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Meeting: Spring School: 1/f Long Range Dependent Processes
 
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Subject: Meeting: Spring School: 1/f Long Range Dependent Processes
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Meeting: Spring School: 1/f Long Range Dependent Processes


Spring School --- Preliminary Announcement

1/F LONG-RANGE DEPENDENT PROCESSES,
FROM MODELS TO APPLICATIONS

April 29 -- May 3, 1996
Les Houches, France


Stochastic processes with long-range dependencies are naturally
observed in areas such as hydrology, geophysics or finance, as well as
in road traffic, telecommunication networks or biology. Those
processes, which evidence a 1/f spectral behavior over wide ranges of
frequencies and self-similarity properties, give rise to challenging
problems from the point of view of both analysis and modeling. The aim
of this Spring School is to address such issues from the many
perspectives offered by recent developments in statistics, signal
theory, wavelets and fractal analysis. A series of lectures will be
delivered by a dozen of invited speakers and the number of
participants will be limited to fifty. Registration fees will be of
about FF 2800 --- with possibly partial support --- for the complete
Session, including full accommodation (lodging and meals) at the
Physics Center of Les Houches, a resort village in the French Alps.

Session Directors:

P. Flandrin (ENS Lyon)
J. Levy-Vehel (INRIA Rocquencourt)

Organizing Committee:

P. Abry (ENS Lyon)
P.-O. Amblard (CEPHAG-ENSIEG Grenoble)
E. Moulines (Telecom Paris)

Preliminary list of invited speakers:

A. Arneodo (Bordeaux)
A. Benveniste (Rennes)
J. Beran (Konstanz)
B. Castaing (Grenoble)
Y. Meyer (Paris)
G. Oppenheim (Paris)
M. Shlesinger* (Arlington)
M. Taqqu* (Boston)
M. Teich (New York)
G. Wornell* (Boston)

* to be confirmed


For further information, send an E-mail message to:

lrd96@physique.ens-lyon.fr
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