TITLE

Generalized Elastic Model: Fractional Langevin Description, Fluctuation Relation and Linear Response

AUTHOR(S)
Nepomnyashchy, A.; Volpert, V.; Taloni, A.; Chechkin, A.; Klafter, J.
PUB. DATE
March 2013
SOURCE
Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena;Mar2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p127
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Generalized Elastic Model is a linear stochastic model which accounts for the behaviour of many physical systems in nature, ranging from polymeric chains to single-file systems. If an external perturbation is exerted only on a single point x⋆ (tagged probe), it propagates throughout the entire system. Within the fractional Langevin equation framework, we study the effect of such a perturbation, in cases of a constant force applied. We report most of the results arising from our previous analysis and, in the present work, we show that the Fox H-functions formalism provides a compact, elegant and useful tool for the study of the scaling properties of any observable. In particular we show how the generalized Kubo fluctuation relations can be expressed in terms of H-functions.
ACCESSION #
95565000

 

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