Fokker-Planck Equation

@inproceedings{Risken1984FokkerPlanckE,
  title={Fokker-Planck Equation},
  author={Hannes Risken},
  year={1984}
}
As shown in Sects. 3.1, 2 we can immediately obtain expectation values for processes described by the linear Langevin equations (3.1, 31). For nonlinear Langevin equations (3.67, 110) expectation values are much more difficult to obtain, so here we first try to derive an equation for the distribution function. As mentioned already in the introduction, a differential equation for the distribution function describing Brownian motion was first derived by Fokker [1.1] and Planck [1.2]: many review… 

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