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Loic Chaumont, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie

Rafal Latala, Warsaw University
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A Regeneration Proof of the Central Limit Theorem for Uniformly Ergodic Markov Chains
    Abstract


Giovanni Peccati, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France

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Robert J. Adler, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Aureli Alabert, Universitat Autňnoma de Barcelona
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    Linear stochastic differential-algebraic equations with constant coefficients
    Abstract


Tom Alberts, New York University

David J. Aldous, University of California, Berkeley

Larbi Alili, ETH Zurich

Roland Alkemper, Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Germany
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF SOME DUALITY RELATIONS IN STOCHASTIC POPULATION MODELS
    Abstract


Jenny Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology

Kyprianou Andreas, University of Bath

Peter Andrew, University of Utrecht
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    A Proof from `First Principles' of Kesten's Result for the Probabilities with which a Subordinator Hits Points.
    Abstract


Christophe Andrieu, University of Bristol

Omer Angel, University of British Columbia, Canada

John A. D. Appleby, Dublin City University
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Oscillation and Non-oscillation in Solutions of Nonlinear Stochastic Delay Differential Equations
    Abstract

  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    Almost Sure Stability of Linear Ito-Volterra Equations with Damped Stochastic Perturbations
    Abstract


Miguel A. Arcones, University of Texas

Louis-Pierre Arguin, Princeton University

Rami Atar, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Yves Atchade, University of Michigan

Siva Athreya, University of British Columbia

B
Khaled Bahlali, CNRS Luminy
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    Existence and uniqueness of solutions for BSDEs with locally Lipschitz coefficient
    Abstract


Dominique Bakry, LSP, Univ. toulouse 3
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A simple proof of the Poincaré inequality for a large class of probability measures
    Abstract


Raluca Balan, University of Ottawa, Canada

Paolo Baldi, Universita i Roma
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    On the characterization of isotropic Gaussian fields on homogeneous spaces of compact groups
    Abstract


Antar Bandyopadhyay, University of California, Berkeley
  • Volume 6, 2001 - Articles
    How to Combine Fast Heuristic Markov Chain Monte Carlo with Slow Exact Sampling
    Abstract


David Barbato, Università di Pisa, Italy

Martin Barlow, University of British Columbia

Franck Barthe, LSP, Univ. toulouse 3
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A simple proof of the Poincaré inequality for a large class of probability measures
    Abstract


Yuliy Baryshnikov, University of Osnabrueck

Richard F. Bass, University of Washington

Fabrice Baudoin, Université Paris 6 et Paris 7

Witold Bednorz, Warsaw University
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A Regeneration Proof of the Central Limit Theorem for Uniformly Ergodic Markov Chains
    Abstract


Itai Benjamini, Weizmann Institute of Science

Jean Berard, Université de Lyon

Patrice Bertail, Laboratory of Statistics, CREST and MODALX, University Paris X, France

Jean Bertoin, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie

J. D. Biggins, The University of Sheffield, UK

Matthias Birkner, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Germany
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    A Condition for Weak Disorder for Directed Polymers in Random Environment
    Abstract


Anders Bjorner, Royal Institute of Technology

Sergey G Bobkov, University of Minnesota

Thierry Bodineau, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France

Daniel Boivin, Université de Bretagne Sud

Konstantin Borovkov, University of Melbourne

Arup Bose, Indian Statistical Institute

Thomas R Boucher, Plymouth State University
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Asymptotic variance of functionals of discrete-time Markov chains via the Drazin inverse.
    Abstract


Brahim Boufoussi, Department of Mathematics, Cadi Ayyad University FSSM

Paul Bourgade, LPMA, Paris 6

Jean-Christophe Breton, Laboratoire Mathématiques, Image et Applications
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Error bounds on the non-normal approximation of Hermite power variations of fractional Brownian motion
    Abstract


Philippe Briand, Université Rennes 1

Wlodek Bryc, University of Cincinnati
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Asymptotic results for empirical measures of weighted sums of independent random variables
    Abstract


Chris Burdzy, University of Washington

Krzysztof Burdzy, University of Washington

Zaeem Burq, University of Melbourne

C
Francesco Caravenna, Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy

Niclas Carlsson, Abo Akademi University, Finland

Philippe Carmona, Université Paul Sabatier

Philippe Carmona, Université de Nantes

Rene Carmona, Princeton University

Patrick Cattiaux, LSP, Univ. toulouse 3
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A simple proof of the Poincaré inequality for a large class of probability measures
    Abstract


