Stochastic spatial processes: mathematical theories and biological applications : proceedings of a conference held in Heidelberg, september 10-14, 1984 / P. Tautu

Auteur secondaire : Tautu, Petre (1927-1997) - Editeur scientifiqueType de document: Livre numériqueCollection: Lecture notes in mathematics, (Online) ; 1212Langue: anglaisÉditeur: Berlin : Springer-Verlag, 1986 ISBN: 9783540168034 Note: Contents: P. Tautu, Stochastic spatial processes in biology: a concise historical survey (pp. 1–41); A. D. Barbour and G. K. Eagleson, Tests for space-time clustering (pp. 42–51); A. Bose [Amitava Bose], Age distributions in birth and death processes (pp. 52–58); J. Theodore Cox and David Griffeath, Critical clustering in the two-dimensional voter model (pp. 59–68); Donald Dawson, Measure-valued processes. Construction, qualitative behavior and stochastic geometry (pp. 69–93); Peter Donnelly, Dual processes in population genetics (pp. 94–105); Richard Durrett, Some peculiar properties of a particle system with sexual reproduction (pp. 106–111); D. A. Ede, Computer simulation of developmental processes in biology: models for the developing limb (pp. 112–123); Luis G. Gorostiza, Asymptotics and spatial growth of branching random fields (pp. 124–135); Thomas Götz, Generation-dependent branching processes with immigration: convergence of distributions (pp. 136–144); Andreas Greven, On a class of infinite particle systems evolving in a random environment (pp. 145–164); Geoffrey Grimmett, Percolation processes and dimensionality (pp. 165–174); K. P. Hadeler, Birth and death processes with killing and applications to parasitic infections (pp. 175–186); Gail Ivanoff [B. Gail Ivanoff], Limit theorems for multitype branching random walks (pp. 187–194); Kari Kuulasmaa, On the reproduction rate of the spatial general epidemic (pp. 195–199); Thomas M. Liggett, Nearest particle systems: results and open problems (pp. 200–215); Thomas Nagylaki, Neutral models of geographical variation (pp. 216–237); Gerd Rosenkranz, Stochastic measure diffusions as models of growth and spread (pp. 238–248); Wayne G. Sullivan, L2 convergence of certain random walks on Zd and related diffusions (pp. 249–257); Petre Tautu, Random fields: applications in cell biology (pp. 258–299); D. J. A. Welsh, Correlated percolation and repulsive particle systems (pp. 300–311). Sujets MSC: 60-06 Probability theory and stochastic processes -- Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc
92-06 Biology and other natural sciences -- Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc
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Contents: P. Tautu, Stochastic spatial processes in biology: a concise historical survey (pp. 1–41); A. D. Barbour and G. K. Eagleson, Tests for space-time clustering (pp. 42–51); A. Bose [Amitava Bose], Age distributions in birth and death processes (pp. 52–58); J. Theodore Cox and David Griffeath, Critical clustering in the two-dimensional voter model (pp. 59–68); Donald Dawson, Measure-valued processes. Construction, qualitative behavior and stochastic geometry (pp. 69–93); Peter Donnelly, Dual processes in population genetics (pp. 94–105); Richard Durrett, Some peculiar properties of a particle system with sexual reproduction (pp. 106–111); D. A. Ede, Computer simulation of developmental processes in biology: models for the developing limb (pp. 112–123); Luis G. Gorostiza, Asymptotics and spatial growth of branching random fields (pp. 124–135); Thomas Götz, Generation-dependent branching processes with immigration: convergence of distributions (pp. 136–144); Andreas Greven, On a class of infinite particle systems evolving in a random environment (pp. 145–164); Geoffrey Grimmett, Percolation processes and dimensionality (pp. 165–174); K. P. Hadeler, Birth and death processes with killing and applications to parasitic infections (pp. 175–186); Gail Ivanoff [B. Gail Ivanoff], Limit theorems for multitype branching random walks (pp. 187–194); Kari Kuulasmaa, On the reproduction rate of the spatial general epidemic (pp. 195–199); Thomas M. Liggett, Nearest particle systems: results and open problems (pp. 200–215); Thomas Nagylaki, Neutral models of geographical variation (pp. 216–237); Gerd Rosenkranz, Stochastic measure diffusions as models of growth and spread (pp. 238–248); Wayne G. Sullivan, L2 convergence of certain random walks on Zd and related diffusions (pp. 249–257); Petre Tautu, Random fields: applications in cell biology (pp. 258–299); D. J. A. Welsh, Correlated percolation and repulsive particle systems (pp. 300–311).

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