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#1Robijn VanhoveH-Index: 4

#2Laurens LootensH-Index: 3

Last. Frank VerstraeteH-Index: 84

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We use the formalism of strange correlators to construct a critical classical lattice model in two dimensions with the \emph{Haagerup fusion category}\mathcal{H}_3as input data. We present compelling numerical evidence in the form of finite entanglement scaling to support a Haagerup conformal field theory (CFT) with central charge c=2 Generalized twisted CFT spectra are numerically obtained through exact diagonalization of the transfer matrix and the conformal towers are separated in the s...

Last. Masaki Tezuka

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We numerically study an anyon chain based on the Haagerup fusion category, and find evidence that it leads in the long-distance limit to a conformal field theory whose central charge is \sim 2 Fusion categories generalize the concept of finite group symmetries to non-invertible symmetry operations, and the Haagerup fusion category is the simplest one which comes neither from finite groups nor affine Lie algebras. As such, ours is the first example of conformal field theories which have truly ...

#1Yao-Dong LiH-Index: 19

#2Romain VasseurH-Index: 33

Last. Andreas W. W. LudwigH-Index: 21

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We introduce an exact mapping of Clifford (stabilizer) random tensor networks (RTNs) and monitored quantum circuits, onto a statistical mechanics model. With Haar unitaries, the fundamental degrees of freedom ('spins') are permutations because all operators commuting with the action of the unitaries on a tensor product arise from permutations of the tensor factors ('Schur-Weyl duality'). For unitaries restricted to the smaller Clifford group, the set of commuting operators, the 'commutant', form...

#1Marcus V. S. Bonança (State University of Campinas)H-Index: 8

#2Sebastian Deffner (UMBC: University of Maryland, Baltimore County)H-Index: 31

Linear, irreversible thermodynamics predicts that the entropy production rate can become negative. We demonstrate this prediction for metals under AC-driving whose conductivity is well-described by the Drude-Sommerfeld model. We then show that these negative rates are fully compatible with stochastic thermodynamics, namely, that the entropy production does fulfill a fluctuation theorem. The analysis is concluded with the observation that the stochastic entropy production as defined by the surpri...

#2Soham BiswasH-Index: 6

Last. Thomas GorinH-Index: 18

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We construct quantum analogs of classical stochastic processes, by replacing random "which path" decisions with superposition of all paths. This procedure typically leads to non-unitary quantum evolution, where coherences are continuously generated and destroyed. In spite of their transient nature, these coherences can change the scaling behavior of classical observables. Using the zero temperature Glauber dynamics in a linear Ising spin chain, we find quantum analogs with different domain growt...

#1Hernando Quevedo (UNAM: National Autonomous University of Mexico)H-Index: 31

#2María N. Quevedo (UMNG: Military University Nueva Granada)H-Index: 5

Last. Alberto SánchezH-Index: 19

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We explore the properties of the equilibrium space of van der Waals thermodynamic systems. We use an invariant representation of the fundamental equation by using the law of corresponding states, which allows us to perform a general analysis for all possible van der Waals systems. The investigation of the equilibrium space is performed by using the Legendre invariant formalism of geometrothermodynamics, which guarantees the independence of the results from the choice of thermodynamic potential. ...

#1Yunxiang LiaoH-Index: 4

#2Victor GalitskiH-Index: 37

Ergodicity is a fundamental principle of statistical mechanics underlying the behavior of generic quantum many-body systems. However, how this universal many-body quantum chaotic regime emerges due to interactions remains largely a puzzle. This paper demonstrates using both heuristic arguments and a microscopic calculation that a dephasing mechanism, similar to Altshuler-Aronov-Khmelnitskii dephasing in the theory of localization, underlies this transition to chaos. We focus on the behavior of t...

#1Kiyoshi Kanazawa (University of Tsukuba)H-Index: 12

#2Didier Sornette (Southern University of Science and Technology)H-Index: 107

The origin(s) of the ubiquity of probability distribution functions (PDF) with power law tails is still a matter of fascination and investigation in many scientific fields from linguistic, social, economic, computer sciences to essentially all natural sciences. In parallel, self-excited dynamics is a prevalent characteristic of many systems, from the physics of shot noise and intermittent processes, to seismicity, financial and social systems. Motivated by activation processes of the Arrhenius f...

#1Ken SekimotoH-Index: 30

Based on the analysis of probability flow, where the First Passage (FP) is realised as the sink of probability, we summarise the protocol to find the distribution of the First Passage Time (FTP). We also describe the corresponding formula for the discrete time case.

#1Lorenzo CapriniH-Index: 12

#2Fabio CecconiH-Index: 23

Last. Umberto Marini Bettolo MarconiH-Index: 39

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We study the dynamics of one-dimensional active particles confined in a double-well potential, focusing on the escape properties of the system, such as the mean escape time from a well. We first consider a single-particle both in near and far-from-equilibrium regimes by varying the persistence time of the active force and the swim velocity. A non-monotonic behavior of the mean escape time is observed with the persistence time of the activity, revealing the existence of an optimal choice of the p...

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