Pedro José Catuogno, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

Philippe Chassaing, Institut Elie Cartan

Juan Ruiz de Chavez, UAM-I

Yu-Ting Chen, Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

Zhen-Qing Chen, University of Washington, USA
  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    When Does a Randomly Weighted Self-normalized Sum Converge in Distribution?
    Abstract

  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    Acknowledgment of Priority: When Does a Randomly Weighted Self-normalized Sum Converge in Distribution?     (Elect. Comm. in Probab. 10 (2005), 70--81)
    Abstract

  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    Editorial Board for Volume 10 (2005)
    Abstract

  • Volume 3, 1998 - Articles
    Weak Convergence of Reflected Brownian Motions
    Abstract


Pavel Chigansky, The Weizmann Institute of Science

Pavel Chigansky, The Hebrew University

Sergei Chobanyan, Georgian Academy of Sciences, Georgia

Henri Comman, University of Santiago de Chile

Joseph G. Conlon, University of Michigan

François Coquet, Université Rennes 1
  • Volume 5, 2000 - Articles
    A Converse Comparison Theorem for BSDEs and Related Properties of g-Expectation
    Abstract


Laure Coutin, Université Paul Sabatier

Michael Cranston, University of California at Irvine

Endre Csáki, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Invariance Principles for Ranked Excursion Lengths and Heights
    Abstract

  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    Capacity Estimates, Boundary Crossings and the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Process in Wiener Space
    Abstract


D
Sébastien Darses, Boston University

Amites Dasgupta, Indian Statistical Institute

Arnaud de La Fortelle, Mines Paris

Bernardo Nunes Borge de Lima, UFMG, Belo Horizonte

Dante DeBlassie, Texas A&M University

Arnaud Debussche, IRMAR, ENS Cachan Bretagne, CNRS, UEB

Maria Deijfen, Stockholm University
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    Stationary random graphs on Z with prescribed iid degrees and finite mean connections
    Abstract


Maria Deijfen, Stockholm University
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Stationary random graphs with prescribed iid degrees on a spatial Poisson process
    Abstract


Bernard Delyon, Université Rennes 1

Amir Dembo, Stanford University

Jean-Marc Derrien, Université de Bretagne Sud

Luc Devroye, McGill University

Ton AB Dieker, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Reflected Brownian motion in a wedge: sum-of-exponential stationary densities
    Abstract


Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland

Julien Dubédat, Université Paris-Sud

Maximilian Duerre
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    Uniqueness of multi-dimensional infinite volume self-organized critical forest-fire models
    Abstract


Frédérique Duheille-Bienvenue, Université Claude Bernard - Lyon 1
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Central Limit Theorems for the Products of Random Matrices Sampled by a Random Walk
    Abstract


Thomas S.A. Duquesne, University Paris 6

E
Maren Eckhoff, Technical University of Munich
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Uniqueness of the mixing measure for a random walk in a random environment on the positive integers
    Abstract


Nathanael Enriquez, Universite Paris 10

Steven N. Evans, University of California at Berkeley

F
Franco Fagnola, Università di Genova

Chad Fargason, Duke University

Shui Feng, McMaster University

Lisandro J Fermín, Universite Paris-Sud and Universidad Central de Venezuela

D. Feyel, Université Evry

Raul Fierro, Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso

James Allen Fill, The Johns Hopkins University

P. J. Fitzsimmons, University of California, San Diego

Patrick J Fitzsimmons, UC San Diego

Markus Flury, Universität

Sacha Friedli, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro

Takahiko Fujita, Graduate School of Commerce and management, Hitotsubashi University

Tadahisa Funaki, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo

G
Onno van Gaans, Leiden University
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    Invariant measures for stochastic Cauchy problems with asymptotically unstable drift semigroup
    Abstract


Fuchang Gao, University of Idaho
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    The Mean of a Maximum Likelihood Estimator Associated with the Brownian Bridge
    Abstract


Fuchang Gao, University of Idaho
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Entropy Estimate for k-Monotone Functions via Small Ball Probability of Integrated Brownian Motions
    Abstract


Fuqing Gao, Wuhan University
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Deviation inequalities and moderate deviations for estimators of parameters in an Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process with linear drift
    Abstract


Emmanuelle Gautherat, Laboratory of Statistics, CREST and Economic Faculty of Reims, France

Giambattista Giacomin, Universitè Paris 7 and Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires C.N.R.S.

