CINLAR, GETOOR, CHUNG. Seminar on Stochastic Processes, 1981 E. Cinlar, K.L. Chung, R.K. Getoor, editors 1981 Birkhäuser Boston • Basel e Stuttgart E. Qinlar Department of Mathematics Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois 60201.

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This volume consists of about half of the papers presented during a three-day seminar on stochastic processes held at Northwestern University in April 1981. The aim of the seminar was to bring together a small group of kindred spirits working on stochastic processes and to provide an informal atmosphere for them to discuss their current work. We plan to hold such a seminar once a year, with slight variations in emphasis to reflect the changing concerns and interests within the field. The invited participants in this year's seminar were J. AZEMA, R.M. BLUMENTHAL, R. CARMONA, K.L. CHUNG, R.K. GETOOR, J. JACOD, F. KNIGHT, S.OREY, A.O. PITTENGER, J. PITMAN, P. PROTTER, M.K. RAO, M. SHARPE, and J. WALSH. We thank them and other participants for the productive liveliness of the seminar. As mentioned above, the present volume is only a fragment of the work discussed at the seminar, the other papers having been already committed to otherpublications. The seminar was made possible through the enlightened support of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Grant No. 80-0252. We are grateful to them as well as the publisher, Birkhauser Boston, for their support and encouragement.

Seminar on Stochastic Processes, 1981 2 KESTEN. Percolation Theory for Mathematicians 3 ASMUSSEN/HERING. Branching Processes 4 CHUNG/WILLIAMS. Introduction to Stochastic Integration 5 QINLAR/CHUNG/GETOOR.

Author: Cinlar

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The 1992 Seminar on Stochastic Processes was held at the Univer sity of Washington from March 26 to March 28, 1992. This was the twelfth in a series of annual meetings which provide researchers with the opportunity to discuss current work on stochastic processes in an informal and enjoyable atmosphere. Previous seminars were held at Northwestern University, Princeton University, University of Florida, University of Virginia, University of California, San Diego, University of British Columbia and University of California, Los An geles. Following the successful format of previous years, there were five invited lectures, delivered by R. Adler, R. Banuelos, J. Pitman, S. J. Taylor and R. Williams, with the remainder of the time being devoted to informal communications and workshops on current work and problems. The enthusiasm and interest of the participants cre ated a lively and stimulating atmosphere for the seminar. A sample of the research discussed there is contained in this volume. The 1992 Seminar was made possible through the support of the National Science Foundation, the National Security Agency, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and the University of Washing ton. We extend our thanks to them and to the publisher Birkhauser Boston for their support and encouragement. Richard F. Bass Krzysztof Burdzy Seattle, 1992 SUPERPROCESS LOCAL AND INTERSECTION LOCAL TIMES AND THEIR CORRESPONDING PARTICLE PICTURES Robert J.

K. L. CHUNG and K. M. RAO. Feynman–Kac Functional and the Schrödinger Equation. Seminar on Stochastic Process 1981, pp. 1-29. Birkhäuser, Boston, 1981. 3. PEI HSU. Reflecting Brownian Motion, Boundary Local Time and the Neumann Problem.

Author: Cinlar

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This volume consists of about half of the papers presented during a three-day seminar on stochastic processes held at Northwestern U- versity, Evanston. The seminar was the fourth of such yearly seminars aimed at bringing together a small group of researchers to discuss their current work in an informal atmosphere. The invited participants in the seminar were B.W. ATKINSON, R.M. BLUMENTHAL, K. BURDZY, D. BURKHOLDER, M. CRANSTON, C. DOLEANS"'DADE, J.L. DOOB, N. FALKNER, P. FITZSIMMONS, J. GLOVER, F. KNIGHT, T. McCONNELL, J.B. MITRO, S. OREY, J. PITMAN, A.O. PITTENGER, Z. POP- STOJANOVIC, P. PROTTER, T. SALISBURY, M. SHARPE, C.T. SHIH, A. SZNITMAN, S.J. TAYLOR, J. WALSH, and R. WILLIAMS. We thank them and the other partiCipants for the lively seminar they created. The seminar was made possible through the partial support of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research via their Grant No. 82-0109 to Northwestern University. E.

Markov Processes and Potential Theory. ... Semtnar on Stochastic Processes 1981, pp. 135-150. Birkhäuser, Boston, l98l. Z. R. POP-STOJANOVIC and MURALI RAO. Remarks on Energy. Seminar on Stochastic Processes 1982, pp. 229–235.

Author: Cinlar

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This volume consists of about half of the papers presented during a three-day seminar on stochastic processes. The seminar was the third of such yearly seminars aimed at bringing together a small group of researchers to discuss their current work in an informal atmosphere. The previous two seminars were held at Northwesterr. University, Evanston. This one was held at the University of Florida, Gainesville. The invited participants in the seminar were B. ATKINSON, K.L. CHUNG, C. DELLACHERIE, J.L. DOOB, E.B. DYNKIN, N. FALKNER, R.K. GETOOR, J. GLOVER, T. JEULIN, H. KASPI, T. McCONNELL, J. MITRO, E. PERKINS, Z. POP-STOJANOVIC, M. RAO, L.C.G. ROGERS, P. SALMINEN, M.J. SHARPE, S.R.S. VARADHAN, and J. WALSH. We thank them and the other participants for the lively atmosphere they have created. The seminar was made possible through the generous supports of the University of Florida, Department of Mathematics, and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Grant No. 82-0189, to Northwestern University. We are grateful for their support. Finally, we thank Professors Zoran POP-STOJANOVIC and Murali RAO for their time, effort, and kind hospitality in the organization of the seminar and during our stay in Gainesville.

