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By Valery I. Klyatskin

Fluctuating parameters look in quite a few actual platforms and phenomena. they generally come both as random forces/sources, or advecting velocities, or media (material) parameters, like refraction index, conductivity, diffusivity, and so forth. types evidently render to statistical description, the place random methods and fields convey the enter parameters and ideas. the elemental challenge of stochastic dynamics is to spot the fundamental features of the method (its nation and evolution), and relate these to the enter parameters of the approach and preliminary data.

This ebook is a revised and extra entire model of Dynamics of Stochastic Systems. half I presents an advent to the subject. half II is dedicated to the final idea of statistical research of dynamic platforms with fluctuating parameters defined by means of differential and vital equations. half III offers with the research of particular actual difficulties linked to coherent phenomena.

  • A entire replace of Dynamics of Stochastic Systems
  • Develops mathematical instruments of stochastic research and applies them to a variety of actual versions of debris, fluids and waves
  • Includes difficulties for the reader to solve

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In the general case of arbitrarily reflecting boundary L0 , the steady-state (independent of L) solution WL = 1 corresponding to the total reflection of incident wave formally exists for a half-space (L0 → −∞) filled with non-absorptive random medium, too. This solution, as it will be shown later, is actually realized in the statistical problem with a probability equal to unity. 31) will be replaced with the conditions u(L) + i du(x) k(L) dx = 2, u(L0 ) − x=L i du(x) k(L0 ) dx = 0. 38) the matched boundary-value problem.

56) ∂ , Eq. 55) results in the expression ∂r ∂ · B(r) A(r) − ∂r ∂ · A(r) B(r). ∂r Note that, if vector field A is an operator in Eq. 57) ∂ , then we have ∂r ∂ ∂ Bq (r) − C(r) · B(r) ∂r ∂r and, in particular, [B(r) × curl B(r)] = 1 ∂ 2 ∂ B (r) − B(r) · B(r). 58) 30 Lectures on Dynamics of Stochastic Systems Using Eq. 57), we can rewrite Eq. 52) in the form ∂ ∂ ∂ + u(r, t) H(r, t) = H(r, t) · u(r, t), ∂t ∂r ∂r H(r, 0) = H0 (r). 59) is a conservative system, and magnetic field flux dr H(r, t) remains constant during evolution.

Moreover, we cannot here content ourselves with a finite number of harmonics in x-coordinate and need to consider the infinite series. As regards the harmonics in y-coordinate, we, as earlier, can limit the consideration to the harmonics with n = 0, ±1. 112) to the infinite-dimensional case. 114) where ψi (x, t) are the periodic functions in x-coordinate with a period 2π/α. Substituting Eq. 114) in Eq.

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