Stochastic Processes and their Applications in Mathematics and Physics

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Albeverio, Sergio (Editor), Blanchard, Philip (Editor), Streit, L. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1990, 1990
Edition:1st ed. 1990
Series:Mathematics and Its Applications
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Stochastic stability for vector fields with a manifold of singular points, and an application to lattice gauge theory
  • Ricci curvature and dimension for diffusion semigroups
  • The Zitterbewegung of a Dirac electron in a central field
  • Maximum entropy principles for Markov processes
  • An optimal Carleman-type inequality for the Dirac operator
  • Toeplitz operators — an asymptotic quantization of symplectic cones
  • Perturbation theory for random disordered systems
  • On rigorous hydrodynamics, self-diffusion and the Green-Kubo formulae
  • A stochastic model for plasma dynamics
  • Macroscopic potentials of dissipative dynamical systems
  • Random-path intersections in geometry, probability and physics
  • Noncummutative version of the central limit theorem and of Cramér’s theorem
  • Distributions, Sobolev spaces on Gaussian vector spaces and Ito’s calculus
  • On problems in stochastic differential equations connected with some particular type of interacting particles
  • Asymptotic behaviors of moments for one-dimensional generalized diffusion processes
  • Langevin equation and fluctuation-dissipation theorem
  • The Dirichlet problem for quasi-linear partial differential operators with boundary data given by a distribution
  • Stationary stochastic perturbation of a linear delay equation
  • Random lattice models
  • Interactions galileennes aimant-charge
  • The polaron functional integral
  • The Bosonic string