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By Nadine Guillotin-Plantard

The purpose of this booklet is to record at the growth learned in chance thought within the box of dynamic random walks and to offer purposes in computing device technological know-how, mathematical physics and finance. every one bankruptcy includes didactical fabric in addition to extra complicated technical sections. Few appendices can assist clean thoughts (if necessary!). · New probabilistic version, new ends up in chance theory· unique purposes in computing device science· functions in mathematical physics· functions in finance

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