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Random Dynamical Systems
The field of random dynamical systems addresses the
description and understanding of the dynamical behaviour of nonlinear dynamical
systems driven by noise. Despite huge developments in stochastic analysis and
their applications in both science and economics, the treatment of noise from a
dynamical systems perspective lags behind current practice in applied modelling
and simulations, resulting in an unwelcome gap between theory and practice.