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#### 2-D Brownian motion in a system of reflecting barriers: effective diffusivity by a sampling method

(Institute of Physics, 1994-02-07)

We study two-dimensional Brownian motion in an ordered periodic system of linear reflecting barriers using the sampling method and conformal transformations. We calculate the effective diffusivity for the Brownian particle. When the periods are fixed but the length of the barrier goes to zero, the effective diffusivity in ...

#### Iterated law of iterated logarithm

(Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 1995-10)

Suppose [epsilon] [is a member of the set] [0, 1) and let theta [subscipt epsilon] (t) = (1 − [epsilon]) [square root of] (2tln [subscript] 2 t). Let L [to the power of epsilon] [subscript] t denote the amount of local time spent by Brownian motion on the curve [theta subscript epsilon] (s) before time t. If [epsilon] > 0 ...

#### The supremum of Brownian local times on Holder curves

(Elsevier, 2001-11)

For f : [maps the set] [0, 1] [into the set of real numbers] R, we consider L ([to the power of] f [subscript] t), the local time of spacetime
Brownian motion on the curve f. Let S [subscript alpha] be the class of all functions whose Holder norm of order [alpha] is less than or equal to 1. We show that the supremum of L ...

#### A probabilistic proof of the boundary Harnack principle

(Birkhauser Boston, Inc., 1990)

The main purpose of this paper is to give a probabilistic proof of Theorem 1.1, one using elementary properties of Brownian motion. We also obtain the fact that the Martin boundary equals the Euclidean boundary as an easy corollary of Theorem 1.1. The boundary Harnack principle may be viewed as a Harnack inequality for ...

#### Eigenvalue expansions for Brownian motion with an application to occupation times

(Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 1996-01-31)

Let B be a Borel subset of R [to the power of] d with finite volume. We give an eigenvalue expansion for the transition densities of Brownian motion killed on exiting B. Let A [subscript] 1 be the time spent by Brownian motion in a closed cone with vertex 0 until time one. We show that lim [subscript] u [approaching] 0 log P ...

#### The heat equation in time dependent domains with insulated boundaries

(Academic Press (Elsevier), 2004-10)

The paper studies, among other things, two types of possible singularities of the solution to the heat equation at the boundary of a moving domain. Several explicit results on "heat atoms" and "heat singularities" are given.

#### Geometric Properties of 2-dimensional Brownian Paths

(Springer-Verlag GmbH, 1989)

Let A be the set of all points of the plane C, visited by two-dimensional Brownian motion before time 1. With probability 1, all points of A are "twist points" except a set of harmonic measure zero. "Twist points" may be continuously approached in [the set that contains all those elements of complex numbers that are not in] ...

#### On Brownian Excursions in Lipschitz Domains. Part II: Local Asymptotic Distributions

(Birkhäuser Boston, Inc., 1989)

In this paper, we continue the study initiated in Burdzy and Williams (1986) of the local properties of Brownian excursions in Lipschitz domains.
The focus in part I was on local path properties of such excursions. In particular, a necessary and sufficient condition was given for Brownian excursions in a Lipschitz domain to ...

#### Minimal Fine Derivatives and Brownian Excursions

(Nagoya University, 1990-09)

Let f be an analytic function defined on D [is a subset of] [complex numbers] C. If [the derivative of the function f at the point x] has a limit
when [the set] x [into the set] z [is an element of the set partial derivative] D in the minimal fine topology then the limit will be called a minimal fine derivative. Several ...

#### No triple point of planar Brownian motion is accessible

(Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 1996-01)

We show that the boundary of a connected component of the complement of a planar Brownian path on a fixed time-interval contains almost surely no triple point of this Brownian path.