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Amitabh JoshiSheeba VasuKavita JainVidya T. N. C.


  1. A. Nagar and K. Jain, Exact phase diagram of quasispecies model with mutation rate modifier  , Physical Review Letters 102, 038101 (2009).

  2. R. Marathe, K. Jain and A. Dhar, Particle current in symmetric exclusion process with time-dependent hopping rates, Journal of Statistical Mechanics 11014 (2008).

  3. K. Jain, Loss of least-loaded class in asexual populations due to drift and epistasis, Genetics 179, 2125 (2008).

  4. K. Jain, Evolutionary dynamics of the most populated genotype on rugged fitness landscapes, Physical Review E 76, 31922 (2007).

  5. K. Jain and J. Krug, Deterministic and stochastic regimes of asexual evolution on rugged fitness landscapes, Genetics 175, 1275 (2007).

  6. K. Jain, F. Bouchet and D. Mukamel, Relaxation times of unstable states in systems with long range interactions, Journal of Statistical Mechanics 11008 (2007).

  7. K. Jain, R. Marathe, A. Chaudhuri and A. Dhar, Driving particle current through narrow channels using classical pump, Physical Review Letters 99, 190601 (2007).

  8. K. Jain and J. Krug, Evolutionary trajectories in rugged fitness landscapes, Journal of Statistical Mechanics (2005).

  9. K. Jain, Nonuniversal exponents in sandpiles with stochastic particle transfer, Europhysics Letters 71, 8 (2005).

  10. K. Jain, A simple soluble model of active-absorbing state transition, Physical Review E 72, 17105 (2005).

  11. K. Jain and M. Barma, Dynamics of a disordered, driven zero range process in one dimension, Physical Review Letters 91, 135701 (2003).

  12. R. D. Willmann, G. M. Schutz and K. Jain, Diffusion in a generalized Rubinstein-Duke model of electrophoresis with kinematic disorder, Physical Review E 67, 61806 (2003).

  13. M. Barma and K. Jain, Locating the minimum: Approach to equilibrium in a disordered, symmetric zero range process, Pramana-Journal of Physics 58, 409 (2002).

  14. K. Jain and M. Barma, Phases of a conserved mass model of aggregation with fragmentation at fixed sites, Physical Review E 64, 16107 (2001).

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