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|Title:||Noise in hysteretic systems and stochastic processes on graphs|
|Authors:||Freidlin MI, Mayergoyz ID, Pfeiffer R|
|Journal:||Phys Rev E Stat Phys Plasmas Fluids Relat Interdiscip Topics|
|PMC ID:||not available|
|Abstract:||It is shown that the theory of stochastic diffusion processes on graphs is a natural tool for the analysis of noise in hysteretic systems. In particular, by using this theory, analytical expressions for stationary characteristics of random outputs of some hysteretic systems are derived.|