# J. P. Delahaye - SLAC

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## Pub CategoriesPhysics - Accelerator Physics (11) Computer Science - Computational Complexity (11) Physics - Disordered Systems and Neural Networks (11) Computer Science - Information Theory (10) Mathematics - Information Theory (10) Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (5) Physics - Materials Science (4) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (3) Nuclear Experiment (2) Mathematics - Probability (2) Nuclear Theory (2) High Energy Physics - Experiment (2) Computer Science - Symbolic Computation (1) Computer Science - Discrete Mathematics (1) Statistics - Methodology (1) Computer Science - Computational Geometry (1) Nonlinear Sciences - Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems (1) Physics - Superconductivity (1) Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) Physics - Optics (1) Computer Science - Other (1) Nonlinear Sciences - Pattern Formation and Solitons (1) High Energy Physics - Lattice (1) Computer Science - Computational Engineering; Finance; and Science (1) |

## Publications Authored By J. P. Delahaye

**Authors:**M. F. Orihuela, M. Ortuno, A. M. Somoza, J. Colchero, E. Palacios-Lidón, T. Grenet, J. Delahaye

We have used the Scanning Kelvin probe microscopy technique to monitor the charging process of highly resistive granular thin films. The sample is connected to two leads and is separated by an insulator layer from a gate electrode. When a gate voltage is applied, charges enter from the leads and rearrange across the sample. Read More

**Authors:**D. Neuffer

^{1}, D. Stratakis

^{2}, M. Palmer

^{3}, J-P Delahaye

^{4}, D. Summers

^{5}, R. Ryne

^{6}, M. A. Cummings

^{7}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Fermilab,

^{2}Fermilab,

^{3}Brookhaven,

^{4}Mississippi U.,

^{5}Mississippi U.,

^{6}LBL, Berkeley,

^{7}MUONS Inc., Batavia

**Category:**Physics - Accelerator Physics

The Muon Accelerator Program (MAP) has completed a four-year study on the feasibility of muon colliders and on using stored muon beams for neutrinos. That study was broadly successful in its goals, establishing the feasibility of heavy lepton colliders (HLCs) from the 125 GeV Higgs Factory to more than 10 TeV, as well as exploring using a {\mu} storage ring (MSR) for neutrinos, and establishing that MSRs could provide factory-level intensities of $\nu_e (\bar{\nu}_e)$ and $\bar{\nu}_\mu$ $({\nu}_\mu)$ beams. The key components of the collider and neutrino factory systems were identified. Read More

The concept of "logical depth" introduced by Charles H. Bennett (1988) seems to capture, at least partially, the notion of organized complexity, so central in big history. More precisely, the increase in organized complexity refers here to the wealth, variety and intricacy of structures, and should not be confused with the increase of random complexity, formalized by Kolmogorov (1965). Read More

Electron-beam deposition of an insulating granular aluminium or of an off-stoichiometric amorphous alumina layer on a $SrTiO_3$ surface is a simple way to get a metallic interface from insulating materials. No heating nor specific preparation of the $SrTiO_3$ surface are needed. In this paper, we investigate how the electrical properties of this interface can be tuned by the use of a back gate voltage (electrical field through the $SrTiO_3$ substrate). Read More

