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 Quasi-one-dimensional models for glassy dynam... 
 
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We describe analytical calculations and simulations of the quasi-one-dimensional (Q1-D) model for glassy dynamics. In the Q1-D models, hard rods undergo single-file diffusion through a series of narrow channels connected by J intersections. The topology of the model is specified by J, the maximum number of rods in each middle channel K, and the number of rods N. We assume that the rods cannot turn at the intersections, and thus there is a single, continuous route through the system. This model displays hallmarks of glassy dynamics including caging behavior and subdiffusion, rapid growth in the structural relaxation time, and collective particle rearrangements.The analytical calculations are supported quantitatively by Monte Carlo simulations.
 
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Added By - A Ghosh
Subject - Physics
Document Type - PhD Thesis
 
 
   
   

 

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 Application of Multiresolution Analysis in Re... 
 
Abstract
 Multiresolution analysis deals with multi-scale characterization of signals, whereas Renormalization group involves multi-scale analysis of lattice spin systems. Although, developed independently for entirely different purposes, these two fascinating techniques share intriguing conceptual similarity that compelled many researchers to investigate this connection. This article is an introductory review(meant for beginners in both the areas) of those research works that may inspire readers to study further on this topic.
 
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Added By - soumikpsu
Subject - Physics
Document Type - Term Paper
 
 
   
   

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