Anomalous Diffusion and Mixing of Chaotic Orbits in Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems

Ryuji Ishizaki, Takehiko Horita, Hazime Mori
1993 Progress of theoretical physics  
947 Anomalous behaviors of the diffusion and mixing of chaotic orbits due to the intermittent sticking to the islands of normal tori and accelerator-mode tori in a widespread chaotic sea are studied numerically and theoretically for Hamiltonian systems with two degrees of freedom. The probability distribution functions for the coarse-grained velocity (characterizing the diffusion) and the coarse-grained expansion rate (characterizing the mixing) turn out to obey an anomalous scaling law which
more » ... scaling law which is quite different from the Gaussian. The scaling law is confirmed for both diffusion and mixing by numerical experiments on the heating map introduced by Karney, which exhibits remarkable statistical properties more clearly than the standard map. Its scaling exponents for the two cases, however, are found to be different from each other.
doi:10.1143/ptp.89.947 fatcat:m56ps6ddmvaovjp56eld3nu2fy