Fast sets and points for fractional brownian motion

Davar Khoshnevisan; Zhan Shi

Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg (2000)

  • Volume: 34, page 393-416

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Khoshnevisan, Davar, and Shi, Zhan. "Fast sets and points for fractional brownian motion." Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg 34 (2000): 393-416. <>.

author = {Khoshnevisan, Davar, Shi, Zhan},
journal = {Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg},
keywords = {fast point; fast set; Hausdorff dimension},
language = {eng},
pages = {393-416},
publisher = {Springer - Lecture Notes in Mathematics},
title = {Fast sets and points for fractional brownian motion},
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volume = {34},
year = {2000},

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AU - Shi, Zhan
TI - Fast sets and points for fractional brownian motion
JO - Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg
PY - 2000
PB - Springer - Lecture Notes in Mathematics
VL - 34
SP - 393
EP - 416
LA - eng
KW - fast point; fast set; Hausdorff dimension
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