Position-dependent random maps in one and higher dimensions
journal contributionposted on 2017-09-01, 10:05 authored by Wael BahsounWael Bahsoun, Pawel Gora
A random map is a discrete-time dynamical system in which one of a number of transformations is randomly selected and applied on each iteration of the process. We study random maps with position dependent probabilities on the interval and on a bounded domain of Rn. Sufficient conditions for the existence of an absolutely continuous invariant measure for a random map with position dependent probabilities on the interval and on a bounded domain of Rn are the main results.
The research of P.G. was supported by NSERC grant. W.B. is a recipient of PIMS postdoctoral fellowship.
- Mathematical Sciences
Published inStudia Math.,
Pages. 271 - 286
CitationBAHSOUN, W. and GORA, P., 2005. Position-dependent random maps in one and higher dimensions. Studia Mathematica, 166 (3), pp.271-286.
PublisherPolskiej Akademii Nauk, Instytut Matematyczny
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