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Bálint, Péter - Institute of Mathematics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Geometry of Multi-dimensional Dispersing Billiards Alfr ed R enyi Institute of the H.A.S.
Study of Decay of Correlations in a System of Two Falling Balls
DIPLOMA THESIS Investigation of the stochastic
Hyperbolicity in multi-dimensional Hamiltonian with applications to soft billiards
Decay of correlations and invariance principles for dispersing billiards with cusps,
Chaos and stability in a two-parameter family of convex1 billiard tables2
LIMIT THEOREMS FOR DISPERSING BILLIARDS P. BALINT, N. CHERNOV, AND D. DOLGOPYAT
Local Ergodicity for Systems with Growth Properties including
On the zero mass limit of tagged particle diffusion in the 1-d Rayleigh-gas
Mixing and its rate in `soft' and `hard' billiards motivated by the Lorentz process
ERGODICITY OF TWO HARD BALLS IN INTEGRABLE POLYGONS
Ergodicity and Energy Distributions for Some Boundary Driven Integrable Hamiltonian Chains
Chaotic and Ergodic Properties of Cylindric Billiards P eter B alint
Hyperbolicity in multidimensional Hamiltonian with applications to soft billiards
Decay of correlations and invariance principles for dispersing billiards with cusps,
Decay of correlations for flows with unbounded roof function, including the infinite horizon planar
On the zero mass limit of tagged particle di#usion in the 1d Rayleighgas
Multi-dimensional Semi-dispersing Billiards: Singularities and the Fundamental Theorem
ROTOR INTERACTION IN THE ANNULUS BILLIARD P ETER B
Example for Exponential Growth of Complexity in a Finite Horizon Multi-dimensional Dispersing
Exponential Decay of Correlations in Multi-dimensional Dispersing Billiards
Exponential Decay of Correlations in Multidimensional Dispersing Billiards
Example for Exponential Growth of Complexity in a Finite Horizon Multi-dimensional Dispersing
Statistical behaviour in the System of Two Falling Balls
Ergodicity and Energy Distributions for Some Boundary Driven Integrable Hamiltonian Chains
Local Ergodicity for Systems with Growth Properties including
Limit theorems in the stadium billiard Pter Blint # and Sbastien Gouzel +
Communications in Mathematical Physics manuscript No. (will be inserted by the editor)
Example for Exponential Growth of Complexity in a Finite Horizon Multi-dimensional Dispersing
Statistical properties of the system of two falling balls Pter Blint, Gbor Borbly, and Andrs Nmedy Varga
Example for Exponential Growth of Complexity in a Finite Horizon Multi-dimensional Dispersing
CONVERGENCE OF MOMENTS FOR DISPERSING BILLIARDS WITH CUSPS
Statistical properties of the system of two falling balls Pter Blint1,2