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题名: ANALYTICAL TREATMENT FOR A SPRING-BLOCK MODEL
作者: DING, EJ ;  LU, YN
刊名: PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
出版日期: 1993
卷号: 70, 期号:23, 页码:3627-3630
关键词: SELF-ORGANIZED CRITICALITY ;  EARTHQUAKES
学科分类: Physics
通讯作者: DING, EJ , BEIJING NORMAL UNIV,INST LOW ENERGY NUCL PHYS,BEIJING 100875,PEOPLES R CHINA.
部门归属: CHINESE CTR ADV SCI & TECHNOL,WORLD LAB,BEIJING 100080,PEOPLES R CHINA; ACAD SINICA,INST THEORET PHYS,BEIJING 100080,PEOPLES R CHINA
英文摘要: The stick-slip process in a spring-block model is considered in terms of cellular automaton. The probability of the slip size is exactly calculated. It is shown analytically that there is a scaling relation D(DELTA) is-proportional-to DELTA(xi)exp (-DELTA/DELTA0) between the slip size DELTA and its probability D(DELTA) with a universal exponent xi = -3/2, while the value of DELTA0 depends on the details of the system.
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URI标识: http://ir.itp.ac.cn/handle/311006/12031
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DING, EJ,LU, YN. ANALYTICAL TREATMENT FOR A SPRING-BLOCK MODEL[J]. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS,1993,70(23):3627-3630.
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