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Stochastic deformation of classical mechanics

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  • We describe a method of stochastic deformation of classical mechanics preserving the time symmetry of this theory. It provides a new general strategy to deform stochastically Geometric Mechanics.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 60H10, 49L99, 70F99.

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