Scaling Limits in Stochastic Interacting Systems
Technical Report,15 Apr 2014,14 Apr 2017
University of Arizona Tucson United States
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The proposed project considered the large scale structure of several stochastic models used to understand features of traffic, fluids, social networks, trapping phenomena, data clustering etc. By connecting microscopic behaviors, that is the interactions of individual agents at the street level, to continuum descriptions, that is a birds eye view of the system, the project identified high-level, macroscopic rules of behavior, and explained how they can be categorized in terms of types of microscopic interactions.
- Numerical Mathematics