We go back to the question of the regularity of the velocity average ${\int f(x,v)\psi(v) d \mu( v)}$when $f$ and $v\cdot \nabla\_xf$ both belong to $L^2$, and the variable $v$ lies in a discrete subset of $\mathbb R^D$. First of all, we provide a …

In this note, we investigate some questions around velocity averaging lemmas, a class of results which ensure the regularity of the velocity average ${\int f(x,v)\psi(v) d \mu( v)}$ when $v\cdot \nabla\_xf$ both belong to $L^p$, $p \in \[1, \infty)$ …

The work of this thesis belongs to the field of partial differential equations. More specifically, it is linked to the problematic of scale changes in the context of kinetic of gas. Indeed, knowing that there exists different scales of description for a gas (microscopic, mesoscopic and macroscopic scale), we want to link these different associated scales in a context where some randomness acts, in initial data and/or distributed on all the time interval.

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