Fundamentals of Finslerian Diffusion with Applications

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The erratic motion of pollen grains and other tiny particles suspended in liquid is known as Brownian motion, after its discoverer, Robert Brown, a botanist who worked in 1828, in London. He turned over the problem of why this motion occurred to physicists who were investigating kinetic theory and thermodynamics; at a time when the existence of molecules had yet to be established. In 1900, Henri Poincare lectured on this topic to the 1900 International Congress of Physicists, in Paris [Wic95]. At this time, Louis Bachelier, ...

Fundamentals of Finslerian Diffusion with Applications 2012, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789401060233

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Fundamentals of Finslerian Diffusion with Applications 1998, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

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