C. Erignoux (Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique INRIA, Frankreich)
Wednesday, May 17, 2023 - 11:30
Mohrenstr. 39, 10117 Berlin, Raum: 405/406, 4. Etage
Seminar Interacting Random Systems
The facilitated exclusion process is a degenerate kinetically constrained lattice gas, in which particles can hop to an empty neighboring site provided that another neighboring site is also occupied. Because of the kinetic constraint, the system in dimension 1 exhibits two phases, a frozen phase at density less than 1/2, and a diffusive phase at density larger than 1/2. For this reason, standard entropic tools cannot be used to straightforwardly derive its macroscopic behavior, in particular its hydrodynamic limit. To workaround this issue, we exploit a classical mapping between exclusion and zero-range processes, and deduce from the hydrodynamic limit of the zero-range process that of the exclusion process. Despite the lack of smoothness of the various macroscopic limits, thanks to the attractiveness of the zero-range process, this allows to derive the hydrodynamic limits in both the symmetric and asymmetric case. Based on JW With O. Blondel, M. Sasada, M. Simon and L. Zhao
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