19208111 Masterseminar Stochastics "Universality in Probability Theory"
- FU-Students only need to register via Campus Management.
- Non-FU-students are required to register via MyCampus/Whiteboard.
Winter Term 2023/2024
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Nicolas Perkowski
- Time and place: Wednesdays, 12--14h, SR 007/008, Arnimallee 6
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Prerequisites: Stochastics I und II.
Target group: BMS students, Master students and advanced Bachelor students.
Contents: Universality is one of the most fascinating phenomena in probability theory. It refers to the fact that many different stochastic systems show similar macroscopic behavior, regardless of their precise microscopic structure. The most famous example is the universal occurrence of the normal distribution in many real-life variables, which can be rigorously explained by the central limit theorem. This seminar will delve into various aspects of universality in many different contexts.
|18.10.||preliminary discussion||Nicolas Perkowski|
|01.11.||organizational aspects||Nicolas Perkowski|
|15.11.||Donsker's theorem and the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test||Viktorie Volejnikova|
|22.11.||The Erdös-Kac theorem: central limit theorem for the number of prime factors of a random integer||Felix Kamphues|
|29.11.||Stein's method and rate of convergence in the central limit theorem||Maxim Blum|
|06.12.||Central limit theorem for deterministic dynamical systems||Arash Roostaei|
Literature will be announced in the seminar.