We consider the open symmetric exclusion (SEP) and inclusion (SIP) processes on a bounded Lipschitz domain Ω, with both fast and slow boundary. For the random walks on Ω dual to SEP/SIP we establish: a functional-CLT-type convergence to the Brownian motion on Ω with either Neumann (slow boundary), Dirichlet (fast boundary), or Robin (at criticality) boundary conditions; the discrete-to-continuum convergence of the corresponding harmonic profiles. As a consequence, we rigorously derive the hydrodynamic and hydrostatic limits for SEP/SIP on Ω, and analyze their stationary nonequilibrium fluctuations. All scaling limit results for SEP/SIP concern finite-dimensional distribution convergence only, as our duality techniques do not require to establish tightness for the fields associated to the particle systems.

Scaling limits of random walks, harmonic profiles, and stationary nonequilibrium states in Lipschitz domains

Sau, Federico
2024-01-01

Abstract

We consider the open symmetric exclusion (SEP) and inclusion (SIP) processes on a bounded Lipschitz domain Ω, with both fast and slow boundary. For the random walks on Ω dual to SEP/SIP we establish: a functional-CLT-type convergence to the Brownian motion on Ω with either Neumann (slow boundary), Dirichlet (fast boundary), or Robin (at criticality) boundary conditions; the discrete-to-continuum convergence of the corresponding harmonic profiles. As a consequence, we rigorously derive the hydrodynamic and hydrostatic limits for SEP/SIP on Ω, and analyze their stationary nonequilibrium fluctuations. All scaling limit results for SEP/SIP concern finite-dimensional distribution convergence only, as our duality techniques do not require to establish tightness for the fields associated to the particle systems.
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