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|Title:||Influence of zero range process interaction on diffusion|
|Authors:||Tang, M. |
|Citation:||Tang, M., Liu, Z., Li, B. (2010-12-30). Influence of zero range process interaction on diffusion. Chaos 20 (4) : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3528101|
|Abstract:||We study the aspects of diffusion for the case of zero range process interaction on scale-free networks, through statistical quantities such as the mean first passage time, coverage, mean square displacement etc., and pay attention to how the interaction, especially the resulted condensation, influences the diffusion. By mean-field theory we show that the statistical quantities of diffusion can be significantly reduced by the condensation and can be figured out by the waiting time of a particle staying at a node. Numerical simulations have confirmed the theoretical predictions. © 2010 American Institute of Physics.|
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