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121) is called the generalized Langevin equation or the Mori–Zwanzig equation. 107). A special situation occurs in the case of stationarity. 7 Stochastic Equations of Motion 41 ˆ α (t − t )) = − (fβ (t ) , fα (t)), which where we have used the relation (G0β , Lf can be checked straightforwardly. For the sake of simplicity, we set t0 = 0. Then, due to the stationarity, we obtain ˆ LG ˆ 0 , fα (t − t )). 125) ˆ β (t ) , fα (t)). 108), which is valid, of course, for all dynamic quantities of the system.

97) may be specified for the case where the state space consists of discrete numbers only. 99) ∂t m with Wnm (t) = W (n | m; t) and pnm (t, t ) = p (n, t | m, t ). In this representation, the concept of jump processes becomes particularly clear. But it should be noted again that pure jump processes can occur even in a continuous state space1 . ). 55), all conditional probabilities are also invariant under a time shift. 85) are simple functions of 1 Of course, the trajectory of a large but finite complex system has no real jumps.

41) with L ˆ 1 by Q ˆL ˆ and L ˆ 2 by by a derivative with respect to the time. If we replace L ˆ we arrive at Pˆ L, ˆ ˆˆ ˆ LG ˆ 0α = eQL(t−t0 ) Q ˆ LG ˆ 0α eL(t−t0 ) Q t ˆ QL(t −t0 ) Q ˆ LG ˆ 0α . 117) 40 2. 33), the first contribution can be transformed into ˆˆ ˆˆ ˆ QL(t−t0 ) Q ˆ LG ˆ 0α = Qe ˆ LG ˆ 0α . 118) This quantity is referred to as the fluctuating force or the residual force. By ˆ LG ˆ 0 is ruled construction, the time evolution of fα (t) from its initial value Q α ˆ ˆ by the anomalous propagator exp{QL(t − t0 )} rather than by the usual one, ˆ − t0 )}.

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