**Authors:**The CLIC, CLICdp collaborations, :, M. J. Boland, U. Felzmann, P. J. Giansiracusa, T. G. Lucas, R. P. Rassool, C. Balazs, T. K. Charles, K. Afanaciev, I. Emeliantchik, A. Ignatenko, V. Makarenko, N. Shumeiko, A. Patapenka, I. Zhuk, A. C. Abusleme Hoffman, M. A. Diaz Gutierrez, M. Vogel Gonzalez, Y. Chi, X. He, G. Pei, S. Pei, G. Shu, X. Wang, J. Zhang, F. Zhao, Z. Zhou, H. Chen, Y. Gao, W. Huang, Y. P. Kuang, B. Li, Y. Li, J. Shao, J. Shi, C. Tang, X. Wu, L. Ma, Y. Han, W. Fang, Q. Gu, D. Huang, X. Huang, J. Tan, Z. Wang, Z. Zhao, T. Laštovička, U. Uggerhoj, T. N. Wistisen, A. Aabloo, K. Eimre, K. Kuppart, S. Vigonski, V. Zadin, M. Aicheler, E. Baibuz, E. Brücken, F. Djurabekova, P. Eerola, F. Garcia, E. Haeggström, K. Huitu, V. Jansson, V. Karimaki, I. Kassamakov, A. Kyritsakis, S. Lehti, A. Meriläinen, R. Montonen, T. Niinikoski, K. Nordlund, K. Österberg, M. Parekh, N. A. Törnqvist, J. Väinölä, M. Veske, W. Farabolini, A. Mollard, O. Napoly, F. Peauger, J. Plouin, P. Bambade, I. Chaikovska, R. Chehab, M. Davier, W. Kaabi, E. Kou, F. LeDiberder, R. Pöschl, D. Zerwas, B. Aimard, G. Balik, J. -P. Baud, J. -J. Blaising, L. Brunetti, M. Chefdeville, C. Drancourt, N. Geoffroy, J. Jacquemier, A. Jeremie, Y. Karyotakis, J. M. Nappa, S. Vilalte, G. Vouters, A. Bernard, I. Peric, M. Gabriel, F. Simon, M. Szalay, N. van der Kolk, T. Alexopoulos, E. N. Gazis, N. Gazis, E. Ikarios, V. Kostopoulos, S. Kourkoulis, P. D. Gupta, P. Shrivastava, H. Arfaei, M. K. Dayyani, H. Ghasem, S. S. Hajari, H. Shaker, Y. Ashkenazy, H. Abramowicz, Y. Benhammou, O. Borysov, S. Kananov, A. Levy, I. Levy, O. Rosenblat, G. D'Auria, S. Di Mitri, T. Abe, A. Aryshev, T. Higo, Y. Makida, S. Matsumoto, T. Shidara, T. Takatomi, Y. Takubo, T. Tauchi, N. Toge, K. Ueno, J. Urakawa, A. Yamamoto, M. Yamanaka, R. Raboanary, R. Hart, H. van der Graaf, G. Eigen, J. Zalieckas, E. Adli, R. Lillestøl, L. Malina, J. Pfingstner, K. N. Sjobak, W. Ahmed, M. I. Asghar, H. Hoorani, S. Bugiel, R. Dasgupta, M. Firlej, T. A. Fiutowski, M. Idzik, M. Kopec, M. Kuczynska, J. Moron, K. P. Swientek, W. Daniluk, B. Krupa, M. Kucharczyk, T. Lesiak, A. Moszczynski, B. Pawlik, P. Sopicki, T. Wojtoń, L. Zawiejski, J. Kalinowski, M. Krawczyk, A. F. Żarnecki, E. Firu, V. Ghenescu, A. T. Neagu, T. Preda, I-S. Zgura, A. Aloev, N. Azaryan, J. Budagov, M. Chizhov, M. Filippova, V. Glagolev, A. Gongadze, S. Grigoryan, D. Gudkov, V. Karjavine, M. Lyablin, A. Olyunin, A. Samochkine, A. Sapronov, G. Shirkov, V. Soldatov, A. Solodko, E. Solodko, G. Trubnikov, I. Tyapkin, V. Uzhinsky, A. Vorozhtov, E. Levichev, N. Mezentsev, P. Piminov, D. Shatilov, P. Vobly, K. Zolotarev, I. Bozovic Jelisavcic, G. Kacarevic, S. Lukic, G. Milutinovic-Dumbelovic, M. Pandurovic, U. Iriso, F. Perez, M. Pont, J. Trenado, M. Aguilar-Benitez, J. Calero, L. Garcia-Tabares, D. Gavela, J. L. Gutierrez, D. Lopez, F. Toral, D. Moya, A. Ruiz Jimeno, I. Vila, T. Argyropoulos, C. Blanch Gutierrez, M. Boronat, D. Esperante, A. Faus-Golfe, J. Fuster, N. Fuster Martinez, N. Galindo Muñoz, I. García, J. Giner Navarro, E. Ros, M. Vos, R. Brenner, T. Ekelöf, M. Jacewicz, J. Ögren, M. Olvegård, R. Ruber, V. Ziemann, D. Aguglia, N. Alipour Tehrani, A. Andersson, F. Andrianala, F. Antoniou, K. Artoos, S. Atieh, R. Ballabriga Sune, M. J. Barnes, J. Barranco Garcia, H. Bartosik, C. Belver-Aguilar, A. Benot Morell, D. R. Bett, S. Bettoni, G. Blanchot, O. Blanco Garcia, X. A. Bonnin, O. Brunner, H. Burkhardt, S. Calatroni, M. Campbell, N. Catalan Lasheras, M. Cerqueira Bastos, A. Cherif, E. Chevallay, B. Constance, R. Corsini, B. Cure, S. Curt, B. Dalena, D. Dannheim, G. De Michele, L. De Oliveira, N. Deelen, J. P. Delahaye, T. Dobers, S. Doebert, M. Draper, F. Duarte Ramos, A. Dubrovskiy, K. Elsener, J. Esberg, M. Esposito, V. Fedosseev, P. Ferracin, A. Fiergolski, K. Foraz, A. Fowler, F. Friebel, J-F. Fuchs, C. A. Fuentes Rojas, A. Gaddi, L. Garcia Fajardo, H. Garcia Morales, C. Garion, L. Gatignon, J-C. Gayde, H. Gerwig, A. N. Goldblatt, C. Grefe, A. Grudiev, F. G. Guillot-Vignot, M. L. Gutt-Mostowy, M. Hauschild, C. Hessler, J. K. Holma, E. Holzer, M. Hourican, D. Hynds, Y. Inntjore Levinsen, B. Jeanneret, E. Jensen, M. Jonker, M. Kastriotou, J. M. K. Kemppinen, R. B. Kieffer, W. Klempt, O. Kononenko, A. Korsback, E. Koukovini Platia, J. W. Kovermann, C-I. Kozsar, I. Kremastiotis, S. Kulis, A. Latina, F. Leaux, P. Lebrun, T. Lefevre, L. Linssen, X. Llopart Cudie, A. A. Maier, H. Mainaud Durand, E. Manosperti, C. Marelli, E. Marin Lacoma, R. Martin, S. Mazzoni, G. Mcmonagle, O. Mete, L. M. Mether, M. Modena, R. M. Münker, T. Muranaka, E. Nebot Del Busto, N. Nikiforou, D. Nisbet, J-M. Nonglaton, F. X. Nuiry, A. Nürnberg, M. Olvegard, J. Osborne, S. Papadopoulou, Y. Papaphilippou, A. Passarelli, M. Patecki, L. Pazdera, D. Pellegrini, K. Pepitone, E. Perez Codina, A. Perez Fontenla, T. H. B. Persson, M. Petrič, F. Pitters, S. Pittet, F. Plassard, R. Rajamak, S. Redford, Y. Renier, S. F. Rey, G. Riddone, L. Rinolfi, E. Rodriguez Castro, P. Roloff, C. Rossi, V. Rude, G. Rumolo, A. Sailer, E. Santin, D. Schlatter, H. Schmickler, D. Schulte, N. Shipman, E. Sicking, R. Simoniello, P. K. Skowronski, P. Sobrino Mompean, L. Soby, M. P. Sosin, S. Sroka, S. Stapnes, G. Sterbini, R. Ström, I. Syratchev, F. Tecker, P. A. Thonet, L. Timeo, H. Timko, R. Tomas Garcia, P. Valerio, A. L. Vamvakas, A. Vivoli, M. A. Weber, R. Wegner, M. Wendt, B. Woolley, W. Wuensch, J. Uythoven, H. Zha, P. Zisopoulos, M. Benoit, M. Vicente Barreto Pinto, M. Bopp, H. H. Braun, M. Csatari Divall, M. Dehler, T. Garvey, J. Y. Raguin, L. Rivkin, R. Zennaro, A. Aksoy, Z. Nergiz, E. Pilicer, I. Tapan, O. Yavas, V. Baturin, R. Kholodov, S. Lebedynskyi, V. Miroshnichenko, S. Mordyk, I. Profatilova, V. Storizhko, N. Watson, A. Winter, J. Goldstein, S. Green, J. S. Marshall, M. A. Thomson, B. Xu, W. A. Gillespie, R. Pan, M. A Tyrk, D. Protopopescu, A. Robson, R. Apsimon, I. Bailey, G. Burt, D. Constable, A. Dexter, S. Karimian, C. Lingwood, M. D. Buckland, G. Casse, J. Vossebeld, A. Bosco, P. Karataev, K. Kruchinin, K. Lekomtsev, L. Nevay, J. Snuverink, E. Yamakawa, V. Boisvert, S. Boogert, G. Boorman, S. Gibson, A. Lyapin, W. Shields, P. Teixeira-Dias, S. West, R. Jones, N. Joshi, R. Bodenstein, P. N. Burrows, G. B. Christian, D. Gamba, C. Perry, J. Roberts, J. A. Clarke, N. A. Collomb, S. P. Jamison, B. J. A. Shepherd, D. Walsh, M. Demarteau, J. Repond, H. Weerts, L. Xia, J. D. Wells, C. Adolphsen, T. Barklow, M. Breidenbach, N. Graf, J. Hewett, T. Markiewicz, D. McCormick, K. Moffeit, Y. Nosochkov, M. Oriunno, N. Phinney, T. Rizzo, S. Tantawi, F. Wang, J. Wang, G. White, M. Woodley

The Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) is a multi-TeV high-luminosity linear e+e- collider under development. For an optimal exploitation of its physics potential, CLIC is foreseen to be built and operated in a staged approach with three centre-of-mass energy stages ranging from a few hundred GeV up to 3 TeV. The first stage will focus on precision Standard Model physics, in particular Higgs and top-quark measurements. Read More

The icosahedral (i-) AlPdRe is the most resistive quasicrystalline alloy discovered so far. Resistivities ($\rho$) of $1\Omega cm$ at 4K and correlated resistance ratios ($RRR = \rho_{4K}/\rho_{300K}$) of more than 200 are observed in polycrystalline samples. These values are two orders of magnitude larger than for the isomorphous i-AlPdMn phase. Read More

Randomness and regularities in Finance are usually treated in probabilistic terms. In this paper, we develop a completely different approach in using a non-probabilistic framework based on the algorithmic information theory initially developed by Kolmogorov (1965). We present some elements of this theory and show why it is particularly relevant to Finance, and potentially to other sub-fields of Economics as well. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Fermilab,

^{2}Fermilab,

^{3}Fermilab,

^{4}MUONS, Inc., Batavia,

^{5}SLAC

**Category:**Physics - Accelerator Physics

Because muons connect directly to a standard-model Higgs particle in s-channel production, a muon collider would be an ideal device for precision measurement of the mass and width of a Higgs-like particle, and for further exploration of its production and decay properties. Parameters of a high-precision muon collider are presented and the necessary components and performance are described. An important advantage of the muon collider approach is that the spin precession of the muons will enable energy measurements at extremely high accuracy (dE/E to 10-6 or better). Read More

**Authors:**Jean-Pierre Delahaye

^{1}, Charles Ankenbrandt

^{2}, Stephen Brice

^{3}, Alan David Bross

^{4}, Dmitri Denisov

^{5}, Estia Eichten

^{6}, Stephen Holmes

^{7}, Ronald Lipton

^{8}, David Neuffer

^{9}, Mark Alan Palmer

^{10}, S. Alex Bogacz

^{11}, Patrick Huber

^{12}, Daniel M. Kaplan

^{13}, Pavel Snopok

^{14}, Harold G. Kirk

^{15}, Robert B. Palmer

^{16}, Robert D. Ryne

^{17}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}SLAC,

^{2}Fermilab,

^{3}Fermilab,

^{4}Fermilab,

^{5}Fermilab,

^{6}Fermilab,

^{7}Fermilab,

^{8}Fermilab,

^{9}Fermilab,

^{10}Fermilab,

^{11}Jefferson Lab,

^{12}Virginia Tech.,

^{13}IIT, Chicago,

^{14}IIT, Chicago,

^{15}Brookhaven,

^{16}Brookhaven,

^{17}LBNL, Berkeley

**Category:**Physics - Accelerator Physics

Muon-based facilities offer unique potential to provide capabilities at both the Intensity Frontier with Neutrino Factories and the Energy Frontier with Muon Colliders. They rely on a novel technology with challenging parameters, for which the feasibility is currently being evaluated by the Muon Accelerator Program (MAP). A realistic scenario for a complementary series of staged facilities with increasing complexity and significant physics potential at each stage has been developed. Read More

