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In the optimum or steady state, the third term on the right-hand side is minus twice the fourth term, and so the sum of these two terms is jtj  t x Á ðQþ ÞÀ1 ½QÀ þ ^tQþ ŠSx % x Á XðxÞ 4 4 ð69Þ where the asymmetric coupling has been neglected. For t > 0, this is one-quarter of the first entropy production and is positive, which justifies the above physical interpretation of these two terms. In summary, following a fluctuation the system is initially dynamically disordered, and the flux is zero. If the flux were constrained to be zero for an intermediate time, the second entropy would be less than the first entropy of the fluctuation, and it would have decreased at a constant rate,  Sð2Þ ðx ¼ 0; xjtÞ ¼ Sð1Þ ðxÞ þ jtj þ Q : ðSxÞ2 4 ð70Þ ignoring the asymmetric term.

Since the most likely subsystem force equals that imposed by the reservoir, Xs % Xr , with relatively negligible error, the asymptote can be written _ 0 ðtjG1 ÞÞ ! ÇXr Á Lðx1 ; Æ1ÞX1 % ÇLðx1 ; Æ1Þ : X2r ; Xr Á xðG t ! Æt ð159Þ This is equal and opposite to the term added to the integrand and so cancels with it leaving a short-ranged integrand. Since this asymptote gives zero contribution to the integral, because of this cancelation or, equivalently, because it is odd, the integral is insensitive to the value of t provided that it is in the intermediate regime.

From the quadratic term it follows that 1 8½Gðx1 ; tÞ 1 þ Gy ðx3 ; tފ þ 16 ½Sðx1 Þ þ Sðx3 ފ ¼ 14½Gðx1 ; 2tÞ þ Gy ðx3 ; 2tފ ð100Þ To satisfy this, G must contain terms that scale inversely with the time interval, and terms that are independent of the time interval. As in the linear case, the expansion is nonanalytic, and it follows that Gðx; tÞ ¼ 1 1 g ðxÞ þ g ðxÞ þ g ðxÞ þ ^tg ðxÞ 2 3 jtj 0 t 1 ð101Þ and that, in view of the parity rule (94), Gy ðx; tÞ ¼ 1 1 g ðxÞ À g ðxÞ þ g ðxÞ À ^tg ðxÞ 2 3 jtj 0 t 1 ð102Þ From Eq.

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