Lectures on Probability Theory and Statistics
Ecole d'Eté de Probabilités de Saint-Flour XXXIII - 2003
Picard, Jean.
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This volume contains two of the three lectures that were given at the 33rd Probability Summer School in Saint-Flour (July 6-23, 2003). Amir Dembo’s course is devoted to recent studies of the fractal nature of random sets, focusing on some fine properties of the sample path of random walk and Brownian motion. In particular, the cover time for Markov chains, the dimension of discrete limsup random fractals, the multi-scale truncated second moment and the Ciesielski-Taylor identities are explored. Tadahisa Funaki’s course reviews recent developments of the mathematical theory on stochastic interface models, mostly on the so-called \nabla \varphi interface model. The results are formulated as classical limit theorems in probability theory, and the text serves with good applications of basic probability techniques.
edited by Jean Picard.
Distribution (Probability theory
Mathematics
Potential theory (Mathematics)
Statistics
Differential equations, partial
Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
Measure and Integration
Potential Theory
Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Sciences
Partial Differential Equations
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