Random Walks And Geometry - proceedings of a workshop at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute, Vienna, June 18-July 13, 2001 - Vadim A. Kaimanovich, Klaus Schmidt, Wolfgang Woess
Walter de Gruyter (2004)
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Geometry, Geometry, Geometry/ Congresses, Random walks (Mathematics), Random Walks (Mathematics)/ Congresses

Recent developments show that probability methods have become a very powerful tool in such different areas as statistical physics, dynamical systems, Riemannian geometry, group theory, harmonic analysis, graph theory and computer science.This volume is an outcome of the special semester 2001 - Random Walks held at the Schrödinger Institute in Vienna, Austria. It contains original research articles with non-trivial new approaches based on applications of random walks and similar processes to Lie groups, geometric flows, physical models on infinite graphs, random number generators, Lyapunov exponents, geometric group theory, spectral theory of graphs and potential theory. Highlights are the first survey of the theory of the stochastic Loewner evolution and its applications to percolation theory (a new rapidly developing and very promising subject at the crossroads of probability, statistical physics and harmonic analysis), surveys on expander graphs, random matrices and quantum chaos, cellular automata and symbolic dynamical systems, and others. The contributors to the volume are the leading experts in the area.

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LoC Classification QA274.73 .R37 2004
Dewey 519.2/82
No. of Pages 544
Height x Width 250 x 178 mm