Motivated by the recent preprint [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}] by Ayala, Carinci, and Redig, we first provide a general framework for the study of scaling limits of higher-order fields. Then, by considering the same class of infinite interacting particle systems as in [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}], namely symmetric simple exclusion and inclusion processes in the d-dimensional Euclidean lattice, we prove the hydrodynamic limit, and convergence for the equilibrium fluctuations, of higher-order fields. In particular, the limit fields exhibit a tensor structure. Our fluctuation result differs from that in [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}], since we considerd-dimensional Euclidean lattice, we prove the hydrodynamic limit, and convergence for the equilibrium fluctuations, of higher-order fields. In particular, the limit fields exhibit a tensor structure. Our fluctuation result differs from that in [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}], since we consider a different notion of higher-order fluctuation fields.

Higher-order Hydrodynamics and Equilibrium Fluctuations of Interacting Particle Systems

Sau F.
2021-01-01

Abstract

Motivated by the recent preprint [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}] by Ayala, Carinci, and Redig, we first provide a general framework for the study of scaling limits of higher-order fields. Then, by considering the same class of infinite interacting particle systems as in [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}], namely symmetric simple exclusion and inclusion processes in the d-dimensional Euclidean lattice, we prove the hydrodynamic limit, and convergence for the equilibrium fluctuations, of higher-order fields. In particular, the limit fields exhibit a tensor structure. Our fluctuation result differs from that in [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}], since we considerd-dimensional Euclidean lattice, we prove the hydrodynamic limit, and convergence for the equilibrium fluctuations, of higher-order fields. In particular, the limit fields exhibit a tensor structure. Our fluctuation result differs from that in [\emph{arXiv:2004.08412}], since we consider a different notion of higher-order fluctuation fields.
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