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2022 ◽  
Vol 312 ◽  
pp. 1-44
F.W. Cruz ◽  
C.F. Perusato ◽  
M.A. Rojas-Medar ◽  
P.R. Zingano

Automatica ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 136 ◽  
pp. 110084
Filippo Cacace ◽  
Francesco Conte ◽  
Massimiliano d’Angelo ◽  
Alfredo Germani ◽  
Giovanni Palombo

Yuchen Liao

AbstractWe study the one-dimensional discrete time totally asymmetric simple exclusion process with parallel update rules on a spatially periodic domain. A multi-point space-time joint distribution formula is obtained for general initial conditions. The formula involves contour integrals of Fredholm determinants with kernels acting on certain discrete spaces. For a class of initial conditions satisfying certain technical assumptions, we are able to derive large-time, large-period limit of the joint distribution, under the relaxation time scale $$t=O(L^{3/2})$$ t = O ( L 3 / 2 ) when the height fluctuations are critically affected by the finite geometry. The assumptions are verified for the step and flat initial conditions. As a corollary we obtain the multi-point distribution of discrete time TASEP on the whole integer lattice $${\mathbb {Z}}$$ Z by taking the period L large enough so that the finite-time distribution is not affected by the boundary. The large time limit for the multi-time distribution of discrete time TASEP on $${\mathbb {Z}}$$ Z is then obtained for the step initial condition.

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 ◽  
Han Gao ◽  
Rui Guo ◽  
Yang Jin ◽  
Litan Yan

Let SH be a sub-fractional Brownian motion with index 12<H<1. In this paper, we consider the linear self-interacting diffusion driven by SH, which is the solution to the equationdXtH=dStH−θ(∫0tXtH−XsHds)dt+νdt,X0H=0,where θ &lt; 0 and ν∈R are two parameters. Such process XH is called self-repelling and it is an analogue of the linear self-attracting diffusion [Cranston and Le Jan, Math. Ann. 303 (1995), 87–93]. Our main aim is to study the large time behaviors. We show the solution XH diverges to infinity, as t tends to infinity, and obtain the speed at which the process XH diverges to infinity as t tends to infinity.

2022 ◽  
Vol 14 (4) ◽  
pp. 75-81
Tatyana Novikova ◽  
Svetlana Evdokimova ◽  
A. Novikov

The guiding principles of project implementation are planning. The discrepancy in time, cost, and quality between the plan and the actual implementation of the project requires management decisions supported by an analysis of the optimization of the duration of the project and the search for reserves to reduce the implementation time. For this purpose, a basic PERT model for a specific project was developed, early and late deadlines for work, time reserves, and a critical path were calculated. This work is aimed at applying methods of evaluation and analysis of projects to find optimal solutions and control the efficiency of time and costs in project planning, by varying the work on the project and the executors of the work. The results of this study showed that there are quite large time reserves for works 5-7, 7-9, 6-9, etc., which makes it possible to redistribute work between performers and allows you to vary performers during the implementation of several projects simultaneously.

Simon Schneider ◽  
Sujania Talavera-Soza ◽  
Lisanne Jagt ◽  
Arwen Deuss

Abstract We present free oscillations Python (FrosPy), a modular Python toolbox for normal mode seismology, incorporating several Python core classes that can easily be used and be included in larger Python programs. FrosPy is freely available and open source online. It provides tools to facilitate pre- and postprocessing of seismic normal mode spectra, including editing large time series and plotting spectra in the frequency domain. It also contains a comprehensive database of center frequencies and quality factor (Q) values based on 1D reference model preliminary reference Earth model for all normal modes up to 10 mHz and a collection of published measurements of center frequencies, Q values, and splitting function (or structure) coefficients. FrosPy provides the tools to visualize and convert different formats of splitting function coefficients and plot these as maps. By giving the means of using and comparing normal mode spectra and splitting function measurements, FrosPy also aims to encourage seismologists and geophysicists to learn about normal mode seismology and the study of the Earth’s free oscillation spectra and to incorporate them into their own research or use them for educational purposes.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 (1) ◽  
pp. 013206
Cécile Monthus

Abstract The large deviations at level 2.5 are applied to Markov processes with absorbing states in order to obtain the explicit extinction rate of metastable quasi-stationary states in terms of their empirical time-averaged density and of their time-averaged empirical flows over a large time-window T. The standard spectral problem for the slowest relaxation mode can be recovered from the full optimization of the extinction rate over all these empirical observables and the equivalence can be understood via the Doob generator of the process conditioned to survive up to time T. The large deviation properties of any time-additive observable of the Markov trajectory before extinction can be derived from the level 2.5 via the decomposition of the time-additive observable in terms of the empirical density and the empirical flows. This general formalism is described for continuous-time Markov chains, with applications to population birth–death model in a stable or in a switching environment, and for diffusion processes in dimension d.

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