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From Liouville's theorem to quasilinear, nonlinear stochastic, and fractional transport, a multi-scale kinetics of plasma turbulence

@inproceedings{Wang2013FromLT,
  title={From Liouville's theorem to quasilinear, nonlinear stochastic, and fractional transport, a multi-scale kinetics of plasma turbulence},
  author={Shaojie Wang},
  year={2013}
}
From Liouville's equation, a phase-space multi-scale transport equation is systematically derived. The proposed phase-space multi-scale transport equation based on the first principle indicates that the nonlinear stochastic transport is due to the micro-turbulence scattering while the familiar quasilinear transport is due to the long-range correlation of the meso-scale coherent modes; and more interestingly, it demonstrates a systematic derivation of the fractional transport equation that may… 

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