We focus on the asymmetry of the interaction in the optimal velocity (OV) model, which is a model of self-driven particles, and analytically investigate the effects of the asymmetry on the fluctuation-response relation, which is one of the remarkable relationships in statistical physics. By linearizing a modified OV model, i.e., the backward-looking optimal velocity model, which can easily control the magnitude of asymmetry in the interaction, we derive n coupled linear oscillators with asymmetric interactions. We analytically solve the equations of the n coupled linear oscillators and calculate the response and correlation functions. We find that the fluctuation response relation does not hold in the n coupled linear oscillators with asymmetric interactions. Moreover, as the magnitude of the asymmetry increases, the difference between the response and correlation functions increases.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
- Statistics and Probability
- Condensed Matter Physics