By Peter H. Baxendale (auth.), Mark A. Pinsky, Volker Wihstutz (eds.)
During the weekend of March 16-18, 1990 the collage of North Carolina at Charlotte hosted a convention with regards to stochastic flows, as a part of a different job Month within the division of arithmetic. This convention used to be supported together by means of a countrywide technology origin provide and through the collage of North Carolina at Charlotte. initially conceived as a neighborhood convention for researchers within the Southeastern usa, the convention finally drew participation from either coasts of the U. S. and from in a foreign country. This broad-based par ticipation displays a turning out to be curiosity within the point of view of stochastic flows, rather in likelihood concept and extra commonly in arithmetic as a complete. whereas the idea of deterministic flows will be thought of classical, the stochastic counterpart has purely been constructed some time past decade, during the efforts of Harris, Kunita, Elworthy, Baxendale and others. a lot of this paintings was once performed in shut reference to the speculation of diffusion techniques, the place dynamical platforms implicitly input likelihood conception through stochastic differential equations. during this regard, the Charlotte convention served as a usual outgrowth of the convention on Diffusion techniques, held at Northwestern collage, Evanston Illinois in October 1989, the complaints of which has now been released as quantity I of the present sequence. because of this traditional circulation of rules, and with the help and aid of the Editorial Board, it was once determined to prepare the current two-volume effort.
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