Growth of the Brownian Forest by Jim


Trees in Brownian excursions have been studied since the late 1980s. Forests in excursions of Brownian motion above its past minimum are a natural extension of this notion. In this paper we study a forest-valued Markov process which describes the growth of the Brownian forest. The key result is a composition rule for binary Galton–Watson forests with i.i.d… (More)


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@inproceedings{Winkel2005GrowthOT, title={Growth of the Brownian Forest by Jim}, author={M. op den Winkel}, year={2005} }