Autocorrelation functions and ergodicity in diffusion with stochastic resetting

@article{Stojkoski2022AutocorrelationFA,
  title={Autocorrelation functions and ergodicity in diffusion with stochastic resetting},
  author={Viktor Stojkoski and Trifce Sandev and Ljupco Kocarev and Arnab K. Pal},
  journal={Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical},
  year={2022},
  volume={55}
}
Diffusion with stochastic resetting is a paradigm of resetting processes. Standard renewal or master equation approach are typically used to study steady state and other transport properties such as average, mean squared displacement etc. What remains less explored is the two time point correlation functions whose evaluation is often daunting since it requires the implementation of the exact time dependent probability density functions of the resetting processes which are unknown for most of… 
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