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dc.creatorvan Kampen N.G.-
dc.descriptionIt is emphasized that non-Markovian processes, which occur for instance in the case of colored noise, cannot be considered merely as corrections to the class of Markov processes but require special treatment. Many familiar concepts, such as first-passage times, no longer apply and need be reconsidered. Several methods of dealing with non-Markov processes are discussed. As an example a recent application to the transport of ions through a membrane is briefly mentioned.-
dc.publisherSociedade Brasileira de Física-
dc.sourceBrazilian Journal of Physics-
dc.titleRemarks on Non-Markov Processes-
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