PAGES Gilles, Univ. Paris 6

Evarist Giné, University of Connecticut

Alexander Gnedin, Utrecht University

Emmanuel Gobet, Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Computation of Greeks for Barrier and Lookback Options Using Malliavin Calculus
    Abstract


Christina A Goldschmidt, Department of Statistics, University of Oxford

Nathael Gozlan

Philip S. Griffin, Syracuse University

Stanislav Grishin, Princeton University

Arnaud GUILLIN, LATP, Univ. Aix-Marseille 1
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A simple proof of the Poincaré inequality for a large class of probability measures
    Abstract


Nadine Guillotin, Université Claude Bernard - Lyon 1

Nadine Guillotin-Plantard, Université Claude Bernard - Lyon 1
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Central Limit Theorems for the Products of Random Matrices Sampled by a Random Walk
    Abstract


Nadine Guillotin-Plantard, Université Lyon 1

Herve Guiol, IMA-EPFL
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Microscopic structure of a decreasing shock for the asymmetric $k$-step exclusion process
    Abstract


Alice Guionnet, Ecole Normale Superieure

Friedrich Götze, Universitat Bielefeld

H
Olle Häggström, Chalmers University of Technology and Goteborg University
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    A Monotonicity Result for Hard-core and Widom-Rowlinson Models on Certain d-dimensional Lattices
    Abstract


Olle Haggstrom, Chalmers University of Technology

Olle Haggstrom, Chalmers University of Technology

B. M. Hambly, University of Oxford
  • Volume 6, 2001 - Articles
    Pitman's 2M-X Theorem for Skip-Free Random Walks with Markovian Increments
    Abstract


Alan Hammond, U.C. Berkeley, USA

Kenji Handa, Saga University

Keisuke Hara
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Finite dimensional determinants as characteristic functions of quadratic Wiener functionals
    Abstract


LUSCHGY Harald, Univ. Trier

Hugo Harari-Kermadec, ENS-Cachan

John W Harris, University of Bristol

Simon C Harris, University of Bath

Enkelejd Hashorva, University of Bern, Switzerland

Martin V. Hildebrand, University at Albany, SUNY

Tim Hobson, University of Warwick, UK
  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    On the Duality between Coalescing Brownian Particles and the Heat Equation Driven by Fisher-Wright Noise
    Abstract


Katrin Hofmann-Credner, Ruhr University Bochum
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Wigner theorems for random matrices with dependent entries: Ensembles associated to symmetric spaces and sample covariance matrices
    Abstract


Mark P Holmes, University of Auckland

Alexander E. Holroyd, University of California, Berkeley

Gerard Hooghiemstra, Technical University Delft

Elton P. Hsu, Northwestern University
  • Volume 2, 1997 - Articles
    Martingale Representation and a Simple Proof of Logarithmic Sobolev Inequalities on Path Spaces
    Abstract


Ying Hu, Université Rennes 1
  • Volume 5, 2000 - Articles
    A Converse Comparison Theorem for BSDEs and Related Properties of g-Expectation
    Abstract


Yueyun Hu, Universite Paris VI

Wei Huang
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    A note on the invariance principle of the product of sums of random variables
    Abstract


Wilfried Huss, Graz University of Technology

Martin Hutzenthaler, Universität Frankfurt, Germany
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF SOME DUALITY RELATIONS IN STOCHASTIC POPULATION MODELS
    Abstract


Olle Häggström, Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology

I
Alex Iksanov, National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    A probabilistic proof of a weak limit law for the number of cuts needed to isolate the root of a random recursive tree
    Abstract


Jacques Istas, Université Pierre Mendčs-France

J
Antal A J&aacure;rai, Carleton University, Canada
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    A Bound for the Distribution of the Hitting Time of Arbitrary Sets by Random Walk
    Abstract


Peter Jagers, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    General branching processes conditioned on extinction are still branching processes
    Abstract


Svante Janson, Uppsala University

Kalvis M. Jansons, University College London
  • Volume 2, 1997 - Articles
    The Distribution of Time Spent by a Standard Excursion Above a Given Level, with Applications to Ring Polymers near a Discontinuity in Potential
    Abstract

