**Probability, Geometry and Integrable Systems**

by Mark Pinsky, Bjorn Birnir

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2007**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521895278**ISBN-13**: 9780521895279**Number of pages**: 428

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The three main themes of this book, probability theory, differential geometry, and the theory of integrable systems, reflect the broad range of mathematical interests of Henry McKean, to whom it is dedicated. Written by experts in probability, geometry, integrable systems, turbulence, and percolation, the seventeen papers included here demonstrate a wide variety of techniques that have been developed to solve various mathematical problems in these areas.

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