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This paper develops a functional relation between
Digital Libraries and Confucion Integrated Curriculum Learning systems. We show
that under certain properties of Learning Systems which can implement
laissez-faire markets under uncertainty, the systems integration is possible in
entropy space.

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The stability and convergence of the neural networks are the fundamental characteristics in the Hopfield type networks. Since time delay is ubiquitous in most physical and biological systems, more attention is being made for the delayed neural networks. The inclusion of time delay into a neural model is natural due to the finite transmission time of the interactions. The stability analysis of the neural networks depends on the Lyapunov function and hence it must be constructed for the given system. In this paper we have made an attempt to establish the logarithmic stability of the impulsive delayed neural networks by constructing suitable Lyapunov function.

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We present an exact solution for an asymmetric exclusion process on a ring with three classes of particles and vacancies. Using a matrix product Ansatz, we find explicit expressions for the weights of the configurations in the stationary state. The solution involves tensor products of quadratic algebras.

Abstract:
The stability and convergence of the neural networks are the fundamental characteristics in the Hopfield type networks. Since time delay is ubiquitous in most physical and biological systems, more attention is being made for the delayed neural networks. The inclusion of time delay into a neural model is natural due to the finite transmission time of the interactions. The stability analysis of the neural networks depends on the Lyapunov function and hence it must be constructed for the given system. In this paper we have made an attempt to establish the logarithmic stability of the impulsive delayed neural networks by constructing suitable Lyapunov function.

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The combinatorial optimization problem is one of the important applications in neural network computation. The solutions of linearly constrained continuous optimization problems are difficult with an exact algorithm, but the algorithm for the solution of such problems is derived by using logarithm barrier function. In this paper we have made an attempt to solve the linear constrained optimization problem by using general logarithm barrier function to get an approximate solution. In this case the barrier parameters behave as temperature decreasing to zero from sufficiently large positive number satisfying convexity of the barrier function. We have developed an algorithm to generate decreasing sequence of solution converging to zero limit.

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Molecular motors convert chemical energy derived from the hydrolysis of ATP into mechanical energy. A well-studied model of a molecular motor is the flashing ratchet model. We show that this model exhibits a fluctuation relation known as the Gallavotti-Cohen symmetry. Our study highlights the fact that the symmetry is present only if the chemical and mechanical degrees of freedom are both included in the description.

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This review is focused on the application of specific fluctuation relations, such as the Gallavotti-Cohen relation, to ratchet models of a molecular motor. A special emphasis is placed on two-states models such as the flashing ratchet model. We derive the Gallavotti-Cohen fluctuation relation for these models and we discuss some of its implications.

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The asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP) plays the role of a paradigm in non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. We review exact results for the ASEP obtained by Bethe ansatz and put emphasis on the algebraic properties of this model. The Bethe equations for the eigenvalues of the Markov matrix of the ASEP are derived from the algebraic Bethe ansatz. Using these equations we explain how to calculate the spectral gap of the model and how global spectral properties such as the existence of multiplets can be predicted. An extension of the Bethe ansatz leads to an analytic expression for the large deviation function of the current in the ASEP that satisfies the Gallavotti-Cohen relation. Finally, we describe some variants of the ASEP that are also solvable by Bethe ansatz. Keywords: ASEP, integrable models, Bethe ansatz, large deviations.

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The algebraic structure underlying the totally asymmetric exclusion process is studied by using the Bethe Ansatz technique. From the properties of the algebra generated by the local jump operators, we explicitly construct the hierarchy of operators (called generalized hamiltonians) that commute with the Markov operator. The transfer matrix, which is the generating function of these operators, is shown to represent a discrete Markov process with long-range jumps. We give a general combinatorial formula for the connected hamiltonians obtained by taking the logarithm of the transfer matrix. This formula is proved using a symbolic calculation program for the first ten connected operators. Keywords: ASEP, Algebraic Bethe Ansatz. Pacs numbers: 02.30.Ik, 02.50.-r, 75.10.Pq.

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We study analytically and numerically the problem of a nonlinear mechanical oscillator with additive noise in the absence of damping. We show that the amplitude, the velocity and the energy of the oscillator grow algebraically with time. For Gaussian white noise, an analytical expression for the probability distribution function of the energy is obtained in the long-time limit. In the case of colored, Ornstein-Uhlenbeck noise, a self-consistent calculation leads to (different) anomalous diffusion exponents. Dimensional analysis yields the qualitative behavior of the prefactors (generalized diffusion constants) as a function of the correlation time.