Mean Intrinsic Volumes
In the preceding two chapters we devoted a considerable amount of energy to computing the mean Euler characteristics of the excursion sets of smooth Gaussian fields. However, we know from both Chapters 6 and 7 that the Euler characteristic is but one of the family of geometric quantifiers known as the Lipschitz–Killing curvatures.
KeywordsEuler Characteristic Morse Theory Random Subspace Intrinsic Volume Killing Curvature
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