  • Volume 1, 1996 - Articles
    Excursions Into a New Duality Relation for Diffusion Processes
    Abstract


Antal A. Jarai, Carleton University

Le Gall Jean-Francois, Ecole normale superieure de Paris

Hui Jiang
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Deviation inequalities and moderate deviations for estimators of parameters in an Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process with linear drift
    Abstract


Thomas Jyh-Ming Jiang, National Chengchi University
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Distribution of a random functional of a Ferguson-Dirichlet process over the unit sphere
    Abstract


Johan Jonasson, Chalmers University of Technology

Céline Jost, University of Helsinki
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    A note on ergodic transformations of self-similar Volterra Gaussian processes
    Abstract


K
Wolfgang König, BRIMS, HP Labs
  • Volume 6, 2001 - Articles
    Eigenvalues of the Laguerre Process as Non-Colliding Squared Bessel Processes
    Abstract


Zakhar Kabluchko, Goettingen University

Wouter Kager, VU University

Jeff Kahn, Rutgers University, USA

Ingemar Kaj, Uppsala University

Min Kang, Northwestern University

Vladislav Kargin, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Haya Kaspi, Technion Institute

Makoto Katori, Chuo university

Conall Kelly, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Oscillation and Non-oscillation in Solutions of Nonlinear Stochastic Delay Differential Equations
    Abstract


Wilfrid S. Kendall, University of Warwick

David Kessler, Bar-Ilan University

Harry Kesten, Cornell University
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    A Bound for the Distribution of the Hitting Time of Arbitrary Sets by Random Walk
    Abstract


Harry Kesten, Cornell University

Tämur Ali Khan, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität, Germany

Davar Khoshnevisan, University of Utah

Rüdiger Kiesel, University of London
  • Volume 2, 1997 - Articles
    Strong Laws and Summability for Sequences of $phi$-Mixing Random Variables in Banach Spaces
    Abstract


Peter Kink, Faculty for Computer and Information Sciences, University of Ljubljana

Fima Klebaner, University Melbourne

Arturo Kohatsu-Higa, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Computation of Greeks for Barrier and Lookback Options Using Malliavin Calculus
    Abstract


Vladimir Koltchinskii, The University of New Mexico

Hitoshi Kondo, Department of Mathematics, Keio University

George Kordzakhia, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Yevgeniy Kovchegov, UCLA Mathematics Department, USA

Yevgeniy V Kovchegov, Oregon State University

Michael J Kozdron, University of Regina

Marina Kozlova, Abo Akademi University, Finland

Gady Kozma, The Weizmann Institute of Science

Maxim Krikun, IECN, Universite Nancy 1

Manjunath R Krishnapur, University of California, Berkeley
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Recurrent Graphs where Two Independent Random Walks Collide Finitely Often
    Abstract


Christof Kuelske, University of Groningen
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    A simple fluctuation lower bound for a disordered massless random continuous spin model in d=2
    Abstract


Kun-Lin Kuo, National Chengchi University
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Distribution of a random functional of a Ferguson-Dirichlet process over the unit sphere
    Abstract


Kazumasa Kuwada, Ochanomizu University

Sergei E. Kuznetsov, University of Colorado at Boulder

S. Kwapien, Warsaw University

Christoph Kühn, University of Frankfurt

Andreas Eou Kyprianou, Heriot-Watt University

Holger Kösters, University of Bielefeld
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    On the Second-Order Correlation Function of the Characteristic Polynomial of a Real Symmetric Wigner Matrix
    Abstract


L
Céline Labart, INRIA Paris Rocquencourt
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Sharp estimates for the convergence of the density of the Euler scheme in small time
    Abstract


Andreas Nordvall Lagerĺs, Department of Mathematics, Stockholm University

Steven P Lalley, University of Chicago

Steven P. Lalley, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago

Rafal Latala, University of Warsaw

Stephan Lawi, .

