Spring 2015 MATH C223B 001 LEC

Advanced Topics in Probablity and Stochastic Proces...
001 LECTuTh 2-330P 332 EVANSHAMMOND, A54407
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Note: "Universality in random growth processes" - The KPZ equation, introduced by Kardar, Parisi and Zhang, is a stochastic PDE that models randomly evolving interfaces that are subject to constraining forces such as surface tension. It is anticipated to be a universal object, in the sense that many microscopic models will share the KPZ equation as an accurate asymptotic description of their late time behavior. This view is supported by extensive numerical evidence,

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Prerequisites: Statistics C205A-C205B.

Syllabus: The topics of this course change each semester, and multiple sections may be offered. Advanced topics in probablity offered according to students demand and faculty availability. Also listed as Statistics C206B.


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