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Brownian motion.

  1. Apr 27, 2007 #1

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    HI, i would need some help to solve the Brownian motion given by the Weiner Integral(over paths):

    [tex] \int \mathcal D [x_{t}]exp(-\int dt (m/2(\dot x)^{2}-V(x)) [/tex]

    for the case [tex] V(x)=\delta (x) +\delta (x-1)+\delta (x-2) [/tex]

    any help would be appreciated, thanks
     
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  3. Apr 27, 2007 #2
    What do you mean by that: "solve the Brownian motion" ?
     
  4. Apr 29, 2007 #3
    Can you please explain your notation? In particular, what is [tex]x_t[/tex], what is [tex]\dot x[/tex], and what is [tex]\mathcal D[/tex]?
     
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