Gregory F. Lawler, Duke University

Arnaud Le Ny, Université Paris Sud

Thanh Le Van, Department of Mathematics
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    On the strong law of large numbers for d-dimensional arrays of random variables
    Abstract


Michel Ledoux, Universite Paul-Sabatier
  • Volume 2, 1997 - Articles
    Martingale Representation and a Simple Proof of Logarithmic Sobolev Inequalities on Path Spaces
    Abstract


Christoph Leuenberger

Shlomo Levental, Michigan State University, USA

David A. Levin, University of Oregon, USA

Thomas M. Lewis, Furman University

Wenbo V. Li, University of Delaware
  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    A Gaussian Correlation Inequality and its Applications to Small Ball Probabilities
    Abstract


Zenghu Li, Beijing Normal University

Ming Liao, Auburn University, USA

Vlada Limic, Cornell University

Fuming Lin
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    An Almost Sure Limit Theorem For the Maxima of Strongly Dependent Gaussian Sequences
    Abstract


Zheng-Yan Lin, Zhejiang University
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Some LIL type results on the partial sums and trimmed sums with multidimensional indices
    Abstract


Torgny Lindvall, Chalmers and GU

Robert Liptser, Tel Aviv University

Wei-Dong Liu, Zhejiang University
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Some LIL type results on the partial sums and trimmed sums with multidimensional indices
    Abstract


Carlangelo Liverani, Universito of Rome 2

Jaime A. Londono, Universidad EAFIT

Francisco Marcos Lopez-Garcia, Instituto de Matematicas, UNAM

Pierre-Yves Louis, Technische Universitat Berlin
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Ergodicity of PCA: Equivalence between Spatial and Temporal Mixing Conditions
    Abstract


Gàbor Lugosi, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

Dümbgen Lutz

M
Jean Mémin, Université Rennes 1

Tobias M¨ller, Tel Aviv University

Jan Maas, TU Delft

Motoya Machida, Tennessee Technological University
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    Fill's Algorithm for Absolutely Continuous Stochastically Monotone Kernels
    Abstract


Mokshay M Madiman, Yale University

Makoto Maejima, Keio University

Peter Major, Alfred Renyi Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Oleg V Makhnin, New Mexico Tech
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Filtering and parameter estimation for a jump stochastic process with discrete observations
    Abstract


Avi Mandelbaum, Technion Institute

Martynas Manstavicius, University of Connecticut, USA

Philippe Marchal, Université Paris 6

Michael B. Marcus, The City College of CUNY

Domenico Marinucci, Universita di Roma
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    On the characterization of isotropic Gaussian fields on homogeneous spaces of compact groups
    Abstract


James B Martin, Department of Statistics, University of Oxford

James B. Martin, Cambridge University
  • Volume 6, 2001 - Articles
    Pitman's 2M-X Theorem for Skip-Free Random Walks with Markovian Increments
    Abstract


Merle Mathieu, UBC Vancouver

Hiroyuki Matsumoto, Nagoya University
  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    Some Changes of Probabilities Related to a Geometric Brownian Motion Version of Pitman's 2M-X Theorem
    Abstract


Krishanu Maulik, Indian Statistical Institute

Ross S McVinish, Queensland University of Technology

Elizabeth S Meckes, Case Western Reserve University

Mark W Meckes, Case Western Reserve University

Shahar Mendelson, The Australian National University

Grégory Miermont, Fondation des Sciences Mathématiques de Paris

Toshio Mikami, Hokkaido University
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    Optimal Control for Absolutely Continuous Stochastic Processes and the Mass Transportation Problem
    Abstract


Stanislav Molchanov, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Ravi Montenegro, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Sharp edge, vertex, and mixed Cheeger type inequalities for finite Markov kernels
    Abstract


Francesco Morandin, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy

Tamás F. Móri, Department of Probability Theory and Statistics, Eötvös Loránd University

J. Moriarty, University of Manchester
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Reflected Brownian motion in a wedge: sum-of-exponential stationary densities
    Abstract


Ben Morris, UC Davis

Carl E Mueller, University of Rochester
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    A connection between the stochastic heat equation and fractional Brownian motion, and a simple proof of a result of Talagrand
    Abstract


Axel Munk, Goettingen University

Sebastian Müller, Technische Universität Graz

Martin Möhle, University of Tübingen
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    A probabilistic proof of a weak limit law for the number of cuts needed to isolate the root of a random recursive tree
    Abstract


N
Eisenbaum Nathalie, CNRS

Jan van Neerven, Technical University of Delft
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    Invariant measures for stochastic Cauchy problems with asymptotically unstable drift semigroup
    Abstract


