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Non-uniform Specification and Large Deviations for Weak Gibbs Measures
We establish bounds for the measure of deviation sets associated to continuous observables with respect to not necessarily invariant weak Gibbs measures. Under some mild assumptions, we obtain upper and lower bounds for ...
A Note on Large Deviations for the Stable Marriage of Poisson and Lebesgue with Random Appetites
(SPRINGER/PLENUM PUBLISHERSNEW YORK, 2012)
Let IaS,a"e (d) be a set of centers chosen according to a Poisson point process in a"e (d) . Let psi be an allocation of a"e (d) to I in the sense of the Gale-Shapley marriage problem, with the additional feature that every ...
Large deviations for the stationary measure of networks under proportional fair allocations
We address a conjecture introduced by Massouli´e (2007), concerning the large deviations of the stationary measure of bandwidth-sharing networks functioning under the Proportional fair allocation. For Markovian networks, ...
Fluctuation theorems and large-deviation functions in systems not featuring a steady state
(IOP Publishing, 2020-02-26)
Motivated by the time behavior of the functional arising in the variational approach to the KPZ equation, we have adapted a path-integral scheme to deal with unstable systems. In a simple mesoscopic model and under two ...
Large deviations for multiple ergodic averages
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-01)
The main purpose of this work is to estimate how multiple ergodic averages appart from a given quantity. This problem can be studied by describing a large deviation process for empirical measures as obtained by using the ...
Large deviations for short recurrence
(Amer Inst Mathematical SciencesSpringfieldEUA, 2008)
The large deviation principle in one-dimensional dynamics
For uniformly hyperbolic diffeomorphisms, the large deviation principle was established in the late 1980s by Takahashi, Orey and Pelikan, Kifer, and Young. For quadratic interval maps, the critical point is a serious ...