In the chapter that follows we will provide a reasonably systematic introduction to stochastic processes; we start, however, here by considering a particular stochastic process that is of particular importance both in the theory and in the applications.
KeywordsBrownian Motion Heat Equation Erential Equation Langevin Equation Gaussian Variable
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