Random paths with curvature


The study of random surfaces as a generalization of Brownian motion, led to a renewed interest after the work of A. N. Polyakov[1]. In 1984, A. Billore, D.J. Gross and E. Marinari[2] applied Monte Carlo techniques to the numerical study of free random surfaces defined as a set of a fixed number of triangles embedded in a continuum space. This method, in… (More)


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