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Universidade da Madeira

Portugal

Lisbon Academy of Sciences (Academia das Ciências de Lisboa)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum field theory

Ludwig Streit mainly investigates Mathematical analysis, Pure mathematics, Space, White noise and Characterization. His work deals with themes such as Path integral formulation, Square, Harmonic oscillator and Brownian motion, which intersect with Mathematical analysis. His Brownian motion research integrates issues from Feynman diagram, Mathematical physics, Hamiltonian, Quantization and Power series.

His study in Pure mathematics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Discrete mathematics, Poisson distribution and Gaussian. He has researched Space in several fields, including Calculus and Extension. His research integrates issues of Schrödinger equation, Heat equation, Probability measure and Euclidean geometry in his study of White noise.

- A Characterization of Hida Distributions (211 citations)
- A Characterization of Hida Distributions (211 citations)
- Energy forms, Hamiltonians, and distorted Brownian paths (190 citations)

Ludwig Streit mostly deals with Mathematical analysis, Mathematical physics, White noise, Brownian motion and Pure mathematics. His Mathematical analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intersection and Gaussian analysis. The various areas that Ludwig Streit examines in his Mathematical physics study include Quantum mechanics and Schrödinger equation.

His research integrates issues of Local time, Statistical physics, Work and Renormalization in his study of Brownian motion. His studies deal with areas such as Poisson distribution, Discrete mathematics, Fock space and Gaussian as well as Pure mathematics. His Space research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Structure and Distribution.

- Mathematical analysis (32.89%)
- Mathematical physics (27.19%)
- White noise (24.12%)

- Statistical physics (20.18%)
- Brownian motion (20.18%)
- Fractional Brownian motion (11.84%)

Ludwig Streit spends much of his time researching Statistical physics, Brownian motion, Fractional Brownian motion, Renormalization and Mathematical physics. His work carried out in the field of Statistical physics brings together such families of science as Chain, Discretization and Gaussian. His research investigates the connection with Brownian motion and areas like Gaussian process which intersect with concerns in Class and Function.

His Renormalization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Measure and Local time. His study in Stochastic quantization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Space, Differentiable function, Mathematical analysis, Markov process and Invariant. Ludwig Streit performs multidisciplinary study on Mathematical analysis and Radius of gyration in his works.

- Stochastic Quantization for the Fractional Edwards Measure (4 citations)
- Scaling Properties of Weakly Self-Avoiding Fractional Brownian Motion in One Dimension (4 citations)
- Polymer measure: Varadhan's renormalization revisited (4 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum field theory

Ludwig Streit focuses on Statistical physics, Brownian motion, Renormalization, Ring and Measure. His research ties Discretization and Statistical physics together. His Discretization study also includes

- Scaling that connect with fields like Fractional Brownian motion,
- Motion, which have a strong connection to Gaussian.

His Gaussian research incorporates elements of Range, Invariant measure, Invariant, Stochastic quantization and Dirichlet distribution. His Ring research includes elements of Chain, Asymptotic decay and Classical mechanics. Ludwig Streit has researched Measure in several fields, including Local time and Mathematical physics.

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A Characterization of Hida Distributions

J Potthoff;J Potthoff;Ludwig Streit;Ludwig Streit.

Journal of Functional Analysis **(1991)**

324 Citations

A Characterization of Hida Distributions

J Potthoff;J Potthoff;Ludwig Streit;Ludwig Streit.

Journal of Functional Analysis **(1991)**

324 Citations

Energy forms, Hamiltonians, and distorted Brownian paths

Sergio Albeverio;Raphael Høegh-Krohn;Ludwig Streit.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1977)**

285 Citations

Energy forms, Hamiltonians, and distorted Brownian paths

Sergio Albeverio;Raphael Høegh-Krohn;Ludwig Streit.

Journal of Mathematical Physics **(1977)**

285 Citations

Generalized Brownian functionals and the Feynman integral

Ludwig Streit;T Hida.

Stochastic Processes and their Applications **(1984)**

191 Citations

Generalized Brownian functionals and the Feynman integral

Ludwig Streit;T Hida.

Stochastic Processes and their Applications **(1984)**

191 Citations

Generalized Functionals in Gaussian Spaces: The Characterization Theorem Revisited☆

Yuri G. Kondratiev;Peter Leukert;Jürgen Potthoff;Ludwig Streit;Ludwig Streit.

Journal of Functional Analysis **(1996)**

189 Citations

Generalized Functionals in Gaussian Spaces: The Characterization Theorem Revisited☆

Yuri G. Kondratiev;Peter Leukert;Jürgen Potthoff;Ludwig Streit;Ludwig Streit.

Journal of Functional Analysis **(1996)**

189 Citations

Spaces of White Noise distributions: constructions, descriptions, applications. I

Yu.G. Kondrat'ev;Ludwig Streit;Ludwig Streit.

Reports on Mathematical Physics **(1993)**

158 Citations

Spaces of White Noise distributions: constructions, descriptions, applications. I

Yu.G. