**Lectures on Stochastic Flows and Applications**

by H. Kunita

**Publisher**: Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research 1986**ISBN/ASIN**: 3540177752**ISBN-13**: 9783540177753**Number of pages**: 130

**Description**:

The author presents basic properties of stochastic flows, specially of Brownian flows. Their relations with local characteristics and with stochastic differential equations are central problems. In the second part, as an application of the first part, various limit theorems for stochastic flows are presented.

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