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Spatial attention affects the early processing of neutral versus fearful faces when they are task-irrelevant: a classifier study of the EEG C1 component (2018)
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EEG studies suggest that the emotional content of visual stimuli is processed rapidly. In particular, the C1 component, which occurs up to 100 ms after stimulus onset and likely reflects activity in primary visual cortex V1, has been reported to be s... Read More about Spatial attention affects the early processing of neutral versus fearful faces when they are task-irrelevant: a classifier study of the EEG C1 component.

The effect of forest dislocations on the evolution of a phase-field model for plastic slip (2018)
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Dondl, P., Kurzke, M., & Wojtowytsch, S. (2019). The effect of forest dislocations on the evolution of a phase-field model for plastic slip. Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, 232(1), 65–119. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00205-018-1317-2

We consider the gradient flow evolution of a phase-field model for crystal dislocations in a single slip system in the presence of forest dislocations. The model is based on a Peierls-Nabarro type energy penalizing non-integer slip and elastic stress... Read More about The effect of forest dislocations on the evolution of a phase-field model for plastic slip.

The structure of a dewetting rim with strong slip: the long-time evolution (2018)
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Evans, P., King, J., & Münch, A. (2018). The structure of a dewetting rim with strong slip: the long-time evolution. Multiscale Modeling and Simulation: A SIAM Interdisciplinary Journal, 16(3), 1365-1391. https://doi.org/10.1137/15M1051221

When a thin viscous film dewets from a solid substrate, the liquid forms a characteristic rim near the contact line as the contact line retracts. The shape of the rim and also the retraction rate vary strongly with the amount of slip that occurs at t... Read More about The structure of a dewetting rim with strong slip: the long-time evolution.

The geometry of Sloppiness (2018)
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Raman, D. V., Harrington, H. A., Dufresne, E., Harrington, H. A., & Raman, D. V. (in press). The geometry of Sloppiness. Journal of Algebraic Statistics, 9(1), 30-68

The use of mathematical models in the sciences often involves the estimation of unknown parameter values from data. Sloppiness provides information about the uncertainty of this task. In this paper, we develop a precise mathematical foundation for sl... Read More about The geometry of Sloppiness.

Gravity with more or less gauging (2018)
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Gielen, S., de León Ardón, R., & Percacci, R. (2018). Gravity with more or less gauging. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 35(19), 195009. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6382/aadbd1

General relativity is usually formulated as a theory with gauge invariance under the diffeomorphism group, but there is a 'dilaton' formulation where it is in addition invariant under Weyl transformations, and a 'unimodular' formulation where it is o... Read More about Gravity with more or less gauging.