The generalised sine random point field arises from the scaling limit at the origin of the eigenvalues of the generalised Gaussian ensembles. We solve an infinite-dimensional stochastic differential equation (ISDE) describing an infinite number of interacting Brownian particles which is reversible with respect to the generalised sine random point field. Moreover, finite particle approximation of the ISDE is shown, that is, a solution to the ISDE is approximated by solutions to finite-dimensional SDEs describing finite-particle systems related to the generalised Gaussian ensembles.
In this paper we consider a telegraph equation with time-dependent coefficients, governing the persistent random walk of a particle moving on the line with a time-varying velocity $c(t)$ and changing direction at instants distributed according to a non-stationary Poisson distribution with rate $\lambda (t)$. We show that, under suitable assumptions, we are able to find the exact form of the probability distribution. We also consider the space-fractional counterpart of this model, finding the characteristic function of the related process. A conclusive discussion is devoted to the potential applications to run-and-tumble models.