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Characterizing anomalous diffusion by studying displacements

Abstract : Subordinated Levy processes provide very diverse conceptual models for mass transport, beside other paradigms (e. g., fractional Brownian motion) generalizing Brownian motion. Some of that many models exhibit similar empirical Mean Squared Displacements growing non-linearly with time, while their increments have very different characteristic functions. In many media, such functionals can be directly measured, but accurate inversion methods adapted to them and to subordinated processes are still lacking. We show that each such process is associated to an operator that transforms the deviation from 1 of the characteristic function of its increments into a quantity that does not depend on the wave-number. We build an inversion method based on this property: it deduces the individual identity of each subordinated Levy process from data sampling the characteristic functions of its increments.
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Solonjaka Hiarintsoa Rakotonasy, Marie-Christine Neel, Maminirina Joelson. Characterizing anomalous diffusion by studying displacements. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Elsevier, 2014, 19 (7), pp.2284-2293. ⟨10.1016/j.cnsns.2013.12.003⟩. ⟨hal-02636663⟩



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