[Probability] Seminar Statistical Mechanics/Applied probability by Tobias Kuna
S.Adams at warwick.ac.uk
Mon Oct 26 09:56:45 GMT 2009
our Statistical Mechanics seminar this week Thursday, 29th October, 3pm,
in room B3.03 by
Tobias Kuna (Reading)
Title: Realizability as an infinite dimensional non-linear moment
Abstract: Correlation functions are important characteristics of
systems of infinite many indistinguishable particles, namely spatial
point processes. Realizability is the inverse problem to the usual
approach in statistical mechanics, more precisely, one tries to
derive the interaction between the particles from the correlation
functions instead vice versa. In an abstract perspective this is an
infinite dimensional instance of a truncated moment problem. The
particularity and the difficulty of this type of moment problems is
discussed and the role of topology and compactness is highlighted. An
outlook to further development is given.
Please forward this announcement to anybody who might be interested.
Our seminar schedule can be found at
PS: We shall go for dinner on campus Thursday evening. Everybody is
welcome, further arrangements will be made after the talk.
Dr. Stefan Adams
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
Phone: +44 (0) 24 7652 3571
Email: S.Adams at warwick.ac.uk
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