Stochastic processes

Interacting particle systems are a class of stochastic processes that are used to study the emergence of macroscopic laws of physics from the microscopic dynamics. They are composed of large number of components (particles) subject to a local dynamics and the interaction with the environment. A probabilistic approach based on duality theory for interacting particle systems is being developed through the activity of the FIRB project.

Mathematical model of Fourier law describing heat transport through a non-equilibrium system connected to two heat reservoirs at different temperatures T1 and T2.

 

FIRB project: www.stochastics.unimore.it/firb

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