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* The denoising algorithms in [[nonlocal image processing]] are able to detect patterns in a better way than the PDE based models. A simple model for denoising is the [[nonlocal mean curvature flow]].  * The denoising algorithms in [[nonlocal image processing]] are able to detect patterns in a better way than the PDE based models. A simple model for denoising is the [[nonlocal mean curvature flow]].  
* The [[Boltzmann equation]] models the evolution of dilute gases and it is intrinsically an integral equation. In fact, simplified [[kinetic models]] can be used to derive the [[fractional heat equation]] without resorting to stochastic processes.  * The [[Boltzmann equation]] models the evolution of dilute gases and it is intrinsically an integral equation. In fact, simplified [[kinetic models]] can be used to derive the [[fractional heat equation]] without resorting to stochastic processes.  
  * In conformal geometry, the Paneitz operators  +  * In conformal geometry, the Paneitz operators encode information about the manifold, they include fractional powers of the Laplacian, which are nonlocal operators. 
* In oceanography, the temperature on the surface may diffuse though the atmosphere giving rise to the [[surface quasigeostrophic equation]].  * In oceanography, the temperature on the surface may diffuse though the atmosphere giving rise to the [[surface quasigeostrophic equation]].  
* Several stochastic models, in particular particle systems, can be used to derive nonlocal equations like the [[Nonlocal porous medium equation]], the [[HamiltonJacobi equation with fractional diffusion]], [[conservation laws with fractional diffusion]], etc...  * Several stochastic models, in particular particle systems, can be used to derive nonlocal equations like the [[Nonlocal porous medium equation]], the [[HamiltonJacobi equation with fractional diffusion]], [[conservation laws with fractional diffusion]], etc... 
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