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By Robert J. Adler

Initially released in 1981, The Geometry of Random Fields is still an incredible textual content for its assurance and exposition of the idea of either tender and nonsmooth random fields; closed shape expressions for numerous geometric features of the expedition units of soft, desk bound, Gaussian random fields over N-dimensional rectangles; descriptions of the neighborhood habit of random fields within the neighborhoods of excessive maxima; and a therapy of the Markov estate for Gaussian fields.

Audience: The middle viewers of the publication is researchers in likelihood and data, with out earlier wisdom of geometry required. because the e-book used to be initially released it has turn into a typical reference in parts of actual oceanography, cosmology, and neuroimaging. it really is written at a degree available to nonspecialists, together with complex undergraduates and early graduate scholars.

Contents: Preface to the Classics variation; Preface; Corrections and reviews; bankruptcy 1: Random Fields and expedition units; bankruptcy 2: Homogeneous Fields and Their Spectra; bankruptcy three: pattern functionality Regularity; bankruptcy four: Geometry and expedition features; bankruptcy five: a few expectancies; bankruptcy 6: neighborhood Maxima and High-Level tours; bankruptcy 7: a few Non-Gaussian Fields; bankruptcy eight: pattern functionality Erraticism and Hausdorff size; Appendix: The Markov estate for Gaussian Fields; References; writer Index; topic Index.

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