Difference between revisions of "Perturbation Spreading in Many-Particle Systems: A Random Walk Approach"

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The authors of this paper examine the propagation dynamics of a perturbation traveling through a non-dissipative medium (energy is conserved and not lost due to friction). They modeled the medium as a collection of many interacting particles. As energy was conserved, they were able to apply Hamiltonian dynamics to analyze the system.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:42, 18 September 2012

Original entry by Bryan Weinstein, Fall 2012

General Information

Authors: V. Zaburdaev, S. Denisov, and P. Hanggi

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Summary

The authors of this paper examine the propagation dynamics of a perturbation traveling through a non-dissipative medium (energy is conserved and not lost due to friction). They modeled the medium as a collection of many interacting particles. As energy was conserved, they were able to apply Hamiltonian dynamics to analyze the system.

Discussion

References