Random Perturbations of Dynamical Systems

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Asymptotical problems have always played an important role in probability theory. In classical probability theory dealing mainly with sequences of independent variables, theorems of the type of laws of large numbers, theorems of the type of the central limit theorem, and theorems on large deviations constitute a major part of all investigations. In recent years, when random processes have become the main subject of study, asymptotic investigations have continued to playa major role. We can say that in the theory of random processes such investigations play an even greater role than in classical probability theory, because it is apparently impossible to obtain simple exact formulas in problems connected with large classes of random processes. Asymptotical investigations in the theory of random processes include results of the types of both the laws of large numbers and the central limit theorem and, in the past decade, theorems on large deviations. Of course, all these problems have acquired new aspects and new interpretations in the theory of random processes.
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Dem Buch liegen Vorlesungen über die Theorie zufälliger Prozesse zugrunde, die vom Autor im Jahre 1969 für Studenten des III. und IV. Kurses der Mechanisch Mathematischen Fakultät an der Moskauer Staatlichen Universität gehalten worden sind. Diese Lektionen wurden als Rotaprints herausgegeben (A. D. WENTZELL, Zu fällige Prozesse (Vorlesungen für Studenten des III. Kurses), Moskau 1969; Zufällige Prozesse (Vorlesungen für Studenten des IV. Kurses), Moskau 1970) und danach bedeutend überarbeitet. Das Interesse am Studium der Theorie zufälliger Prozesse ist weit verbreitet, und offensichtlich bedarf es hier keiner Erläuterung, welche Bedeutung dieses Gebiet der "Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie hat und wie viele Anwendungen es besitzt. Der Autor sieht sein Ziel nicht darin, die Sätze in einer möglichst vollendeten Form zu formulieren und zu beweisen, sondern den Leser mit dem Wesen der benutzten Methoden an - nach Möglichkeit - einfachem Material vertraut zu machen. Im Zusammenhang damit enthält das Buch nicht sehr viele bedeutende Sätze, aber eine ganze Reihe kleinerer Aussagen (einen Teil hiervon in Form von Aufgaben). Obgleich zwischen den Sätzen und Aussagen keine vollkommen scharfe Grenze besteht, hält der Autor die Benutzung des Begriffes der Aussage für prinzipiell wichtig. Wer irgend ein Gebiet der Mathematik beherrschen will, muß sich eine große Zahl solcher Aus sagen überlegen; von ihnen sind 60% leicht zu beweisen, 30% erweisen sich als un richtig und leicht zu widerlegen, aber sich die verbleibenden 10% klarzumachen, ist schwieriger - aus ihnen kann man dann auch echte Sätze erhalten.
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