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Frontiers in Physics
Self-propelled or active particles are referred to as the entities which exhibit anomalous transport violating the fluctuation-dissipation theorem by means of taking up an athermal energy source from the environment. Currently, a variety of active particles and their transport patterns have been quantified based on novel experimental tools such as single-particle tracking. However, the comprehensive theoretical understanding for these processes remains challenging. Effectively the stochasticdoi:10.3389/fphy.2019.00143 fatcat:ifgbyi6r5rgmrjji7qqrvc3njy