sudden excursion

See: outburst
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Since it has independent and normally distributed increments, there is always a small probability that a Brownian motion will experience large and sudden excursions. Furthermore, many real-world systems are not time-homogenous and can exhibit a range of behaviours depending on the state of the system.
Then a `rebound effect' kicks in, partially correcting these sudden excursions from the norm.