11 edition of **Large Deviations and Metastability (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications)** found in the catalog.

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Published
**February 21, 2005**
by Cambridge University Press
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Written in English

- Probability & statistics,
- Probability & Statistics - General,
- Mathematics,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Mathematics / Statistics,
- Grote afwijkingen.,
- Large deviations,
- Stability,
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 528 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7747483M |

ISBN 10 | 0521591635 |

ISBN 10 | 9780521591638 |

The first part of the book then develops such pertinent tools as the theory of large deviations which is used to provide a physically relevant dynamical description of metastability. Written for graduate students, this book affords an excellent route into contemporary research as well. Large deviations in mathematical nance Huy^en PHAM Laboratoire de Probabilit es et Mod eles Al eatoires CNRS, UMR Universit e Paris 7 e-mail: [email protected] and Institut Universitaire de France January 5, Abstract The area of large deviations is a set of asymptotic results on rare events probabilities.

Large Deviations and Idempotent Probability expounds upon the recent methodology of building large deviation theory along the lines of weak convergence theory. The author develops an idempotent (or maxitive) probability theory, introduces idempotent analogues of martingales (maxingales), Wiener and Poisson processes, and Ito differential. Enzo Olivieri, Vares is the author of the book Large Deviations and Metastability (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications , Cambridge University Flock House virus ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.

With Enzo Olivieri, Vares is the author of the book Large Deviations and Metastability (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications , Cambridge University Press, ). She is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and an elected member of the International Statistical ity control: MGP: Large deviations state it is exponential in n, and give us the rate of decay. Cramér's theorem states that, P (ˉXn ∈ A) = exp − n (inf {I (x); x ∈ A} + o (1)) as n → ∞, for all interval A. The rate function I can be computed as the Legendre conjugate of the logarithmic moment generating function of X.

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With only minimal prerequisites, the book covers all the main results and brings the reader to the most recent developments. Large deviations and metastability. [Enzo Olivieri; Maria Eulália Vares] -- The book provides a general introduction to the theory of large deviations and a wide overview of the metastable behaviour of stochastic dynamics.

The first part of the book then develops such pertinent tools as the theory of large deviations which is used to provide a physically relevant dynamical description of metastability. Written for. “This monograph gives a complete and detailed account of the most recent techniques developed to obtain a precise mathematical description of the phenomenon of metastability.

The book is well organized and well written, it contains a large amount of fundamental ideas and techniques, and it is an important reference for any researcher interested in the study of long. Large deviation estimates have proved to be the crucial tool required to handle many questions in statistics, engineering, statistial mechanics, and applied probability.

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the ﬁeld on the mathematical side, and large deviations and metastability are often seen as almost synonymous (see e.g. the recent monograph [35]). Besides the large deviation estimates, Freidlin and Wentzell introduced a very interesting and useful way of looking at metastable systems by associating to it whatCited by: of results for Books: "Large deviations" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime.

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By focusing the theory, in Part A of the book, on random sequences, the author succeeds in conveying the main ideas behind large deviations without a need for technicalities, thus. () Dynamics with selection, large deviations and metastability 3 / 36 Stern, Dror, Stolovicki, Brenner, and Braun An arbitrary and dramatic rewiring of the genome of a yeast cell.

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The book provides a general introduction to the theory of large deviations and a wide overview of the metastable behaviour of stochastic dynamics. With only minimal prerequisites, the book covers all the main results and brings the reader to the most recent : Enzo Olivieri, Maria Eulália Vares.

Although large deviation theory is not our main interest in this book, it is an essential element in our conceptual understanding of metastability. Moreover, it provides tools to obtain estimates, which often serve as preliminary steps towards more refined estimates.

metastability, spatial growth in random environment and related percolative systems. Currículo Lattes. List of additional references and corrections for the book Large Deviations and Metastability, by E.

Olivieri, : Errata (updated August ) Missing/Additional References (updated April 09) Slides- WM2-talk.In the language of Large Deviation Theory, the sequence n 1S.

nsatis es an LDP with rate function I(x). When x6=p, the set fS. n= [nx]gis regarded as an (exponentially) rare event and the limit () o ers a precise exponential rate of the convergence of its probability to 0.Large deviations is concerned with the study of rare events and of small probabilities.

Let X i, 1 ≤ i ≤ n, be independent identically distributed (i.i.d.) real random variables with expectation m.