... VA 22903-3199 advanced graduate texts. typesetters. 1 CINLAR/CHUNG/GETOOR. Seminar on Stochastic Processes, 1981 2 KESTEN. Percolation Theory for Mathematicians 3 ASMUSSEN/HERING. Branching Processes 4 CHUNG/WILLIAMS.

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This volume has been created in honor of the seventieth birthday of Ted Harris, which was celebrated on January 11th, 1989. The papers rep resent the wide range of subfields of probability theory in which Ted has made profound and fundamental contributions. This breadth in Ted's research complicates the task of putting together in his honor a book with a unified theme. One common thread noted was the spatial, or geometric, aspect of the phenomena Ted investigated. This volume has been organized around that theme, with papers covering four major subject areas of Ted's research: branching processes, percola tion, interacting particle systems, and stochastic flows. These four topics do not· exhaust his research interests; his major work on Markov chains is commemorated in the standard technology "Harris chain" and "Harris recurrent" . The editors would like to take this opportunity to thank the speakers at the symposium and the contributors to this volume. Their enthusi astic support is a tribute to Ted Harris. We would like to express our appreciation to Annette Mosley for her efforts in typing the manuscripts and to Arthur Ogawa for typesetting the volume. Finally, we gratefully acknowledge the National Science Foundation and the University of South ern California for their financial support.

Professor Loren Pitt Department of Mathematics University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 22903-3199 advanced graduate texts. typesetters. 1 CINLAR/CHUNG|GETOOR. Seminar on Stochastic Processes, 1981 2 KESTEN.

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At the end of the summer 1989, an international conference on stochastic analysis and related topics was held for the first time in Lisbon (Portu gal). This meeting was made possible with the help of INIC and JNICT, two organizations devoted to the encouragement of scientific research in Portugal. The meeting was interdiciplinary since mathematicians and mathematical physicists from around the world were invited to present their recent works involving probability theory, analysis, geometry and physics, a wide area of cross fertilization in recent years. Portuguese scientific research is expanding fast, these days, faster, some times, than the relevant academic structures. The years to come will be determinant for the orientation of those young Portuguese willing to take an active part in the international scientific community. Lisbon's summer 89 meeting should initiate a new Iberic tradition, attrac tive both for these researchers to be and, of course, for the selected guests. Judging by the quality of contributions collected here, it is not unrealistic to believe that a tradition of "southern randomness" may well be established.

Seminar on Stochastic Processes, 1981 2 KESTEN. Percolation Theory for Mathematicians 3 ASMUSSEN/HERING. Branching Processes 4 CHUNG/WILLIAMS. Introduction to Stochastic Integration 5 QINLAR/CHUNG/GETOOR. Seminar on Stochastic Processes ...

Author: Eberlein

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The first international conference on Probability in Banach Spaces was held at Oberwolfach, West Germany, in 1975. It brought together European researchers who, under the inspiration of the Schwartz Seminar in Paris, were using probabi listic methods in the study of the geometry of Banach spaces, a rather small number of probabilists who were already studying classical limit laws on Banach spaces, and a larger number of probabilists, specialists in various aspects of the study of Gaussian processes, whose results and techniques were of interest to the members of the first two groups. This first conference was very fruitful. It fos tered a continuing relationship among 50 to 75 probabilists and analysts working on probability on infinite-dimensional spaces, the geometry of Banach spaces, and the use of random methods in harmonic analysis. Six more international conferences were held since the 1975 meeting. Two of the meetings were held at Tufts University, one at S¢nderborg, Denmark, and the others at Oberwolfach. This volume contains a selection of papers by the partici pants of the Seventh International Conference held at Oberwolfach, West Ger many, June 26-July 2, 1988. This exciting and provocative conference was at tended by more than 50 mathematicians from many countries. These papers demonstrate the range of interests of the conference participants. In addition to the ongoing study of classical and modern limit theorems in Banach spaces, a branching out has occurred among the members of this group.

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This volume contains a selection of papers by the participants of the 6. International Conference on Probability in Banach Spaces, Sand bjerg, Denmark, June 16-D1, 1986. The conference was attended by 45 participants from several countries. One thing makes this conference completely different from the previous five ones, namely that it was ar ranged jointly in Probability in Banach spaces and Banach space theory with almost equal representation of scientists in the two fields. Though these fields are closely related it seems that direct collaboration between researchers in the two groups has been seldom. It is our feeling that the conference, where the participants were together for five days taking part in lectures and intense discussions of mutual problems, has contributed to a better understanding and closer collaboration in the two fields. The papers in the present volume do not cover all the material pre sented in the lectures; several results covered have been published else where. The sponsors of the conference are: The Carlsberg Foundation, The Danish Natural Science Research Council, The Danish Department of Education, The Department of Mathematics, Odense University, The Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University, The Knudsen Foundation, Odense, Odense University, The Research Foundation of Aarhus University, The Thborg Foundation. The participants and the organizers would like to thank these institu tions for their support. The Organizers. Contents A. de Acosta and M. Ledoux, On the identification of the limits in the law of the iterated logarithm in Banach spaces. . . . .