The dimension of the boundary of super-Brownian motion

Seminar/Forum

The dimension of the boundary of super-Brownian motion

We show that the Hausdorff dimension of the boundary of $d$-dimensional super-Brownian motion is $0$, if $d=1$, $4-2\sqrt2$, if $d=2$, and $(9-\sqrt{17})/2$, if $d=3$.

Presenter

  •  Ed  Perkins
    Ed Perkins, University of British Columbia