The relationships between the Hurst exponent H and the power-law scaling exponent B in a new modification of sandpile models, i.e. the long-range connective sandpile (LRCS) models, exhibit a strong dependence upon the system size L. As L decreases, the LRCS model can demonstrate a transition from the negative to positive correlations between H- and B-values. While the negative and null correlations are associated with the fractional Gaussian noise and generalized Cauchy processes, respectively, the regime with the positive correlation between the Hurst and power-law scaling exponents may suggest an unknown, interesting class of the stochastic processes.
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|Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics
|已出版 - 17 1月 2011