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Denis Ullmo (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(9):31721.
In their seminal 1984 paper Bohigas, Giannoni and Schmit (1984-a) (see also Bohigas, Giannoni and Schmit 1984-b), stated a conjecture... more
Fernando Silva et al. (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(7):33333.
Evolutionary robotics is a field of research that employs evolutionary computation to generate robots that adapt to... more
Lu Lu and Alan Watson (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(7):32454.
Cosmic rays with the kinetic energy of a well-hit tennis ball strike the top of the earth’s atmosphere about 10 times every second... more
Fatima Soomro and PierLuigi Campana (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(7):32452.
The dominance of matter in our Universe is one of the deepest mysteries in Nature. According to theoretical models, matter and anti-matter... more
Patrick Koppenburg et al. (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(6):32643.
Physics studies fundamental interactions and their effects. At the most basic level, particle physics aims to describe the fundamental blocks of... more
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