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Ln f(r,v,t) and is related to the entropy for sufficiently low density systems. Here f(r,v,t)drdv is the number of particles which at time t have positions in a region dr around r, and velocities in a region dv around v. For a dilute fluid, the Boltzmann equation describes the evolution of f(r,v,t) and predicts that, for long times, it will reach an equilibrium value, with a maxwellian velocity distribution. (ft) Also at the Center for Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics, the University of Texas at Austin 22 In a finite system, one has to ceplace integcation by summation and disccetize f( c, v, t) in velocity and configucation space by use of finite cegions, 6.
However the relation of irreversibility with the underlying microscopic dynamics remains a subject of some controversy. Let us remember the classical point of view expressed concisely by Smoluchowski /1/ : "If we continued our observation for an immeasurably long time, all processes would appear to be reversible". With Smoluchowski, Chand rasekhar /2/ concludes that .. a process appears irreversible (or reversible) according to whether the initial state is characterized by a long (short) average time of recurrence compared to the time during which the system is under observation".
905 obeys the Markovian master equation 1/2 0) 1/2 1/2 o 30 0 (8) . A symbolic description of the dynamics incorporating in a natural way the concept of information can now be achieved. For instance, the average amount of information needed to locate the system in state space is given by the information theoretic entropy 51 = -:l:)S(i) ln Ps(i) i in which Ps stands for the invariant probability. 06. 55. 2. Level Crossing Probabilities We now turn to a second mechanism producing information-rich sequences of symbols .