The theory of weak turbulence has been put forward by applied mathematicians to describe the asymptotic behavior of NLS set on a compact domain - as well as many other infinite dimensional Hamiltonian systems. It is believed to be valid in a statistical sense, in the weakly nonlinear, infinite volume limit. I will present how these limits can be taken rigorously, and give rise to new equations.
Infinite volume limit for the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation and Weak turbulence
Pierre Germain , NYU
Nov 13 2014 - 4:30pm
Analysis of Fluids and Related Topics