### A deterministic discretisation-step upper bound for state estimation via Clark transformations.

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We recover the Navier–Stokes equation as the incompressible limit of a stochastic lattice gas in which particles are allowed to jump over a mesoscopic scale. The result holds in any dimension assuming the existence of a smooth solution of the Navier–Stokes equation in a fixed time interval. The proof does not use nongradient methods or the multi-scale analysis due to the long range jumps.

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A simple personal saving model with interest rate based on random fluctuation of national growth rate is considered. We establish connections between the mean stochastic stability of our model and the deterministic stability of related partial difference equations. Then the asymptotic behavior of our stochastic model is studied. Although the model is simple, the techniques for obtaining its properties are not, and we make use of the theory of abstract Banach algebras and weighted spaces. It is hoped...

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