### Abstract

Original language | English |
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Publisher | s.n. |

Number of pages | 17 |

Publication status | Published - 2014 |

### Publication series

Name | arXiv.org |
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Volume | 1405.1363 [math-ph] |

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*Weakly non-equilibrium properties of symmetric inclusion process with open boundaries*. (arXiv.org; Vol. 1405.1363 [math-ph]). s.n.

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*Weakly non-equilibrium properties of symmetric inclusion process with open boundaries*. arXiv.org, vol. 1405.1363 [math-ph], s.n.

**Weakly non-equilibrium properties of symmetric inclusion process with open boundaries.** / Vafayi, K.; Duong, M.H.

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Weakly non-equilibrium properties of symmetric inclusion process with open boundaries

AU - Vafayi, K.

AU - Duong, M.H.

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - We study close to equilibrium properties of the one-dimensional Symmetric Inclusion Process by coupling it to two particle-reservoirs at the two boundaries with slightly different chemical potentials. The boundaries introduce irreversibility and induce a weak particle current in the system. We calculate the McLennan ensemble for SIP, which corresponds to the entropy production and the first order non-equilibrium correction for the stationary state. We find that the first order correction, while being a product measure, is not consistent with the local equilibrium measure. This provides an interesting counter-example to the more common case, for instance in the boundary driven symmetric exclusion process, where the entropy production accords with the local equilibrium measure.

AB - We study close to equilibrium properties of the one-dimensional Symmetric Inclusion Process by coupling it to two particle-reservoirs at the two boundaries with slightly different chemical potentials. The boundaries introduce irreversibility and induce a weak particle current in the system. We calculate the McLennan ensemble for SIP, which corresponds to the entropy production and the first order non-equilibrium correction for the stationary state. We find that the first order correction, while being a product measure, is not consistent with the local equilibrium measure. This provides an interesting counter-example to the more common case, for instance in the boundary driven symmetric exclusion process, where the entropy production accords with the local equilibrium measure.

M3 - Report

T3 - arXiv.org

BT - Weakly non-equilibrium properties of symmetric inclusion process with open boundaries

PB - s.n.

ER -