Small Deviations for Stochastic Processes
and Related Topics
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|Oberwolfach Workshop (Oct. 2003)|
|St. Petersburg Conference (Sept. 2005)|
|AIMath workshop "Small ball inequalities" (Dec. 2008)|
|Vilnius conference special session "Small ball probabilities" (June 2010)|
|NSF/CBMS conference "Small deviation probabilities" at UAHuntsville (June 2012)|
This site is devoted to the study of various small value problems in mathematics. Special interest is paid to evaluating small deviation probabilities for stochastic processes and their relationships with metric entropy for operators, as well as applications in - but by no means limited to - functional analysis, random graphs, discrepency theory, geometry in Banach spaces, wavelet decompositions, fractal geometry, quantization, coding theory.
The site originates from a Mini-Workshop on "Small deviation problems for stochastic processes and related topics", which was held in Oberwolfach (Germany), October 12-18, 2003.
The second conference, "Small deviation probabilities and related topics", took place at the Euler International Mathematical Institute (St. Petersburg, Russia), September 12-19, 2005.
American Institute of Mathematics (Palo Alto, California, USA) hosted a workshop "Small ball inequalities in analysis, probability, and irregularities of distribution", December 8-12, 2008.
Special session "Small ball probabilities" at the 10th Vilnius Conference on Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, from June 28 to July 2, 2010.
A series of lectures were delivered by Wenbo Li at the "NSF/CBMS conference on Small deviation probabilities" in the University of Alabama at Huntsville (USA), June 4-8, 2012.
Site frequently updated.
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