Donald A. Dawson, Bernard Maisonneuve, Joel Spencer,'s Ecole d'Eté de Probabilités de Saint-Flour XXI - 1991 PDF

By Donald A. Dawson, Bernard Maisonneuve, Joel Spencer, Paul-Louis Hennequin

CONTENTS: D.D. Dawson: Measure-valued Markov Processes.- B. Maisonneuve: Processus de Markov: Naissance, Retournement, Regeneration.- J. Spencer: 9 lectures on Random Graphs

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Had he been a better mathematician, German mathematics might well have flourished more in Leipzig than in Berlin or Göttingen. But his first mathematical work, Beschreibung einer ganz neuen Art, nach einem bekannten Gesetze fortgehende Zahlen durch Abzählen oder Abmessen bequem und sicher zu finden [26], amply foreshadowed what was to come: his ‘ganz neuen Art’ (completely new art) idea in that booklet was simply to give combinatorial significance to the digits of numbers written in decimal notation.

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