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en-ushttp://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/current.shtmlhttp://cpb.iphy.ac.cn5<![CDATA[A new generalized fractional Dirac soliton hierarchy and its fractional Hamiltonian structure]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50630.shtml
<![CDATA[Exact solutions for nonlinear partial fractional differential equations]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50632.shtml
G'/G)-expansion function method to calculate the exact solutions for the time and space fractional derivatives Foam Drainage equation and the time and space fractional derivatives nonlinear KdV equation. This method is efficient and powerful in solving wide classes of nonlinear evolution fractional order equations.]]><![CDATA[Relativity and impossibility of superluminal motion]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50633.shtml
<![CDATA[Effects of error feedback on a nonlinear bistable system with stochastic resonance]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50634.shtml
<![CDATA[Robust <i>H</i><sub>¡Þ</sub> control for uncertain systems with heterogeneous time-varying delays via static output feedback]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50635.shtml
H_{¡Þ} control for a novel class of uncertain linear continuous-time systems with heterogeneous time-varying state/input delays and norm-bounded parameter uncertainties. The objective is to design a static output feedback controller such that the closed-loop system is asymptotically stable while satisfying a prescribed H_{¡Þ} performance level for all admissible uncertainties. By constructing an appropriate Lyapunov-Krasvskii functional, a delay-dependent stability criterion of the closed-loop system is presented with the help of the Jensen integral inequality. From the derived criterion, the solutions to the problem are formulated in terms of linear matrix inequalities and hence are tractable numerically. A simulation example is given to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed design method.]]><![CDATA[Comparison and control of the robustness between quantum entanglement and quantum correlation in open quantum system]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50636.shtml
<![CDATA[Phase diagrams of the spin-2 Ising model in the presence of a quenched diluted crystal field distribution]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50637.shtml
<![CDATA[Non-completely elastic interactions in (2+1)-dimensional dispersive long wave equation]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50638.shtml
<![CDATA[Leader¡ªfollowing consensus criteria for multi-agent systems with time-varying delays and switching interconnection topologies]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50680.shtml
<![CDATA[Ellipsometric configurations using a phase retarder and rotating polarizer and analyzer at any speed ratio]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50681.shtml
N. Different ellipsometric configurations are presented by assuming N = 1, 2, and 3. Moreover, two values of the offset angle of the retarder are considered for each ellipsometric configuration. The Muller formalism is employed to extract the Stokes parameters, from which the intensity received by the detector is obtained. The optical properties of c-Si are calculated using all configurations. A comparison between different configurations is carried out considering the effect of the noise on the results and the uncertainties in the ellipsometric parameters as functions of the uncertainties of the Fourier coefficients. It is found that the alignment of the phase retarder has a crucial impact on the results and the ellipsometric configuration with speed ratio 1:1 is preferred over the other configurations.]]><![CDATA[Noether¡ªMei symmetry of discrete mechanico-electrical system]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50692.shtml
<![CDATA[A nonlinear discrete integrable coupling system and its infinite conservation laws]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50693.shtml
<![CDATA[Linear superposition solutions to nonlinear wave equations]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50694.shtml
K(2,2,1), the Oliver water wave equation, and the k(n,n) equation are given. The structure characteristic of the nonlinear wave equations having linear superposition solutions is analyzed, and the reason why the solutions with the forms of hyperbolic, triangle, and exponential functions can form the linear superposition solutions is also discussed.]]><![CDATA[A scaled boundary node method applied to two-dimensional crack problems]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50696.shtml
<![CDATA[Effects of external fields on two-dimensional Klein¡ªGordon particle under pseudo-harmonic oscillator interaction]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50698.shtml
<![CDATA[Entanglement concentration for arbitrary hybrid less-entangled state and <i>W</i> state using quantum dots and microcavity coupled system]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50699.shtml
W state using two ancillary photons and classical communication. The proposed protocols provide us with a useful method to concentrate less-entangled states, which can be implemented with current technology.]]><![CDATA[Dynamic stability of parametrically-excited linear resonant beams under periodic axial force]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50700.shtml
<![CDATA[Single source emission of proton projectile fragments in nucleus-emulsion interactions]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50701.shtml
A GeV ^{16}O, 500A MeV ^{56}Fe, and 1.7A GeV ^{84}Kr induced different kinds of emulsion targets (H, CNO, and AgBr) interactions are investigated. It is found that the projected angular distribution and transverse momentum distribution can be well represented by a single Gaussian distribution. Comparison of transverse momentum distribution with the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution reveals that proton projectile fragments are emitted from a single-temperature emission source. The temperature is different for different colliding systems, and linearly depends on the target size.]]><![CDATA[Enhancement of density divergence in an insect outbreak model driven by colored noise]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50703.shtml
<![CDATA[Chaos suppression of uncertain gyros in a given finite time]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50704.shtml
<![CDATA[New method for calculating the Berry connection in atom¡ªmolecule systems]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50705.shtml
U(1) symmetry, which presents an apparent hurdle for calculating the Berry connection in these systems. We develop a perturbation expansion method of Hannay's angle suitable for calculating the Berry curvature in the atom-molecule systems. With this Berry curvature, the Berry connection can be naturally computed. We use a three-level atom-molecule system to illustrate our results. In particular, with this method, we compute the curvature for Hannay's angle analytically, and compare it to the Berry curvature obtained with the second-quantized model of the same system. An excellent agreement is found, indicating the validity of our method.]]><![CDATA[Cluster projective synchronization of complex networks with nonidentical dynamical nodes]]>
http://cpb.iphy.ac.cn/EN/abstract/abstract50706.shtml