Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos

Speer D, Eichhorn R, Reimann P (2007)
Europhysics Letters 79(1): 10005.

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We predict three different, quite unusual transport properties of an underdamped Brownian particle in the form of current and force of opposite signs. Their origin is a subtle interplay between the stability of coexisting attractors, noise-induced metastability, and transient chaos. Numerical simulations are complemented by intuitive explanations of the basic mechanism and analytical approximations. Copyright (c) EPLA, 2007.
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Speer D, Eichhorn R, Reimann P. Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos. Europhysics Letters. 2007;79(1): 10005.
Speer, D., Eichhorn, R., & Reimann, P. (2007). Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos. Europhysics Letters, 79(1), 10005. doi:10.1209/0295-5075/79/10005
Speer, D., Eichhorn, R., and Reimann, P. (2007). Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos. Europhysics Letters 79:10005.
Speer, D., Eichhorn, R., & Reimann, P., 2007. Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos. Europhysics Letters, 79(1): 10005.
D. Speer, R. Eichhorn, and P. Reimann, “Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos”, Europhysics Letters, vol. 79, 2007, : 10005.
Speer, D., Eichhorn, R., Reimann, P.: Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos. Europhysics Letters. 79, : 10005 (2007).
Speer, David, Eichhorn, Ralf, and Reimann, Peter. “Brownian motion: Anomalous response due to noisy chaos”. Europhysics Letters 79.1 (2007): 10005.
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