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The spectral gap for a Glaubertype dynamics in a continuous gas
, 2000
"... . We consider a continuous gas in a d dimensional rectangular box with a nite range, positive pair potential, and we construct a Markov process in which particles appear and disappear with appropriate rates so that the process is reversible w.r.t. the Gibbs measure. If the thermodynamical paramenter ..."
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. We consider a continuous gas in a d dimensional rectangular box with a nite range, positive pair potential, and we construct a Markov process in which particles appear and disappear with appropriate rates so that the process is reversible w.r.t. the Gibbs measure. If the thermodynamical paramenters are such that the Gibbs specication satises a certain mixing condition, then the spectral gap of the generator is strictly positive uniformly in the volume and boundary condition. The required mixing condition holds if, for instance, there is a convergent cluster expansion. Key Words: Spectral gap, Gibbs measures, continuous systems, birth and death processes Mathematics Subject Classication: 82C21, 60K35, 82C22, 60J75 This work was partially supported by GNAFA and by \Conanziamento Murst" v1.4 1. Introduction We consider a continuous gas in a bounded volume R d , distributed according the Gibbs probability measure associated to a nite range pair potential '. The Gibbs measu...
Equilibrium Fluctuations for Interacting OrnsteinUhlenbeck Particles
 COMMUN. MATH. PHYS. (2003)
, 2001
"... We study the hydrodynamic density fluctuations of an infinite system of interacting particles on R d. The particles interact between them through a two body superstable potential, and with a surrounding fluid in equilibrium through a random viscous force of OrnsteinUhlenbeck type. The stationary i ..."
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We study the hydrodynamic density fluctuations of an infinite system of interacting particles on R d. The particles interact between them through a two body superstable potential, and with a surrounding fluid in equilibrium through a random viscous force of OrnsteinUhlenbeck type. The stationary initial distribution is the Gibbs measure associated with the potential and with a given temperature and fugacity. We prove that the timedependent density fluctuation field converges in law, under diffusive scaling of space and time, to the solution of a linear stochastic partial differential equation driven by white noise.
A Combinatorial Proof of Tree Decay of Semiinvariants
"... We consider nite range Gibbs elds and provide a purely combinatorial proof of the exponential tree decay of semi{invariants, supposing that the logarithm of the partition function can be expressed as a sum of suitable local functions of the boundary conditions. This hypothesis holds for completely ..."
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We consider nite range Gibbs elds and provide a purely combinatorial proof of the exponential tree decay of semi{invariants, supposing that the logarithm of the partition function can be expressed as a sum of suitable local functions of the boundary conditions. This hypothesis holds for completely analytical Gibbs elds; in this context the tree decay of semi{invariants has been proven via analyticity arguments. However the combinatorial proof given here can be applied also to the more complicated case of disordered systems in the so called Griths' phase when analyticity arguments fail.
The spectral gap for a Glauber{type dynamics in a continuous gas
, 2000
"... . We consider a continuous gas in a d dimesional rectangular box with a nite range, positive pair potential, and we construct a Markov process in which particles appear and disappear with appropriate rates so that the process is reversible w.r.t. the Gibbs measure. If the thermodynamical paramenters ..."
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. We consider a continuous gas in a d dimesional rectangular box with a nite range, positive pair potential, and we construct a Markov process in which particles appear and disappear with appropriate rates so that the process is reversible w.r.t. the Gibbs measure. If the thermodynamical paramenters are such that the Gibbs specication satises a certain mixing condition, then the spectral gap of the generator is strictly positive uniformly in the volume and boundary condition. The required mixing condition holds if, for instance, there is a convergent cluster expansion. Key Words: Spectral gap, Gibbs measures, continuous systems, birth and death processes Mathematics Subject Classication: 82C21, 60K35, 82C22, 60J75 This work was partially supported by GNAFA and by \Conanziamento Murst" v1.2 1. Introduction We consider a continuous gas in a bounded volume R d , distributed according the Gibbs probability measure associated to a nite range pair potential '. The Gibbs measur...