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Exponential Convergence to Equilibrium and Hypocoercivity

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From classical PDE analysis we know that the heat equation smoothens out any initial perturbation exponentially fast. But what happens if the smoothing only acts in a subset of directions and only at some position? For this a typical example is the Fokker-Planck equation where the noise only acts on the velocity variable. For this I will discuss conditions for exponential decay. This is an example of hypocoercivity as developed by Villani to mimimic parts of hypoellipticity.

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