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Lecturer Yoshio Tsutsumi
Dept. Dep. Math., Kyoto Univ.
date Feb 19, 2013

There are some phenomena called "regularization by noise" in nonlinear evolution equations.
This means that if you add a noise to the system, the system would have a better property than without noise.
As one of examples, I will explain this phenomenon for the 1D quintic nonlinear Schrodinger equation with white noise dispersion, which models the propagation of signals in the optical fiber.

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