ON PROPAGATION OF INITIAL CORRELATIONS IN ACTIVE SOFT MATTER

V. I. Gerasimenko

Abstract


For collisional dynamics modeling the collective behavior of complex systems of mathema-tical biology, the process of propagation of initial correlations is described. The developed approach is based on the construction of a mean field limit for a solution of the Cauchy problem of the nonlinear BBGKY hierarchy for marginal correlation functions.

Keywords


kinetic equation; correlation function; scaling limit; active soft matter

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