**Authors:**Julien Delahaye

^{1}, Thierry Grenet

^{2}, C. Marrache-Kikuchi

^{3}, L. Bergé

^{4}, A. A. Drillien

^{5}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}NEEL,

^{2}NEEL,

^{3}CSNSM,

^{4}CSNSM,

^{5}CSNSM

We present electrical conductance measurements on amorphous NbSi insulating thin films. These films display out-of equilibrium electronic features that are markedly different from what has been reported so far in disordered insulators. Like in the most studied systems (indium oxide and granular Al films), a slow relaxation of the conductance is observed after a quench to liquid helium temperature which gives rise to the growth of a memory dip in MOSFET devices. Read More

Plasma wakefield acceleration (PWFA) holds much promise for advancing the energy frontier because it can potentially provide a 1000-fold or more increase in acceleration gradient with excellent power efficiency in respect with standard technologies. Most of the advances in beam-driven plasma wakefield acceleration were obtained by a UCLA/USC/SLAC collaboration working at the SLAC FFTB[ ]. These experiments have shown that plasmas can accelerate and focus both electron and positron high energy beams, and an accelerating gradient in excess of 50 GeV/m can be sustained in an 85 cm-long plasma. Read More

**Authors:**J-P. Delahaye

^{1}, C. Ankenbrandt

^{2}, A. Bogacz

^{3}, S. Brice

^{4}, A. Bross

^{5}, D. Denisov

^{6}, E. Eichten

^{7}, P. Huber

^{8}, D. M. Kaplan

^{9}, H. Kirk

^{10}, R. Lipton

^{11}, D. Neuffer

^{12}, M. A. Palmer

^{13}, R. Palmer

^{14}, R. Ryne

^{15}, P. Snopok

^{16}

**Affiliations:**

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A staged approach towards muon based facilities for Intensity and Energy Frontier science, building upon existing and proposed facilities at Fermilab, is presented. At each stage, a facility exploring new physics also provides an R&D platform to validate the technology needed for subsequent stages. The envisioned program begins with nuSTORM, a sensitive sterile neutrino search which also provides precision neutrino cross-section measurements while developing the technology of using and cooling muons. Read More

**Authors:**Yuri Alexahin, Charles M. Ankenbrandt, David B. Cline, Alexander Conway, Mary Anne Cummings, Vito Di Benedetto, Estia Eichten, Jean-Pierre Delahaye, Corrado Gatto, Benjamin Grinstein, Jack Gunion, Tao Han, Gail Hanson, Christopher T. Hill, Fedor Ignatov, Rolland P. Johnson, Valeri Lebedev, Leon M. Lederman, Ron Lipton, Zhen Liu, Tom Markiewicz, Anna Mazzacane, Nikolai Mokhov, Sergei Nagaitsev, David Neuffer, Mark Palmer, Milind V. Purohit, Rajendran Raja, Carlo Rubbia, Sergei Striganov, Don Summers, Nikolai Terentiev, Hans Wenzel

We propose the construction of a compact Muon Collider Higgs Factory. Such a machine can produce up to \sim 14,000 at 8\times 10^{31} cm^-2 sec^-1 clean Higgs events per year, enabling the most precise possible measurement of the mass, width and Higgs-Yukawa coupling constants. Read More

We introduce a full field fluorescence imaging technique with axial confinement of about 100 nm at the sample/substrate interface. Contrary to standard surface imaging techniques, this confinement is obtained through emission filtering. This technique is based on supercritical emission selectivity. Read More

**Authors:**Andreas S. Kronfeld

^{1}, Robert S. Tschirhart

^{2}, Usama Al-Binni, Wolfgang Altmannshofer, Charles Ankenbrandt, Kaladi Babu, Sunanda Banerjee, Matthew Bass, Brian Batell, David V. Baxter, Zurab Berezhiani, Marc Bergevin, Robert Bernstein, Sudeb Bhattacharya, Mary Bishai, Thomas Blum, S. Alex Bogacz, Stephen J. Brice, Joachim Brod, Alan Bross, Michael Buchoff, Thomas W. Burgess, Marcela Carena, Luis A. Castellanos, Subhasis Chattopadhyay, Mu-Chun Chen, Daniel Cherdack, Norman H. Christ, Tim Chupp, Vincenzo Cirigliano, Pilar Coloma, Christopher E. Coppola, Ramanath Cowsik, J. Allen Crabtree, André de Gouvêa, Jean-Pierre Delahaye, Dmitri Denisov, Patrick deNiverville, Ranjan Dharmapalan, Markus Diefenthaler, Alexander Dolgov, Georgi Dvali, Estia Eichten, Jürgen Engelfried, Phillip D. Ferguson, Tony Gabriel, Avraham Gal, Franz Gallmeier, Kenneth S. Ganezer, Susan Gardner, Douglas Glenzinski, Stephen Godfrey, Elena S. Golubeva, Stefania Gori, Van B. Graves, Geoffrey Greene, Cory L. Griffard, Ulrich Haisch, Thomas Handler, Brandon Hartfiel, Athanasios Hatzikoutelis, Ayman Hawari, Lawrence Heilbronn, James E. Hill, Patrick Huber, David E. Jaffe, Xiaodong Jiang, Christian Johnson, Yuri Kamyshkov, Daniel M. Kaplan, Boris Kerbikov, Brendan Kiburg, Harold G. Kirk, Andreas Klein, Kyle Knoepfel, Boris Kopeliovich, Vladimir Kopeliovich, Joachim Kopp, Wolfgang Korsch, Graham Kribs, Ronald Lipton, Chen-Yu Liu, Wolfgang Lorenzon, Zheng-Tian Lu, Naomi C. R. Makins, David McKeen, Geoffrey Mills, Michael Mocko, Rabindra Mohapatra, Nikolai V. Mokhov, Guenter Muhrer, Pieter Mumm, David Neuffer, Lev Okun, Mark A. Palmer, Robert Palmer, Robert W. Pattie Jr., David G. Phillips II, Kevin Pitts, Maxim Pospelov, Vitaly S. Pronskikh, Chris Quigg, Erik Ramberg, Amlan Ray, Paul E. Reimer, David G. Richards, Adam Ritz, Amit Roy, Arthur Ruggles, Robert Ryne, Utpal Sarkar, Andy Saunders, Yannis K. Semertzidis, Anatoly Serebrov, Hirohiko Shimizu, Robert Shrock, Arindam K. Sikdar, Pavel V. Snopok, William M. Snow, Aria Soha, Stefan Spanier, Sergei Striganov, Zhaowen Tang, Lawrence Townsend, Jon Urheim, Arkady Vainshtein, Richard Van de Water, Ruth S. Van de Water, Richard J. Van Kooten, Bernard Wehring, William C. Wester III, Lisa Whitehead, Robert J. Wilson, Elizabeth Worcester, Albert R. Young, Geralyn Zeller

