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Definition of Brownian
BrownianBrownian Brown"i*an, a.
Pertaining to Dr. Robert Brown, who first demonstrated (about
1827) the commonness of the motion described below.
Brownian movement, the peculiar, rapid, vibratory movement
exhibited by the microscopic particles of substances when
suspended in water or other fluids.
Meaning of Brownian from wikipedia
motion, or pedesis
Gr****: πήδησις /pɛ̌ːdɛːsis/ "leaping"), is the random motion
of particles suspended
in a medium
- In science, Brownian noise
(Sample (help·info)), also known
as Brown noise
or red noise, is the kind of signal noise produced
of the cell nucleus
streaming; the observation
work on plant pollination
and fertilisation, including
- A geometric Brownian motion
(GBM) (also known
as exponential Brownian
motion) is a continuous-time stochastic process
of the randomly...
- fractional Brownian motion
(fBm), also called
a fractal Brownian
motion, is a generalization
- the mathematical properties
of the one-dimensional Brownian
motion. It is often
also called Brownian motion
due to its historical connection
with the physical...
- A Brownian bridge
is a continuous-time stochastic process
B(t) whose probability distribution
is the conditional probability distribution
of a Wiener
- Brownian dynamics
(BD) can be used to describe
in molecular simulations
or in reality. It is a simplified version
- In the philosophy
physics, the Brownian ratchet
or Feynman–Smoluchowski ratchet
is an apparent perpetual motion machine
- A Brownian surface
is a fractal surface generated
via a fractal elevation
function. As with Brownian
motion, Brownian surfaces
are named after
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