Ralph Neininger, Universität Freiburg

Fournier Nicolas, Paris 12

saintier nicolas, University of Buenos Aires
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    A general stochastic target problem with jump diffusion and an application to a hedging problem for large investors
    Abstract


Ivan Nourdin, Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modčles Aléatoires
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Error bounds on the non-normal approximation of Hermite power variations of fractional Brownian motion
    Abstract

  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Dynamical properties and characterization of gradient drift diffusions
    Abstract


David Nualart, Kansas University

O
Neil O'Connell, BRIMS, HP Labs

Tamer F Oraby, University of Cincinnati

Enza Orlandi, Universita di Roma Tre
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    A simple fluctuation lower bound for a disordered massless random continuous spin model in d=2
    Abstract


Adam Osekowski, University of Warsaw

Youssef Ouknine, Universite Cadi Ayyad

P
Soumik Pal, Cornell University

Zhidong Pan, Saginaw Valley State University

Dmitriy Panchenko, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Juan Carlos Pardo, Department of mathematical science
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    On the rate of growth of Lévy processes with no positive jumps conditioned to stay positive
    Abstract


Pierre Patie, IMSV - University of Bern
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Two-sided exit problem for a Spectrally Negative α-Stable Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Process and the Wright's generalized hypergeometric functions
    Abstract


Giovanni Peccati, Université Paris VI

Sandrine Peche, Institut Fourier, Grenoble, France
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    On the lower bound of the spectral norm of symmetric random matrices with independent entries
    Abstract


Shige Peng, Shandong University
  • Volume 5, 2000 - Articles
    A Converse Comparison Theorem for BSDEs and Related Properties of g-Expectation
    Abstract


Yuval Peres, University of California, Berkeley

Victor Perez Abreu, CIMAT

Goran Peskir, The University of Manchester
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    The Law of the Hitting Times to Points by a Stable Lévy Process with No Negative Jumps
    Abstract


Gabor Pete, Microsoft Research
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A note on percolation on Zd: isoperimetric profile via exponential cluster repulsion
    Abstract


Ian F. Pilizzotto, University of Michigan, USA

leandro pimentel, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

Jim Pitman, University of California, Berkeley

Jim Pitman, University of California - Berkeley

Serguei Popov, Universidade de São Paulo

Gustavo Posta, Politecnico di Milano

Geoffrey Pritchard, University of Auckland

Nicolas Privault, City University of Hong Kong
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Moment identities for Skorohod integrals on the Wiener space and applications
    Abstract


Emily E. Puckette, Occidental College

M. Pycia, Warsaw University

R
Alejandro Ramirez, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

Raj Rao, MIT
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Multiplication of free random variables and the S-transform: the case of vanishing mean
    Abstract


Firas Rassoul--Agha, Ohio State University, USA
  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    On the Zero-One Law and the Law of Large Numbers for Random Walk in Mixing Random Environment
    Abstract


Krishnamurthi Ravishankar, SUNY, College at New Paltz
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Microscopic structure of a decreasing shock for the asymmetric $k$-step exclusion process
    Abstract


Grzegorz Rempala, University of Louisville

Paul Ressel, Katholische Universität Eichstätt

David Revelle, UC Berkeley

L. A. Rincon, University of Wales Swansea

Gareth O. Roberts, University of Cambridge

Sébastien Roch, UC Berkeley

Alexander Roitershtein, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    A Log-scale Limit Theorem for One-dimensional Random Walks in Random Environments
    Abstract


Dmitry B. Rokhlin, Rostov State University

Leonardo T. Rolla, Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada

Silke W.W. Rolles, Technical University of Munich
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Uniqueness of the mixing measure for a random walk in a random environment on the positive integers
    Abstract


Dan Romik, University of California, Berkeley

Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, University of Toronto

Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, University of Toronto

Jan Rosinski, University of Tennessee
  • Volume 6, 2001 - Articles
    L1-Norm of Infinitely Divisible Random Vectors and Certain Stochastic Integrals
    Abstract


Raphaël Rossignol, Université Paris 11, France

Ludger Rueschendorf, Mathematical Stochastics

Paulo R. C. Ruffino, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

Michal Ryznar, Wroclaw University of Technology

S
Ellen Saada, CNRS Rouen
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Microscopic structure of a decreasing shock for the asymmetric $k$-step exclusion process
    Abstract