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Editors,

^{2}Editors

Part 2 of "Project X: Accelerator Reference Design, Physics Opportunities, Broader Impacts". In this Part, we outline the particle-physics program that can be achieved with Project X, a staged superconducting linac for intensity-frontier particle physics. Topics include neutrino physics, kaon physics, muon physics, electric dipole moments, neutron-antineutron oscillations, new light particles, hadron structure, hadron spectroscopy, and lattice-QCD calculations. Read More

We propose a measure based upon the fundamental theoretical concept in algorithmic information theory that provides a natural approach to the problem of evaluating $n$-dimensional complexity by using an $n$-dimensional deterministic Turing machine. The technique is interesting because it provides a natural algorithmic process for symmetry breaking generating complex $n$-dimensional structures from perfectly symmetric and fully deterministic computational rules producing a distribution of patterns as described by algorithmic probability. Algorithmic probability also elegantly connects the frequency of occurrence of a pattern with its algorithmic complexity, hence effectively providing estimations to the complexity of the generated patterns. Read More

We show that real-value approximations of Kolmogorov-Chaitin (K_m) using the algorithmic Coding theorem as calculated from the output frequency of a large set of small deterministic Turing machines with up to 5 states (and 2 symbols), is in agreement with the number of instructions used by the Turing machines producing s, which is consistent with strict integer-value program-size complexity. Nevertheless, K_m proves to be a finer-grained measure and a potential alternative approach to lossless compression algorithms for small entities, where compression fails. We also show that neither K_m nor the number of instructions used shows any correlation with Bennett's Logical Depth LD(s) other than what's predicted by the theory. Read More

Drawing on various notions from theoretical computer science, we present a novel numerical approach, motivated by the notion of algorithmic probability, to the problem of approximating the Kolmogorov-Chaitin complexity of short strings. The method is an alternative to the traditional lossless compression algorithms, which it may complement, the two being serviceable for different string lengths. We provide a thorough analysis for all $\sum_{n=1}^{11} 2^n$ binary strings of length $n<12$ and for most strings of length $12\leq n \leq16$ by running all $\sim 2. Read More

We have recently found in insulating granular Al thin film a new experimental feature (Delahaye et al., Phys. Rev. Read More

We present a new set of electrical field effect measurements on granular aluminium insulating thin films. We have explored how the conductance relaxations induced by gate voltage changes depend on the age of the system, namely the time elapsed since its quench at low temperature. A clear age dependence of the relaxations is seen, qualitatively similar to ageing effects seen in other well studied glassy systems such as spin glasses or polymers. Read More

