Abstract | The effects of a stochastic reset, to its initial configuration, is studied in the exactly solvable one-dimensional coagulation-diffusion process. A finite resetting rate leads to a modified non-equilibrium stationary state. If in addition the input of particles at a fixed given rate is admitted, a competition between the resetting and the input rates leads to a non-trivial behaviour of the particle-density in the stationary state. From the exact inter-particle probability distribution, a simple physical picture emerges: the reset mainly changes the behaviour at larger distance scales, while at smaller length scales, the non-trivial correlation of the model without a reset dominates. |