# Journal of Statistical Physics

Journal of Statistical Physics > 1997 > 88 > 5-6 > 1215-1240

Journal of Statistical Physics > 1998 > 92 > 5-6 > 1115-1135

Journal of Statistical Physics > 1999 > 94 > 3-4 > 603-618

*σ*(|

**V**|,

*θ*) satisfying a mild restriction. The functions are constructed in an explicit form and we discuss some applications of...

Journal of Statistical Physics > 1999 > 95 > 1-2 > 305-331

Journal of Statistical Physics > 1999 > 96 > 1-2 > 225-269

*ε*-entropy production rate in Hamiltonian systems to dissipative systems with attractors considered earlier by Tél, Vollmer, and Breymann. This approach leads to a natural definition of a coarse-grained Gibbs entropy which is extensive, and which can be expressed in terms of the SRB measures and volumes of the coarse-graining sets which cover the attractor...

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2000 > 99 > 3-4 > 1037-1043

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2000 > 101 > 1-2 > 3-15

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2002 > 106 > 3-4 > 569-587

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2002 > 107 > 5-6 > 1129-1141

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2002 > 108 > 5-6 > 787-829

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2002 > 109 > 3-4 > 875-893

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2003 > 110 > 1-2 > 269-310

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2003 > 111 > 5-6 > 1219-1244

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2003 > 113 > 1-2 > 297-333

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2003 > 113 > 1-2 > 197-231

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2004 > 114 > 1-2 > 515-523

*circulation*of heat flux may appear in the steady state of a system of three oscillators only. This indicates that the direction of the heat fluxes can in general not be “guessed”...

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2004 > 117 > 3-4 > 599-615

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2004 > 117 > 3-4 > 739-772

*m*/

*M*is a very small parameter, where

*m*is the mass of one particle of the gaz and

*M*is the mass of the piston. Introducing initial conditions such that the stochastic motion of the piston remains in the average at the origin (no drift), it is shown that the time evolution of the...

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2005 > 121 > 3-4 > 271-289

*N*harmonic oscillators perturbed by a conservative stochastic dynamics and coupled at the boundaries to two gaussian thermostats at different temperatures. The stochastic perturbation is given by a diffusion process that exchange momentum between nearest neighbor oscillators conserving the total kinetic energy. The resulting total dynamics is a degenerate hypoelliptic diffusion...

Journal of Statistical Physics > 2006 > 123 > 4 > 831-859