**Authors:**P. Bambade

^{1}, M. Alabau Pons

^{2}, J. Amann

^{3}, D. Angal-Kalinin

^{4}, R. Apsimon

^{5}, S. Araki

^{6}, A. Aryshev

^{7}, S. Bai

^{8}, P. Bellomo

^{9}, D. Bett

^{10}, G. Blair

^{11}, B. Bolzon

^{12}, S. Boogert

^{13}, G. Boorman

^{14}, P. N. Burrows

^{15}, G. Christian

^{16}, P. Coe

^{17}, B. Constance

^{18}, Jean-Pierre Delahaye

^{19}, L. Deacon

^{20}, E. Elsen

^{21}, A. Faus-Golfe

^{22}, M. Fukuda

^{23}, J. Gao

^{24}, N. Geffroy

^{25}, E. Gianfelice-Wendt

^{26}, H. Guler

^{27}, H. Hayano

^{28}, A. -Y. Heo

^{29}, Y. Honda

^{30}, J. Y. Huang

^{31}, W. H. Hwang

^{32}, Y. Iwashita

^{33}, A. Jeremie

^{34}, J. Jones

^{35}, Y. Kamiya

^{36}, P. Karataev

^{37}, E. -S. Kim

^{38}, H. -S. Kim

^{39}, S. H. Kim

^{40}, S. Komamiya

^{41}, K. Kubo

^{42}, T. Kume

^{43}, S. Kuroda

^{44}, B. Lam

^{45}, A. Lyapin

^{46}, M. Masuzawa

^{47}, D. McCormick

^{48}, S. Molloy

^{49}, T. Naito

^{50}, T. Nakamura

^{51}, J. Nelson

^{52}, D. Okamoto

^{53}, T. Okugi

^{54}, M. Oroku

^{55}, Y. J. Park

^{56}, B. Parker

^{57}, E. Paterson

^{58}, C. Perry

^{59}, M. Pivi

^{60}, T. Raubenheimer

^{61}, Y. Renier

^{62}, J. Resta-Lopez

^{63}, C. Rimbault

^{64}, M. Ross

^{65}, T. Sanuki

^{66}, A. Scarfe

^{67}, D. Schulte

^{68}, A. Seryi

^{69}, C. Spencer

^{70}, T. Suehara

^{71}, R. Sugahara

^{72}, C. Swinson

^{73}, T. Takahashi

^{74}, T. Tauchi

^{75}, N. Terunuma

^{76}, R. Tomas

^{77}, J. Urakawa

^{78}, D. Urner

^{79}, M. Verderi

^{80}, M. -H. Wang

^{81}, M. Warden

^{82}, M. Wendt

^{83}, G. White

^{84}, W. Wittmer

^{85}, A. Wolski

^{86}, M. Woodley

^{87}, Y. Yamaguchi

^{88}, T. Yamanaka

^{89}, Y. Yan

^{90}, H. Yoda

^{91}, K. Yokoya

^{92}, F. Zhou

^{93}, F. Zimmermann

^{94}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Orsay and KEK, Tsukuba,

^{2}Valencia U., IFIC,

^{3}SLAC,

^{4}Daresbury,

^{5}Oxford U., JAI,

^{6}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{7}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{8}Beijing, Inst. High Energy Phys.,

^{9}SLAC,

^{10}Oxford U., JAI,

^{11}Royal Holloway, U. of London,

^{12}Savoie U.,

^{13}Royal Holloway, U. of London,

^{14}Royal Holloway, U. of London,

^{15}Oxford U., JAI,

^{16}Oxford U., JAI,

^{17}Oxford U., JAI,

^{18}Oxford U., JAI,

^{19}CERN,

^{20}Royal Holloway, U. of London,

^{21}DESY,

^{22}Valencia U., IFIC,

^{23}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{24}Beijing, Inst. High Energy Phys.,

^{25}Savoie U.,

^{26}Fermilab,

^{27}Ecole Polytechnique,

^{28}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{29}Kyungpook Natl. U.,

^{30}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{31}Pohang Accelerator Lab.,

^{32}Pohang Accelerator Lab.,

^{33}Kyoto U., Inst. Chem. Res.,

^{34}Savoie U.,

^{35}Daresbury,

^{36}Tokyo U.,

^{37}Royal Holloway, U. of London,

^{38}Kyungpook Natl. U.,

^{39}Kyungpook Natl. U.,

^{40}Pohang Accelerator Lab.,

^{41}Tokyo U.,

^{42}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{43}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{44}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{45}SLAC,

^{46}University Coll. London,

^{47}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{48}SLAC,

^{49}Royal Holloway, U. of London,

^{50}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{51}Tokyo U.,

^{52}SLAC,

^{53}Tohoku U.,

^{54}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{55}Tokyo U.,

^{56}Pohang Accelerator Lab.,

^{57}Brookhaven,

^{58}SLAC,

^{59}Oxford U., JAI,

^{60}SLAC,

^{61}SLAC,

^{62}Orsay and KEK, Tsukuba,

^{63}Oxford U., JAI,

^{64}Orsay,

^{65}Fermilab,

^{66}Tohoku U.,

^{67}Manchester U.,

^{68}CERN,

^{69}SLAC,

^{70}SLAC,

^{71}Tokyo U.,

^{72}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{73}Oxford U., JAI,

^{74}Hiroshima U.,

^{75}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{76}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{77}CERN,

^{78}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{79}Oxford U., JAI,

^{80}Ecole Polytechnique,

^{81}SLAC,

^{82}Oxford U., JAI,

^{83}Fermilab,

^{84}SLAC,

^{85}SLAC,

^{86}Liverpool U.,

^{87}SLAC,

^{88}Tokyo U.,

^{89}Tokyo U.,

^{90}SLAC,

^{91}Tokyo U.,

^{92}KEK, Tsukuba,

^{93}SLAC,

^{94}CERN

**Category:**Physics - Accelerator Physics

ATF2 is a final-focus test beam line which aims to focus the low emittance beam from the ATF damping ring to a vertical size of about 37 nm and to demonstrate nanometer level beam stability. Several advanced beam diagnostics and feedback tools are used. In December 2008, construction and installation were completed and beam commissioning started, supported by an international team of Asian, European, and U. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}NEEL,

^{2}NEEL,

^{3}SIMAP

We focus on the slow relaxations observed in the conductance of disordered insulators at low temperature (especially granular aluminum films). They manifest themselves as a temporal logarithmic decrease of the conductance after a quench from high temperatures and the concomitant appearance of a field effect anomaly centered on the gate voltage maintained. We are first interested in ageing effects, i. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}NEEL,

^{2}NEEL

We present new results obtained by field effect measurements on insulating granular Al thin films. First, reproducible and stable conductance fluctuations are seen in micron size samples as a function of gate voltage. The anomalous field effect and its slow relaxation already known to exist in macroscopic samples are shown to still exist in small samples and to have no influence on the fluctuations pattern. Read More

It is shown that a metallic state can be induced on the surface of SrTiO3 crystals by the electron beam evaporation of oxygen deficient alumina or insulating granular aluminium. No special preparation nor heating of the SrTiO3 surface is needed. Final metallic or insulating states can be obtained depending on the oxygen pressure during the evaporation process. Read More

