Large Deviations in the Symmetric Simple Exclusion Process with Slow Boundaries

  title={Large Deviations in the Symmetric Simple Exclusion Process with Slow Boundaries},
  author={Bernard Derrida and Ori Hirschberg and Tridib Sadhu},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
We obtain the exact large deviation functions of the density profile and of the current, in the non-equilibrium steady state of a one dimensional symmetric simple exclusion process coupled to boundary reservoirs with slow rates. Compared to earlier results, where rates at the boundaries are comparable to the bulk ones, we show how macroscopic fluctuations are modified when the boundary rates are slower by an order of inverse of the system length. 
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