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[en] We derive the moments of the first passage time for Brownian motion conditioned by either the maximum value or the area swept out by the motion. These quantities are the natural counterparts to the moments of the maximum value and area of Brownian excursions of fixed duration, which we also derive for completeness within the same mathematical framework. Various applications are indicated. (paper)
[en] We present new algorithms for simulation of fractional Brownian motion (fBm) which comprises a set of important random functions widely used in geophysical and physical modeling, fractal image (landscape) simulating, and signal processing. The new algorithms, which are both accurate and efficient, allow us to generate not only a one-dimensional fBm process, but also two- and three-dimensional fBm fields. 23 refs., 3 figs
[en] We prove that for critical (spread-out) lattice trees in dimensions , the unique paths from the origin to vertices of large tree distance converge to Brownian motion. This provides an important ingredient for proving weak convergence of the corresponding historical processes. (paper)
[en] An exact expression for the distribution of the area swept out by a drifted Brownian motion till its first-passage time is derived. A study of the asymptotic behaviour confirms earlier conjectures and clarifies their range of validity. The analysis leads to a simple closed-form solution for the moments of the Airy distribution. (fast track communication)
[en] By using stochastic analysis, fractional analysis, compact semigroups and the Schauder fixed-point theorem, we discuss the approximate boundary controllability of a nonlocal Hilfer fractional stochastic differential system with fractional Brownian motion and a Poisson jump. In addition, we establish the sufficient conditions for exact null controllability for the same problem. Finally, an example is given to illustrate the results obtained.