Sergio Albeverio
Sergio Albeverio (born 17 January 1939) is a Swiss mathematician and mathematical physicist working in numerous fields of mathematics and its applications. In particular he is known for his work in probability theory, analysis (including infinite dimensional, nonstandard, and stochastic analysis), mathematical physics, and in the areas algebra, geometry, number theory, as well as in applications, from natural to socialeconomic sciences.He initiated (with Raphael HøeghKrohn) a systematic mathematical theory of Feynman path integrals and of infinite dimensional Dirichlet forms and associated stochastic processes (with applications particularly in quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and quantum field theory). He also gave essential contributions to the development of areas such as ''p''adic functional and stochastic analysis as well as to the singular perturbation theory for differential operators. Other important contributions concern constructive quantum field theory and representation theory of infinite dimensional groups. He also initiated a new approach to the study of galaxy and planets formation inspired by stochastic mechanics. Provided by Wikipedia

by Albeverio, Sergio, HøeghKrohn, Rafael, Mazzucchi, Sonia
Published 2008
Published 2008
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

by Albeverio, Sergio, Khrennikov, A. I͡U., Shelkovich, V. M.
Published 2010
Published 2010
Cambridge University Press

by Albeverio, Sergio, Gesztesy, Friedrich, HoeghKrohn, Raphael, Holden, Helge
Published 1988
Published 1988
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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