Fractal geometry and stochastics. IV / Christoph Bandt, Peter Mörters, Martina Zähle

Auteur secondaire : Mörters, Peter - Editeur scientifique ; Zähle, Martina (1950-) - Editeur scientifique ; Bandt, Christoph (1950-) - Editeur scientifiqueType de document: Livre numériqueCollection: Progress in probability ; 61Langue: anglaisÉditeur: Basel : Birkhäuser, 2009 ISBN: 9783034600309 Note: Publisher's description: "Over the last fifteen years fractal geometry has established itself as a substantial mathematical theory in its own right. The interplay between fractal geometry, analysis and stochastics has highly influenced recent developments in mathematical modeling of complicated structures. This process has been impelled by problems in these areas related to applications in statistical physics, biomathematics and finance. "This book is a collection of survey articles covering many of the most recent developments, like Schramm-Loewner evolution, fractal scaling limits, exceptional sets for percolation, and heat kernels on fractals. The authors were the keynote speakers at the conference `Fractal Geometry and Stochastics IV' at Greifswald in September 2008.'' Sujets MSC: 28A80 Measure and integration -- Classical measure theory -- Fractals
28-06 Measure and integration -- Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc
60-06 Probability theory and stochastic processes -- Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc
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Publisher's description: "Over the last fifteen years fractal geometry has established itself as a substantial mathematical theory in its own right. The interplay between fractal geometry, analysis and stochastics has highly influenced recent developments in mathematical modeling of complicated structures. This process has been impelled by problems in these areas related to applications in statistical physics, biomathematics and finance.
"This book is a collection of survey articles covering many of the most recent developments, like Schramm-Loewner evolution, fractal scaling limits, exceptional sets for percolation, and heat kernels on fractals. The authors were the keynote speakers at the conference `Fractal Geometry and Stochastics IV' at Greifswald in September 2008.''

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