We explore several concepts for analyzing the intuitive notion of computational irreducibility and we propose a robust formal definition, first in the field of cellular automata and then in the general field of any computable function f from N to N. We prove that, through a robust definition of what means "to be unable to compute the nth step without having to follow the same path than simulating the automaton or the function", this implies genuinely, as intuitively expected, that if the behavior of an object is computationally irreducible, no computation of its nth state can be faster than the simulation itself. Read More

It is discussed and surveyed a numerical method proposed before, that alternative to the usual compression method, provides an approximation to the algorithmic (Kolmogorov) complexity, particularly useful for short strings for which compression methods simply fail. The method shows to be stable enough and useful to conceive and compare patterns in an algorithmic models. (article in Spanish) Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}NEEL,

^{2}NEEL,

^{3}NEEL

It is shown that the conductance relaxations observed in electrical field effect measurements on granular Al films are the sum of two contributions. One is sensitive to gate voltage changes and gives the already reported anomalous electrical field effect. The other one is independent of the gate voltage history and starts when the films are cooled down to low temperature. Read More

Since human randomness production has been studied and widely used to assess executive functions (especially inhibition), many measures have been suggested to assess the degree to which a sequence is random-like. However, each of them focuses on one feature of randomness, leading authors to have to use multiple measures. Here we describe and advocate for the use of the accepted universal measure for randomness based on algorithmic complexity, by means of a novel previously presented technique using the the definition of algorithmic probability. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}NEEL,

^{2}NEEL

We revisit the field effect procedure used to characterise the slow dynamics of glassy Anderson insulators. It is shown that in the slowest systems the procedure fails and the "characteristic" time values extracted are not intrinsic but determined by the experimental procedure itself. In other cases (like lightly doped indium oxide) qualitative indications about the dynamics might be obtained, however the times extracted cannot be seen as characteristic relaxation times of the system in any simple manner, and more complete experiments are necessary. Read More

We describe an alternative method (to compression) that combines several theoretical and experimental results to numerically approximate the algorithmic (Kolmogorov-Chaitin) complexity of all $\sum_{n=1}^82^n$ bit strings up to 8 bits long, and for some between 9 and 16 bits long. This is done by an exhaustive execution of all deterministic 2-symbol Turing machines with up to 4 states for which the halting times are known thanks to the Busy Beaver problem, that is 11019960576 machines. An output frequency distribution is then computed, from which the algorithmic probability is calculated and the algorithmic complexity evaluated by way of the (Levin-Zvonkin-Chaitin) coding theorem. Read More

The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS) is made up of thousands of numerical sequences considered particularly interesting by some mathematicians. The graphic representation of the frequency with which a number n as a function of n appears in that database shows that the underlying function decreases fast, and that the points are distributed in a cloud, seemingly split into two by a clear zone that will be referred to here as "Sloane's Gap". The decrease and general form are explained by mathematics, but an explanation of the gap requires further considerations. Read More

Using frequency distributions of daily closing price time series of several financial market indexes, we investigate whether the bias away from an equiprobable sequence distribution found in the data, predicted by algorithmic information theory, may account for some of the deviation of financial markets from log-normal, and if so for how much of said deviation and over what sequence lengths. We do so by comparing the distributions of binary sequences from actual time series of financial markets and series built up from purely algorithmic means. Our discussion is a starting point for a further investigation of the market as a rule-based system with an 'algorithmic' component, despite its apparent randomness, and the use of the theory of algorithmic probability with new tools that can be applied to the study of the market price phenomenon. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}NEEL,

^{2}NEEL

We are interested in the out of equilibrium phenomena observed in the electrical conductance of disordered insulators at low temperature, which may be signatures of the electron coulomb glass state. The present work is devoted to the occurrence of ageing, a benchmark phenomenon for the glassy state. It is the fact that the dynamical properties of a glass depend on its age, i. Read More

We present a method for estimating the complexity of an image based on Bennett's concept of logical depth. Bennett identified logical depth as the appropriate measure of organized complexity, and hence as being better suited to the evaluation of the complexity of objects in the physical world. Its use results in a different, and in some sense a finer characterization than is obtained through the application of the concept of Kolmogorov complexity alone. Read More

We propose a method for computing upper bounds for the Heilbronn problem for triangles. Read More

A random variable (r.v.) X is said to follow Benford's law if log(X) is uniform mod 1. Read More

**Authors:**Paul Bourgine

^{1}, David Chavalarias

^{2}, Edith Perrier

^{3}, Frederic Amblard, Francois Arlabosse, Pierre Auger, Jean-Bernard Baillon, Olivier Barreteau, Pierre Baudot, Elisabeth Bouchaud, Soufian Ben Amor, Hugues Berry, Cyrille Bertelle, Marc Berthod, Guillaume Beslon, Giulio Biroli, Daniel Bonamy, Daniele Bourcier, Nicolas Brodu, Marc Bui, Yves Burnod, Bertrand Chapron, Catherine Christophe, Bruno Clement, Jean-Louis Coatrieux, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Valerie Dagrain, Katia Dauchot, Olivier Dauchot, Francois Daviaud, Silvia De Monte, Guillaume Deffuant, Pierre Degond, Jean-Paul Delahaye, Rene Doursat, Francesco D'Ovidio, Marc Dubois, Berengere Dubruelle, Marie Dutreix, Robert Faivre, Emmanuel Farge, Patrick Flandrin, Sara Franceschelli, Cedric Gaucherel, Jean-Pierre Gaudin, Michael Ghil, Jean-Louis Giavitto, Francesco Ginelli, Vincent Ginot, Francois Houllier, Bernard Hubert, Pablo Jensen, Ludovic Jullien, Zoi Kapoula, Daniel Krob, Francois Ladieu, Gabriel Lang, Chrsitophe Lavelle, Andre Le Bivic, Jean-Pierre Leca, Christophe Lecerf, Pierre Legrain, Denis L'hote, Maud Loireau, Jean-Francois Mangin, Olivier Monga, Michel Morvan, Jean-Pierre Muller, Ioan Negrutiu, Nadine Peyreiras, Denise Pumain, Ovidiu Radulescu, Jean Sallantin, Eric Sanchis, Daniel Schertzer, Marc Schoenauer, Michele Sebag, Eric Simonet, Adrien Six, Fabien Tarissan, Patrick Vincent

**Affiliations:**

^{1}ed.,

^{2}ed.,

^{3}ed.

