Lenz, Daniel, Sobieczky, Florian, Woess, Wolfgang (Eds.)
2011, XXVI, 326 p.
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Leading experts' results from group-theory, probability, ergodic theory, and analysis: diverse spectrum of high level research on the topic of random walks on infinite graphs.
Diverse spectrum of sub-fields
Up-to-date overviews of random walks, graphs, spectra under different perspectives
These proceedings represent the current state of research on the topics 'boundary theory' and 'spectral and probability theory' of random walks on infinite graphs. They are the result of the two workshops held in Styria (Graz and St. Kathrein am Offenegg, Austria) between June 29th and July 5th, 2009. Many of the participants joined both meetings. Even though the perspectives range from very different fields of mathematics, they all contribute with important results to the same wonderful topic from structure theory, which, by extending a quotation of Laurent Saloff-Coste, could be described by 'exploration of groups by random processes'.
M. Arnaudon A. Bendikov M. Björklund B. Bobikau D. D’Angeli A. Donno M.J. Dunwoody A. Erschler R. Froese A. Gnedin Y. Guivarc’h S. Haeseler D. Hasler P.E.T. Jorgensen M. Keller I. Krasovsky P. Müller T. Nagnibeda J. Parkinson E.P.J. Pearse C. Pittet C.R.E. Raja B. Schapira W. Spitzer P. Stollmann A. Thalmaier T.S. Turova R.K. Wojciechowski