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Chaotic system is the system that normally occurs in the nature, and it is really sensitive to initial conditions. This makes chaotic system be unpredictable after the “critical time”. Most physics experiments are chaotic and, therefore, the experimental results should be collected before reaching critical time otherwise the experiment will be under chaotic condition which makes experimental...

The Monte Carlo (MC) method is a useful tool to solve a broad range of problems numerically; random numbers are used to decide whether a process is accepted resulting in a desired equilibrium distribution. In certain complex problems where transitions to some states are rare, however, this method dramatically consumes more resources and spends a long time trying to find the equilibrium states....

In quantum development, dynamical maps are central objects used to describe the behaviour of many quantum systems. While special kinds of mappings attract great interests, such as unitary evolution describing the dynamics in close systems and the Lindblad-type dynamical maps in Markovian open systems, a general formulation of the dynamical map has been rarely investigated. We introduce a...

In this work, we present another example of the Lagrangian 1-form structure for the hy- perbolic Calogero-Moser system both in discrete-time level and continuous-time level. The discrete-time hyperbolic Calogero-Moser system is obtained by considering pole-reduction of the semi-discrete Kadomtsev-Petviashvili (KP) equation. The key relation called the discrete-time closure relation is directly...

We applied a two-ring network to study the dynamics of agents in a financial market. Two rings are randomly connected by coupling links. The Ising model is adopted to determine the state of each node, representing a financial agent. To relate the Ising network to a financial market, we mapped the (+1) state to the buying state and (-1) state to the selling state. The probability of changing...

Feeding the elastic rope steadily from the height toward a plane with constant velocity results in the circular coiling which is a manifestation of the buckling instability. The axial compressive forces, responsible for the buckling instability, are the own weight of rope due to the gravity and the inertial force due to the momentum of rope. The coiling frequency and the coiling radius are...