Spatial Branching in Random Environments and With Interaction
This unique volume discusses some recent developments in the theory of spatial branching processes and superprocesses, with special emphasis on spines, Laws of Large Numbers, interactions and random media. Although this book is mainly written for mathematicians, the models discussed are relevant to certain models in population biology, and are thus hopefully interesting to the applied mathematician/biologist as well. The necessary background material in probability and analysis is provided in a comprehensive introductory chapter. Historical notes and several exercises are provided to complement each chapter. (Amazon.com)
Mathematical statistics; Branching processes; Law of large numbers
Englander, Janos, "Spatial Branching in Random Environments and With Interaction" (2015). CU Authors Book Gallery. 52.