This second issue of the French Complex Systems Roadmap is the outcome of the Entretiens de Cargese 2008, an interdisciplinary brainstorming session organized over one week in 2008, jointly by RNSC, ISC-PIF and IXXI. It capitalizes on the first roadmap and gathers contributions of more than 70 scientists from major French institutions. The aim of this roadmap is to foster the coordination of the complex systems community on focused topics and questions, as well as to present contributions and challenges in the complex systems sciences and complexity science to the public, political and industrial spheres. Read More

We propose a test based on the theory of algorithmic complexity and an experimental evaluation of Levin's universal distribution to identify evidence in support of or in contravention of the claim that the world is algorithmic in nature. To this end we have undertaken a statistical comparison of the frequency distributions of data from physical sources on the one hand--repositories of information such as images, data stored in a hard drive, computer programs and DNA sequences--and the frequency distributions generated by purely algorithmic means on the other--by running abstract computing devices such as Turing machines, cellular automata and Post Tag systems. Statistical correlations were found and their significance measured. Read More

Although information content is invariant up to an additive constant, the range of possible additive constants applicable to programming languages is so large that in practice it plays a major role in the actual evaluation of K(s), the Kolmogorov-Chaitin complexity of a string s. Some attempts have been made to arrive at a framework stable enough for a concrete definition of K, independent of any constant under a programming language, by appealing to the "naturalness" of the language in question. The aim of this paper is to present an approach to overcome the problem by looking at a set of models of computation converging in output probability distribution such that that "naturalness" can be inferred, thereby providing a framework for a stable definition of K under the set of convergent models of computation. Read More

We perform electrical field effect measurements at 4 K on insulating granular aluminium thin films. When the samples size is reduced below 100 micrometers, reproducible and stable conductance fluctuations are seen as a function of the gate voltage. Our results suggest that these fluctuations reflect the incomplete self-averaging of largely distributed microscopic resistances. Read More

A drawback of Kolmogorov-Chaitin complexity (K) as a function from s to the shortest program producing s is its noncomputability which limits its range of applicability. Moreover, when strings are short, the dependence of K on a particular universal Turing machine U can be arbitrary. In practice one can approximate it by computable compression methods. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}LEPES,

^{2}LEPES,

^{3}LEPES,

^{4}LEPES

We present a study of non-equilibrium phenomena observed in the electrical conductance of insulating granular aluminium thin films. An anomalous field effect and its slow relaxation are studied in some detail. The phenomenology is very similar to the one already observed in indium oxide. Read More

**Authors:**H. Braun

^{1}, R. Corsini

^{2}, J. P. Delahaye

^{3}, E. Guliyev

^{4}, A. Ozcan

^{5}, S. Sultansoy

^{6}, O. Yavas

^{7}, S. Yigit

^{8}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}CERN,

^{2}CERN,

^{3}CERN,

^{4}Institute of Physics, Baku,

^{5}Gazi Univ., Ankara,

^{6}Gazi Univ., Ankara,

^{7}Ankara Univ., Ankara,

^{8}TAEK, Ankara

The feasibility of a CLIC-LHC based FEL-nucleus collider is investigated. It is shown that the proposed scheme satisfies all requirements of an ideal photon source for the Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence method. The tunability, monochromaticity and high polarization of the FEL beam together with high statistics and huge energy of LHC nucleus beams will give an unique opportunity to determine different characteristics of excited nuclear levels. Read More

We have investigated the influence of shot noise on the IV-curves of a single mesoscopic Josephson junction. We observe a linear enhancement of zero-bias conductance of the Josephson junction with increasing shot noise power. Moreover, the IV-curves become increasingly asymmetric. Read More

We study a circuit where a mesoscopic Josephson junction (JJ) is embedded in an environment consisting of a large bias resistor and a normal metal - superconductor tunnel junction (NIS). The effective Coulomb blockade of the JJ can be controlled by the tunneling current through the NIS junction leading to transistor-like characteristics. We show using phase correlation theory and numerical simulations that substantial current gain with low current noise ($i_{n}\lesssim 1$ fA/$\sqrt{\text{Hz}}$) and noise temperature ($\lesssim $ 0. Read More

We have investigated the influence of shot noise on the IV-curves of a single mesoscopic Josephson junction. We find that the blockade of the Cooper pair current is strongly suppressed in the presence of shot noise due to tunnelling in an adjacent SIN junction. Our experimental findings can be accounted for by an extension of the phase correlation theory. Read More

The CLIC study of a high-energy (0.5 - 5 TeV), high-luminosity (1034 - 1035 cm-2 sec-1) e+e- linear collider is presented. Beam acceleration using high frequency (30 GHz) normal-conducting structures operating at high accelerating fields (150 MV/m) significantly reduces the length and, in consequence, the cost of the linac. Read More