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© 2014 American Physical Society. Systems driven by α-stable noises could be very different from their Gaussian counterparts. Stationary states in single-well potentials can be multimodal. Moreover, a potential well needs to be steep enough in order to produce stationary states. Here it is demonstrated that two-dimensional (2D) systems driven by bivariate α-stable noises are even more surprising than their 1D analogs. In 2D systems, intriguing properties of stationary states originate not only due to heavy tails of noise pulses, which are distributed according to α-stable densities, but also because of properties of spectral measures. Consequently, 2D systems are described by a whole family of Langevin and fractional diffusion equations. Solutions of these equations bear some common properties, but also can be very different. It is demonstrated that also for 2D systems potential wells need to be steep enough in order to produce bounded states. Moreover, stationary states can have local minima at the origin. The shape of stationary states reflects symmetries of the underlying noise, i.e., its spectral measure. Finally, marginal densities in power-law potentials also have power-law asymptotics.

@article{ title = {Stationary states in two-dimensional systems driven by bivariate Lévy noises}, type = {article}, year = {2014}, volume = {90}, id = {e5a62e05-723d-3055-9607-72a8f5f6771f}, created = {2020-10-30T10:12:15.540Z}, file_attached = {false}, profile_id = {f5390430-7317-381a-8c56-e25a878d78ef}, last_modified = {2020-10-30T10:12:15.540Z}, read = {false}, starred = {false}, authored = {true}, confirmed = {false}, hidden = {false}, private_publication = {false}, abstract = {© 2014 American Physical Society. Systems driven by α-stable noises could be very different from their Gaussian counterparts. Stationary states in single-well potentials can be multimodal. Moreover, a potential well needs to be steep enough in order to produce stationary states. Here it is demonstrated that two-dimensional (2D) systems driven by bivariate α-stable noises are even more surprising than their 1D analogs. In 2D systems, intriguing properties of stationary states originate not only due to heavy tails of noise pulses, which are distributed according to α-stable densities, but also because of properties of spectral measures. Consequently, 2D systems are described by a whole family of Langevin and fractional diffusion equations. Solutions of these equations bear some common properties, but also can be very different. It is demonstrated that also for 2D systems potential wells need to be steep enough in order to produce bounded states. Moreover, stationary states can have local minima at the origin. The shape of stationary states reflects symmetries of the underlying noise, i.e., its spectral measure. Finally, marginal densities in power-law potentials also have power-law asymptotics.}, bibtype = {article}, author = {Szczepaniec, K. and Dybiec, B.}, doi = {10.1103/PhysRevE.90.032128}, journal = {Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics}, number = {3} }

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