Random many-particle systems: applications from biology, and propagation of chaos in abstract models
Paper i proceeding, 2012
The paper discusses a family of Markov processes that represent many particle systems, and their limiting behaviour
when the number of particles go to infinity.
The first part concerns model of biological systems: a model for sympatric speciation, i.e. the process in which a genetically homogeneous population is split in two or more different species sharing the same habitat,
and models for swarming animals. The second part of the paper deals with abstract many particle systems and methods for rigorously deriving mean field models.
Interacting particle systems
propagation of chaos