Christophe Sabot, Université de Lyon 1

Serik Sagitov, Chalmers University of Technology

Noriyosi Sakuma, Keio University

{Habib Salehi, Michigan State University, USA

Paavo Salminen, Abo Akademi University, Finland

Ken-iti Sato, none

W. Schachermayer, University of Vienna

Michael Scheutzow, Technische Universität Berlin

Jeremy Schiff, Bar-Ilan University

Eva-Maria Schopp, Mathematical Stochastics

Oded Schramm, Microsoft Research

Jason Schweinsberg, University of California, Berkeley
  • Volume 5, 2000 - Articles
    A Necessary and Sufficient Condition for the Lambda-Coalescent to Come Down from Infinity.
    Abstract


Arnab Sen, University of California, Berkeley
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Spectral norm of random large dimensional noncentral Toeplitz and Hankel matrices
    Abstract


Steven J. Sepanski, Saginaw Valley State University

Qi-Man Shao, Hong Kong University of Sceince and Technology

Scott Roger Sheffield, Microsoft Research

Yuan-Chung Sheu, Department of Applied Mathematics, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Zhan Shi, Université Paris VI
  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    Capacity Estimates, Boundary Crossings and the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Process in Wiener Space
    Abstract


Tokuzo Shiga, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Vladas Sidoravicius Sidoravicius, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro

Thomas Simon, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

Gordon Slade, University of British Columbia

Joan Smythe, Indiana University, USA

Renming Song, University of Illinois, Urbana
  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Sharp Bounds for Green and Jumping Functions of Subordinate Killed Brownian Motions
    Abstract


Alexander Soshnikov, University of California at Davis, USA
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    On the lower bound of the spectral norm of symmetric random matrices with independent entries
    Abstract

  • Volume 9, 2004 - Articles
    Poisson Statistics for the Largest Eigenvalues of Wigner Random Matrices with Heavy Tails
    Abstract


Florin Soucaliuc, Université Paris-Sud

Dario Spano`, Department of Statistics, University of Warwick

Dan J. Spitzner, Department of Statistics (0439), Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Asymptotic variance of functionals of discrete-time Markov chains via the Drazin inverse.
    Abstract


marcus c spruill, Georgia Institute of Technology

Jeffrey E. Steif, Chalmers University of Technology

David Steinsaltz, University of California, Berkeley

orjan stenflo, Uppsala University
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Perfect sampling from the limit of deterministic products of stochastic matrices
    Abstract


Michael Stolz, Ruhr University Bochum
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    Wigner theorems for random matrices with dependent entries: Ensembles associated to symmetric spaces and sample covariance matrices
    Abstract


Maximilian Stroh, University of Frankfurt

Anja Sturm, University of Delaware

Karl-Theodor Sturm, Institute for applied mathematics, University of Bonn

Aidan Sudbury, Monash University

Jan M. Swart, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Jan M. Swart, UTIA AV CR

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Anna Talarczyk, Institute of Mathematics, University of Warsaw
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    Some Extensions of Fractional Brownian Motion and Sub-Fractional Brownian Motion Related to Particle Systems
    Abstract


Hideki Tanemura, Chiba university
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Noncolliding Brownian motions and Harish-Chandra formula
    Abstract

  • Volume 2, 1997 - Articles
    Martingale Representation and a Simple Proof of Logarithmic Sobolev Inequalities on Path Spaces
    Abstract


Setsuo Taniguchi, Kyushu University
  • Volume 11, 2006 - Articles
    On the Quadratic Wiener Functional Associated with the Malliavin Derivative of the Square Norm of Brownian Sample Path on Interval
    Abstract


Augusto Q. Teixeira, Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada

András Telcs, International Business School Budapest

Revaz NIkoloz Tevzadze

Anton Thalmaier, University of Bonn

Adam Timar, Indiana University

Craig A Tracy, University of California, Davis

R. Tribe, University of Warwick
  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    On the Duality between Coalescing Brownian Particles and the Heat Equation Driven by Fisher-Wright Noise
    Abstract


Boris Tsirelson, Tel Aviv University

Luciano Tubaro, Dept. Mathematics- University of Trento

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Toshihiro Uemura, University of Hyogo

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Marina Vachkovskaia, Universidade de Campinas, Brasil

Sreekar Vadlamani, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Balint Vagvolgyi, Vrije Universiteit

