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We have computed minimum energy magnetic structure configurations of Mn nanoclusters ranging from 10 to 55 atoms in size. Spin-polarized electronic properties are calculated by solving an spd tight-binding Hubbard like Hamiltonian in the unrestricted Hartree–Fock approximation by using a...
The electrostatic configurations of the Born–Infeld field in the 2-dimensional Euclidean plane are obtained by means of a non-holomorphic complex mapping which captures the structure of equipotential and field lines. For multipole-like solutions, the electrostatic field reaches the...
By using the Bogoliubov–de Gennes equation and the Nambu spinor Greens function approach, we have theoretically studied the dc Josephson current and the coupling phase state of superconductor/ferromagnet/superconductor (SC/FM/SC) junctions, where the FM is of weak ferromagnetism. From the...
Effects of corrupt source on the dynamics of simultaneous move strategic games are analyzed for classical and quantum settings. Corruption rate dependent changes in payoffs and strategies are observed. It is shown that there is a critical corruption rate at which the players lose their quantum...
This Letter investigates the problem of robust global exponential stability analysis for interval recurrent neural networks (RNNs) via the linear matrix inequality (LMI) approach. The values of the time-invariant uncertain parameters are assumed to be bounded within given compact sets. An...
The antiferromagnetic spin-3/2 Blume–Capel model in an external magnetic field is formulated on the Bethe lattice by means of the exact recursion relations. This allows one to study the critical properties of the model as the properties of the iteration sequence ( x n , y n , z n ) in the limit...
The localization problem in stationary and non-stationary chaotic field with long-range correlation, which is generated by modified Bernoulli map, is numerically studied. The map can generate stationary ( B <2) and non-stationary ( B ⩾2) sequence by changing the parameter B . We investigate...
Electronic and transport properties of the radially deformed zigzag single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) are studied by using numerical calculations. We found that tube squashed by tips with different widths may induce different shapes of the cross section, and thus affect their electronic and...
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