By Constantino Tsallis (auth.), Hans J. Haubold, A.M. Mathai (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9783642033230

ISBN-10: 3642033253

ISBN-13: 9783642033254

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We divide -space into mesoscopic cells, and we also divide each mesoscopic cell into microscopic cells. An initial distribution is set as waterbag (3), and we regard the value f0 on a microscopic cell as a classical particle. Initially microscopic cells on the domain D have the same value of f0 , and hence the classical Out-of-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics in a Hamiltonian System 29 particles are indistinguishable. The particles move on -space following the Vlasov equation, but two particles cannot share one microscopic cell since the value of f must be 0 or f0 on a microscopic cell due to the preserving features of the Vlasov equation.

P. J. Haubold equation is made because the behavior of physical systems is usually studied with the help of differential equations and hence the differential equations derived in the present paper may become useful one day. ı/ D Z d x˛ 1 e ax ı bx dx; a > 0; b > 0; ı > 0; > 0; d < 1: (2) 0 Do these integrals, as functions of b, satisfy some differential equations? No such differential equations can be easily seen from the integrals. We will show that these integrals will satisfy certain differential equations.

Yamaguchi Abstract Systems with finite degrees of freedom and with long-range interaction are frequently trapped at quasi-stationary states before relaxing to thermal equilibrium. Short-time relaxation to quasi-stationary states is approximated by the Vlasov equation, and a statistical theory based on the Vlasov description is introduced and applied to the Hamiltonian mean-field model. The theory predicts a one-body distribution for a quasi-stationary state from a given waterbag initial distribution, and a critical curve is described on a two-dimensional parameter plane which represents a family of waterbag initial distributions.

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