Prof. Dr. Andreas Greven


Lehrstuhl für Mathematische Stochastik

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Greven, A., Rippl, T., & Glöde, P. (2018). Branching Processes - A General Concept. arXiv.
Depperschmidt, A., & Greven, A. (2018). Stochastic Evolution of genealogies of spatial populations: state description, characterization of dynamics and properties. arXiv.
Glöde, P., Greven, A., & Rippl, T. (2017). Branching trees I: Concatenation and infinite divisibility. arXiv.
Greven, A., den Hollander, F., & Klimovsky, A. (2017). The hierarchical Cannings process in random environment. ALEA : Latin American Journal of Probability and Mathematical Statistics.
Greven, A., Sun, R., & Winter, A. (2016). Continuum space limit of the genealogies of interacting Fleming-Viot processes on Z. Electronic Journal of Probability, 21.
Greven, A., Pokalyuk, C., Pfaffelhuber, P., & Wakolbinger, A. (2016). The fixation time of a strongly benefical allele in a structured population. Electronic Journal of Probability, 21(61), 1-42.
Greven, A., & Dawson, D. (2014). Spatial Fleming - Viot Models with Selection and Mutation. Springer Verlag.
Greven, A., den Hollander, F., Kliem, S., & Klimovsky, A. (2014). Renormalisation of hierarchically interacting Cannings processes. ALEA : Latin American Journal of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, 11(1), 43-140.
Greven, A., Depperschmidt, A., & Pfaffelhuber, P. (2013). Path-properties of the tree-valued Fleming-Viot process. Electronic Journal of Probability, 18(84), 1-47.
Greven, A., Pfaffelhuber, P., & Winter, A. (2013). Tree-valued resampling dynamics Martingale problems and applications. Probability Theory and Related Fields, 155, 789-838.

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