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COMPLEX PROBABILITIES AND THE LANGEVIN EQUATION
, 1985
"... Complex probabilities arise in quantum systems where the euclidean action is complex, either because the couplings, or the field variables, are complex. Stochastic quantization using the Langevin equation allows one to study such systems, even though the probabilistic interpretation of the euclidean ..."
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Complex probabilities arise in quantum systems where the euclidean action is complex, either because the couplings, or the field variables, are complex. Stochastic quantization using the Langevin equation allows one to study such systems, even though the probabilistic interpretation
Ergodic Properties of the Langevin Equation
, 1996
"... We discuss the dissipative dynamics of a classical particle coupled to an infinite heat reservoir. We announce a number of results concerning the ergodic properties of this model. The novelty of our approach is that it extends beyond Markovian dynamics to the case where the Langevin equation is dri ..."
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We discuss the dissipative dynamics of a classical particle coupled to an infinite heat reservoir. We announce a number of results concerning the ergodic properties of this model. The novelty of our approach is that it extends beyond Markovian dynamics to the case where the Langevin equation
Ergodic Properties of the Langevin Equation
, 1996
"... . We discuss the dissipative dynamics of a classical particle coupled to an infinite heat reservoir. We announce a number of results concerning the ergodic properties of this model. The novelty of our approach is that it extends beyond Markovian dynamics to the case where the Langevin equation is dr ..."
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. We discuss the dissipative dynamics of a classical particle coupled to an infinite heat reservoir. We announce a number of results concerning the ergodic properties of this model. The novelty of our approach is that it extends beyond Markovian dynamics to the case where the Langevin equation
Langevin equation with Coulomb friction
, 2004
"... We propose a Langevin model with Coulomb friction. Through the analysis of the corresponding FokkerPlanck equation, we have obtained the steady velocity distribution function under the influence of the external field. ..."
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We propose a Langevin model with Coulomb friction. Through the analysis of the corresponding FokkerPlanck equation, we have obtained the steady velocity distribution function under the influence of the external field.
Lattice BoltzmannLangevin Equations ∗
, 2008
"... Intrinsic fluctuations around the solution of the lattice Boltzmann equation are described or modeled by addition of a white Gaussian noise source. For stationary states a fluctuationdissipation theorem relates the variance of the fluctuations to the linearized Boltzmann collision operator and the ..."
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Intrinsic fluctuations around the solution of the lattice Boltzmann equation are described or modeled by addition of a white Gaussian noise source. For stationary states a fluctuationdissipation theorem relates the variance of the fluctuations to the linearized Boltzmann collision operator
Langevin equation [1,2]:
"... A BoseEinstein condensate is at nonzero temperatures described by the ..."
LANGEVIN EQUATIONS WITH POISSON PERTURBANCES
, 1981
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Langevin equation with scaledependent noise
, 2003
"... A new wavelet based technique for the perturbative solution of the Langevin equation is proposed. It is shown that for the random force acting in a limited band of scales the proposed method directly leads to a finite result with no renormalization required. The oneloop contribution to the KardarP ..."
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A new wavelet based technique for the perturbative solution of the Langevin equation is proposed. It is shown that for the random force acting in a limited band of scales the proposed method directly leads to a finite result with no renormalization required. The oneloop contribution to the Kardar
Injected Power Fluctuations in Langevin Equation
, 2001
"... In this paper, we consider the Langevin equation from an unusual point of view, that is as an archetype for a dissipative system driven out of equilibrium by an external excitation. Using path integral method, we compute exactly the probability density function of the power (averaged over a time int ..."
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In this paper, we consider the Langevin equation from an unusual point of view, that is as an archetype for a dissipative system driven out of equilibrium by an external excitation. Using path integral method, we compute exactly the probability density function of the power (averaged over a time
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