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As a consequence of the hear nature of this system, these rules prove the exact equivalence between the Newtonian description of Eq. 1) and the standard Langevin equation provided that the assumption of time-scale separation is satisfied (see Section Iv). This interesting result also provides clues on how to build up the reduced model theory (RMT). As outlined in Chapter I, this approach (which will be illustrated by Ferrario et al. in Chapter VI with several applications) consists in replacing the set of variables (a, b,), where a denotes the variables of interest and bRthe true irrelevant variables, with a set (qb,).

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