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Anomalous Diffusion limit of a fractional kinetic Fokker-Planck equation in a bounded domain with specular reflection on the boundary

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We investigate the long time/small mean-free-path asymptotic behaviour of the solutions of a fractional kinetic Fokker Planck equation—more precisely a Vlasov-type equation with a Lévy-Fokker-Planck collision operator—in super-critical settings on a smooth, strongly convex domain. On the boundary of this domain we consider specular reflections and we will show how this boundary condition will affect the asymptotic dynamics.

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