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The stable graph: the metric space scaling limit of a critical random graph with i.i.d. power-law degrees

We prove a metric space scaling limit for a critical random graph with independent and identically distributed degrees having power-law tail behaviour with exponent $\alpha+1$, where $\alpha \in (1,2)$. Expand abstract.
9 days ago
10/10 relevant
arXiv

Alteration of Power Law Scaling of Spontaneous Brain Activity in Schizophrenia

The power law scaling analysis may serve as a novel functional brain imaging marker for evaluating patients with mental illness. Expand abstract.
9 days ago
10/10 relevant
bioRxiv

Curvature of magnetic field lines in compressible magnetized turbulence: Statistics, magnetization predictions, gradient curvature, modes and self-gravitating media

Magnetic field lines in interstellar media have a rich morphology, which could be characterized by geometrical parameters such as curvature and torsion. Expand abstract.
17 days ago
5/10 relevant
arXiv

A non linear Ohm's law -a phenomenological approach

We deduce from the second Newton's Law the medium constitutive Ohm's Law for an electrical flow with a square power law for conduction resistivity Expand abstract.
18 days ago
4/10 relevant
engrXiv

Categorizing SHR and WKY rats by chi2 algorithm and decision tree

It has been proposed that distinct and yet robust exponents of the power law can differentiate human behavior. Expand abstract.
18 days ago
5/10 relevant
bioRxiv

Statistical mass function of prestellar cores from the density distribution of their natal clouds

The mass function of clumps observed in molecular clouds raises interesting theoretical issues, especially in its relation to the stellar initial mass function. Expand abstract.
21 days ago
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arXiv

Scaling Laws for Neural Language Models

The loss scales as a power-law with model size, dataset size, and the amount of compute used for training, with some trends spanning more than seven orders of magnitude. Expand abstract.
30 days ago
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arXiv

NuSTAR and Parkes observations of the transitional millisecond pulsar binary XSS J12270-4859 in the rotation-powered state

The average X-ray spectrum, extending up to about 70keV without a spectral break, is well described by a simple power-law with photon index Gamma = 1.17+/-0.08 giving a 3-79keV luminosity of 7.6(-0.8;+3.8)x10**32 erg/s, for a distance of 1.37(-0.15;+0.69)kpc. Expand abstract.
36 days ago
4/10 relevant
arXiv

The `Red Supergiant Problem': the upper luminosity boundary of type-II supernova progenitors

By comparing the properties of Red Supergiant (RSG) supernova progenitors to those of field RSGs, it has been claimed that there is an absence of progenitors with luminosities $L$ above $\log(L/L_\odot) > 5.2$. Expand abstract.
36 days ago
5/10 relevant
arXiv

On the Independence of Fundamental Decompositions of Power-Law Kinetic Systems

It was the basis of the Higher Deficiency Algorithm for mass action systems of Ji and Feinberg, and the Multistationarity Algorithm for power-law kinetic systems of Hernandez et al. Expand abstract.
38 days ago
10/10 relevant
arXiv