Remco van der Hofstad, Eindhoven University of Technology

Remco W van der Hofstad, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Ramon Van Handel, Princeton University

J.S.H. VAN LEEUWAARDEN, Eindhoven University of Technology and EURANDOM
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    Equidistant sampling for the maximum of a Brownian motion with drift on a finite horizon
    Abstract


Veeravalli S Varadarajan, University of California Los Angeles
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    On the characterization of isotropic Gaussian fields on homogeneous spaces of compact groups
    Abstract


Mark Christiaan Veraar, TU Delft

Le Prince Vincent
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    A relation between dimension of the harmonic measure, entropy and drift for a random walk on a hyperbolic space
    Abstract


Bálint Virág, MIT

Zoran Vondracek, University of Zagreb
  • Volume 13, 2008 - Articles
    On the relationship between subordinate killed and killed subordinate processes
    Abstract


Vladimir Vovk, Royal Holloway, University of London

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Alexander Walsh, LPMA, Université Paris 6

Hao Wang, University of Oregon
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    State Classification for a Class of Interacting Superprocesses with Location Dependent Branching
    Abstract


Jian Wang, School of Mathematics and Computer Science, Fujian Normal University

Longmin Wang, Nankai University, P. R. China

Jon Warren, University of Warwick
  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    On a Result of David Aldous Concerning the Trees in a Conditioned Excursion
    Abstract


Ananda P. Weerasinghe, Iowa State University

Nicholas Weininger, Rutgers University
  • Volume 8, 2003 - Articles
    Positive correlation for increasing events with disjoint dependencies does not imply positive correlation for all increasing events
    Abstract


Wendelin Werner, Université Paris-Sud and IUF

Jacek Wesolowski, Politechnika Warszawska

David White, University of Washington

Harold Widom, University of California, Santa Cruz

Stephen J. Wills, University of Nottingham

David Bruce Wilson, Microsoft Research

David Windisch, ETH Zurich

Liming Wu, Wuhan University

Zhixin Wu, DePauw University
  • Volume 14, 2009 - Articles
    A connection between the stochastic heat equation and fractional Brownian motion, and a simple proof of a result of Talagrand
    Abstract


Johan Wästlund, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden

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Jie Xiong, University of Tennessee

Jie Xiong, University of Tennessee

Lin Xu, Princeton University

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Ariel Yadin, Weizmann Institute

Ming Yang, Columbia University

Ming Yang, Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois

Lihua Yao, CTB-McGraw-Hill

Nian Yao, Wuhan University

Marc Yor, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    A Representation for Non-Colliding Random Walks
    Abstract

  • Volume 6, 2001 - Articles
    On Subordinators, Self-Similar Markov Processes and Some Factorizations of the Exponential Variable
    Abstract

  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    Some Changes of Probabilities Related to a Geometric Brownian Motion Version of Pitman's 2M-X Theorem
    Abstract


Marc Yor, Universit'e Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

Joseph Elliott Yukich, Lehigh University

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Noureddine Lanjri Zaďdi, Université Ibn Tofaďl, Kénitra, Maroc

Tomasz Zak, Wroclaw University of Technology

Ingrid-Mona Zamfirescu, City University of New York, USA

Harry van Zanten, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

0fer Zeitouni, Technion

Ofer Zeitouni, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
  • Volume 1, 1996 - Articles
    Transportation Approach to Some Concentration Inequalities in Product Spaces
    Abstract


Martin P. W. Zerner, Stanford University
  • Volume 7, 2002 - Articles
    A Non-Ballistic Law of Large Numbers for Random Walks in I.I.D. Random Environment
    Abstract


Martin P.W. Zerner, University of Tuebingen

Li-Xin Zhang, Zhejiang University
  • Volume 12, 2007 - Articles
    A note on the invariance principle of the product of sums of random variables
    Abstract


Xiaowen Zhou, University of California at Berkeley
  • Volume 4, 1999 - Articles
    Identifiability of Exchangeable Sequences with Identically Distributed Partial Sums
    Abstract


Joel Zinn, Texas A&M University
  • Volume 10, 2005 - Articles
    Acknowledgment of Priority: When Does a Randomly Weighted Self-normalized Sum Converge in Distribution?     (Elect. Comm. in Probab. 10 (2005), 70--81)
    Abstract







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