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FDTFluxo de Dados Transfronteiras (Portuguese: Transboundary Flow Data)
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The canonical, isothermal ensemble is obtained by applying the fluctuation-dissipation theorem [35].
The fluctuation-dissipation theorem implies in turn that
Therefore, the fluctuation-dissipation theorem fixes the diffusion matrix once the drift matrix is determined.
His additional innovative ideas during that period include the use of Monte Carlo sampling as a computationally feasible means of estimating the uncertainty of weather forecasts, and the application of the fluctuation-dissipation theorem for estimating the climate response of the atmosphere.
Their topics include fluctuating hydrodynamics and fluctuation-dissipation theorem in equilibrium systems, non-equilibrium thermodynamics for evaporation and condensation, non-equilibrium thermodynamics of interfaces between aqueous solutions and crystals, minimizing entropy production with optimal control theory, mesoscopic non-equilibrium thermodynamics in biology, and the dynamics of complex fluid-fluid interfaces.
The random force [eta](t) is zero-centered and stationary Gaussian that obeys the generalized second fluctuation-dissipation theorem [67]:
When the internal noise [eta](t) in the generalized Langevin equation (9) is fractional Gaussian noise with correlation function (5), from the fluctuation-dissipation theorem (2), we derive the power-law memory kernel K(t) presented by Hurst exponent H, 0 < H < 1:
The fluctuation-dissipation theorem determines the properties of the noise, as shown in [31, 32].
Physically such a friction term has, due to the fluctuation-dissipation theorem, its origin in a non-Ohmic thermal bath, whose influence on the dynamical system is described with a powerlaw correlated additive noise in the GLE, e.g., with fractional Gaussian noise which is closely related to fractional Brownian motion [15,17].
It can be shown that, in order to maintain a well defined temperature by way of consistency with a fluctuation-dissipation theorem [3], coefficients describing the strength of the dissipative and random forces must be coupled.
The fluctuation-dissipation theorem (FDT) is concerned with the response of a system to small changes in the forcing.
Branstator, 2007: Climate response using a three-dimensional operator based on the fluctuation-dissipation theorem. J.