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Mathematics
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55
Citations
11,736
241
World Ranking
577
National Ranking
43

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

Antonio Politi mainly focuses on Statistical physics, Thermal conduction, Lyapunov exponent, Mathematical analysis and Thermal conductivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Artificial neural network, Multistability, Coupling strength, Nonlinear dynamical systems and Mathematical model in addition to Statistical physics. His Mathematical model research incorporates elements of Hamiltonian system, Curse of dimensionality, Classical XY model, Lattice and Integrable system.

Scaling, Steady state and Harmonic is closely connected to Thermodynamic limit in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Thermal conduction. His Lyapunov exponent study combines topics in areas such as Hopf bifurcation, Computation, Bifurcation diagram and Chaos theory. His Mathematical analysis research integrates issues from Discrete mathematics and Chaotic.

- Thermal conduction in classical low-dimensional lattices (1044 citations)
- Complexity: Hierarchical Structures and Scaling in Physics (398 citations)
- Scaling laws for invariant measures on hyperbolic and nonhyperbolic atractors (309 citations)

Antonio Politi mainly investigates Statistical physics, Lyapunov exponent, Mathematical analysis, Chaotic and Scaling. His work in the fields of Thermodynamic limit overlaps with other areas such as Stochastic modelling. His research in Thermodynamic limit intersects with topics in Thermal conductivity and Dynamics.

The various areas that Antonio Politi examines in his Lyapunov exponent study include Dynamical systems theory, Lyapunov function and Conjecture. The Scaling study combines topics in areas such as Phase, Quantum mechanics and Hamiltonian. His research investigates the connection between Nonlinear system and topics such as Classical mechanics that intersect with issues in Non-equilibrium thermodynamics.

- Statistical physics (43.12%)
- Lyapunov exponent (22.63%)
- Mathematical analysis (18.04%)

- Statistical physics (43.12%)
- Nonlinear system (11.31%)
- Lyapunov exponent (22.63%)

His main research concerns Statistical physics, Nonlinear system, Lyapunov exponent, Asynchronous communication and Scaling. His study of Thermodynamic limit is a part of Statistical physics. His study on Nonlinear system also encompasses disciplines like

- Classical mechanics that intertwine with fields like Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and Classical XY model,
- Relaxation which intersects with area such as Statistical mechanics.

His studies deal with areas such as Tangent space, Mathematical analysis, Lyapunov function and Covariant transformation as well as Lyapunov exponent. His Scaling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Synchronization of chaos and Phase. His Chaotic research incorporates themes from Attractor, Mean field theory and Entropy.

- Lyapunov Exponents: A Tool to Explore Complex Dynamics (95 citations)
- Covariant Lyapunov vectors (68 citations)
- Immunization and Targeted Destruction of Networks using Explosive Percolation. (63 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

Antonio Politi focuses on Statistical physics, Nonlinear system, Lyapunov exponent, Thermodynamic limit and Classical mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Minimal model and Free expansion. His studies in Lyapunov exponent integrate themes in fields like Statistical fluctuations, Arbitrarily large, Kuramoto model and Homoclinic orbit.

The concepts of his Thermodynamic limit study are interwoven with issues in Quadratic equation, Random graph, Coupling strength and Dynamics. His Classical mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nonlinear Schrödinger equation, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics, Classical XY model, Theoretical physics and Nonlinear oscillators. Antonio Politi focuses mostly in the field of Phase transition, narrowing it down to topics relating to Chaotic and, in certain cases, Quantum mechanics.

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Thermal conduction in classical low-dimensional lattices

Stefano Lepri;Roberto Livi;Antonio Politi.

Physics Reports **(2003)**

1656 Citations

Complexity: Hierarchical Structures and Scaling in Physics

Remo Badii;Antonio Politi.

**(1997)**

820 Citations

Scaling laws for invariant measures on hyperbolic and nonhyperbolic atractors

P. Grassberger;R. Badii;A. Politi.

Journal of Statistical Physics **(1988)**

604 Citations

Heat Conduction in Chains of Nonlinear Oscillators

Stefano Lepri;Roberto Livi;Antonio Politi.

Physical Review Letters **(1997)**

596 Citations

Statistical description of chaotic attractors: The dimension function

Remo Radii;Antonio Politi.

Journal of Statistical Physics **(1985)**

337 Citations

Characterizing dynamics with covariant Lyapunov vectors.

F. Ginelli;P. Poggi;A. Turchi;H. Chaté.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

314 Citations

Dimension increase in filtered chaotic signals.

R Badii;G Broggi;B Derighetti;M Ravani.

Physical Review Letters **(1988)**

311 Citations

Finite thermal conductivity in 1D lattices

C Cristian Giardinà;R Livi;A Politi;M Vassalli.

Physical Review Letters **(2000)**

302 Citations

On the anomalous thermal conductivity of one-dimensional lattices

Stefano Lepri;Roberto Livi;Antonio Politi.

EPL **(1998)**

294 Citations

Measuring spike train synchrony

Thomas Kreuz;Julie S. Haas;Alice Morelli;Henry D.I. Abarbanel.

Journal of Neuroscience Methods **(2007)**

244 Citations

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