Divergence of a stationary random vector field can be always positive (a Weiss' phenomenon)
"Divergence of a stationary random vector field can be always positive (a Weiss' phenomenon)."
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A research eprint, 6 pages, bibl. 1 ref.
The divergence of a stationary random vector field at a given point is usually a centered (that is, zero mean) random variable. Strangely enough, it can be equal to 1 almost surely. This fact is another form of a phenomenon disclosed by B.~Weiss in 1997.
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