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We present an approximate analytical expression for escape rates of time-dependent driven stochastic processes with an absorbing boundary such as the driven leaky integrate-and-fire model for neural spiking. The novel approximation is based on a discrete state Markovian modeling of the full long-time dynamics with time-dependent rates. It is valid in a wide… (More)

We propose a numerical integration scheme to solve stochastic differential equations driven by Poissonian white shot noise. Our formula, which is based on an integral equation, which is equivalent to the stochastic differential equation, utilizes a discrete time approximation with fixed integration time step. We show that our integration formula approaches… (More)

Two fundamental ingredients play a decisive role in the foundation of fluctuation relations: the principle of microreversibility and the fact that thermal equilibrium is described by the Gibbs canonical ensemble. Building on these two pillars the reader is guided through a self-contained exposition of the theory and applications of quantum fluctuation… (More)

The characteristic function of the work performed by an external time-dependent force on a Hamiltonian quantum system is identified with the time-ordered correlation function of the exponentiated system's Hamiltonian. A similar expression is obtained for the averaged exponential work which is related to the free energy difference of equilibrium systems by… (More)

- Karen M. Fonseca Romero, Peter Talkner, Peter Hänggi
- 2004

We study the influence of the preparation of an open quantum system on its reduced time evolution. In contrast to the frequently considered case of an initial preparation where the total density matrix factorizes into a product of a system density matrix and a bath density matrix the time evolution generally is no longer governed by a linear map nor is this… (More)

We investigate anticipated synchronization between two periodically driven deterministic, dissipative inertial ratchets that are able to exhibit directed transport with a finite velocity. The two ratchets interact through a unidirectional delay coupling, one is acting as a master system while the other one represents the slave system. Each of the two… (More)

Mixing presents a notoriously difficult problem in small amounts of fluids. Herein, surface acoustic waves provide a convenient technique to generate time-dependent flow patterns. These flow patterns can be optimized in such a way that advected particles are mixed most efficiently in the fluid within a short time compared to the time pure diffusion would… (More)

Diffusive transport of particles or, more generally, small objects, is a ubiquitous feature of physical and chemical reaction systems. In configurations containing confining walls or constrictions, transport is controlled both by the fluctuation statistics of the jittering objects and the phase space available to their dynamics. Consequently, the study of… (More)

There is an intense debate in the recent literature about the correct generalization of Maxwell's velocity distribution in special relativity. The most frequently discussed candidate distributions include the Jüttner function as well as modifications thereof. Here we report results from fully relativistic one-dimensional molecular dynamics simulations that… (More)

- PETER TALKNER
- 2005

(Received ?? and in revised form ??) We propose a Finite-Element algorithm to compute free capillary surface shapes that are significantly deformed. The algorithm is thoroughly explained by physical as well as mathematical arguments. We show that it is robust in the sense that it yields the correct surface shape starting with quite different ones, without… (More)