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By Jean Bertoin (auth.), Alejandro Maass, Servet Martínez, Jaime San Martín (eds.)

This ebook comprises the lectures given on the moment convention on Dynamics and Randomness held on the Centro de Modelamiento Matem?tico of the Universidad de Chile, from December 9-13, 2003. This assembly introduced jointly mathematicians, theoretical physicists, theoretical desktop scientists, and graduate scholars attracted to fields with regards to likelihood concept, ergodic conception, symbolic and topological dynamics. The classes have been on:
-Some points of Random Fragmentations in non-stop instances;
-Metastability of ageing in Stochastic Dynamics;
-Algebraic structures of producing features and go back percentages for Random Walks;
-Recurrent Measures and degree tension;
-Stochastic Particle Approximations for Two-Dimensional Navier Stokes Equations; and
-Random and common Metric Spaces.

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44 ANTON BOVIER So far, we have no general rule for how to proceed in such situations. In the case of diffusion processes, it has turned out that general elliptic regularity theory (based on Harnack and HOlder inequalities) alIows to obtain alI desired results by replacing points with suitable E-dependent balIs around points. The details can be found in [10, 11], and we wiU not go into these problems. A second method proved useful in the context of certain mean field spin systems and was successfully used in [8, 1] is "lumping" [40].

8) can be derived directly in the context of the lumped chain. Thus, the study of the metastability problem in the high-dimensional Curie-Weiss model can be reduced readily to the study of a one-dimensional discrete problem. The Curie-Weiss model is a particularly simple incident of the lumping technique. In general, if we are given some map m, the process m(t) = m(x(t)) will not be a Markov chain. 9). In the context of spin systems when r = {-1, l}N (and similar constructions work when { -1, 1} is replaced by a general finite set), there is a natural class of such maps that proof often helpful.

Iii) The clcments of 1 are mapped onto corners of [-1, 1] d: for all (j E 1 mI(O") = (O"il' ••• , O"ik ... , O"i d ), for any choice of indices inf 110" ryEI\a X == mI(O") and I == mI(I). Then iv) Let O" E SN be such that - 17112 2: JfN ik E Ak(I) E > o. 1. Assertions i), ii), and iii) result from elementary observations. 14) Yk (Yk - Xk). 13). t. 17) ANTON BOVIER 50 To mN,d(I) we associate an undirected graph, Q(mN,d(I)) (V(mN,d(I)), E(mN,d(I))), with set of vertices V(mN,d(I)) = mN,d(I) and set of edges: E(mN,d(I)) = {(x, x') E mN,d(I) !

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