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Strongly mixing smooth planar vector field without asymptotic directions

@inproceedings{Bakhtin2019StronglyMS,
  title={Strongly mixing smooth planar vector field without asymptotic directions},
  author={Yuri Bakhtin and Liying Li},
  year={2019}
}
. We use a Voronoi-type tesselation based on a compound Poisson point process to construct a polynomially mixing stationary random smooth planar vector field with bounded nonnegative components such that, with probability one, none of the associated integral curves possess an asymptotic direction. 

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