstrated in tachyonic preheating by determining numerically the evolution of the dispersion relation, the equation of state and the kinetic power spectra for the angular degree of freedom of the complex matter field. The importance of the domain structure in the order parameter distribution for the quantitative understanding of the excitation mechanism is emphasized. Evidence is presented for the very early decoupling of the lowmomentum Goldstone modes. 1
Belief in a Just World and Redistributive Politics
, 2005
"... International surveys reveal wide differences between the views held in different countries concerning the causes of wealth or poverty and the extent to which people are responsible for their own fate. At the same time, social ethnographies and experiments by psychologists demonstrate individuals&ap ..."
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"; ii) why this need, and therefore the prevalence of the belief, varies considerably across countries; iii) the implications of this phenomenon for international differences in political ideology, levels of redistribution, labor supply, aggregate income, and popular perceptions of the poor. The model
Equilibrium
, 2002
"... We extend the standard model of general equilibrium with incomplete markets to allow for default and punishment. The equilibrating variables include expected delivery rates, along with the usual prices of assets and commodities. By reinterpreting the variables, our model encompasses a broad range of ..."
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We extend the standard model of general equilibrium with incomplete markets to allow for default and punishment. The equilibrating variables include expected delivery rates, along with the usual prices of assets and commodities. By reinterpreting the variables, our model encompasses a broad range
A JumpDiffusion Model for Option Pricing
 Management Science
, 2002
"... Brownian motion and normal distribution have been widely used in the Black–Scholes optionpricing framework to model the return of assets. However, two puzzles emerge from many empirical investigations: the leptokurtic feature that the return distribution of assets may have a higher peak and two (as ..."
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(asymmetric) heavier tails than those of the normal distribution, and an empirical phenomenon called “volatility smile ” in option markets. To incorporate both of them and to strike a balance between reality and tractability, this paper proposes, for the purpose of option pricing, a double exponential jump
equilibrium
"... systems Figure 1: Giant number fluctuations in active granular rods. A) shows a snapshot of the nematic order assumed by the rods. There are 2820 particles (counted by hand) in the cell (area fraction 66%), being sinusoidally vibrated perpendicular to the plane of the image, at a peak acceleration o ..."
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systems Figure 1: Giant number fluctuations in active granular rods. A) shows a snapshot of the nematic order assumed by the rods. There are 2820 particles (counted by hand) in the cell (area fraction 66%), being sinusoidally vibrated perpendicular to the plane of the image, at a peak acceleration of Γ = 5. The sparse region at the top between 10 and 11 o’clock is an instance of a large density fluctuation. These take several minutes to relax and form elsewhere. B) shows the magnitude of the numberfluctuations (quantified by∆N, the standard deviation, normalized by the square root of the mean number, N) against the mean number of particles, for subsystems of various sizes. The number fluctuations in each subsystem are determined from images taken every 15 seconds over a period of 40 minutes (Methods (19)). The squares represent the system shown in A. It is a dense system where the nematic order is well developed. The magnitude of the scaled number fluctuations decreases in more dilute systems, where the nematic order is weaker (The Shaking Amplitude Γ (19)). Deviations from the Central Limit Theorem result are still visible at an area fraction 58 % (diamonds), but not at an area fraction 35 % (circles). The inset shows the nematicorder correlation function as a function of spatial separation. 9
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