Scaling law of diffusivity generated by a noisy telegraph signal with fractal intermittency
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A Boltzmann equation, used to describe the Compton scattering in the non-relativistic limit is considered. A truncation of the very singular redistribution function is introduced and justified. The existence of weak solutions is proved for a large set of initial data. A simplified equation, where only the quadratic terms are kept, is also studied. The existence of weak solutions, and also of more regular solutions that are very flat near the origin, is proved. The long time asymptotic behavior of weak solutions of the simplified equation is described.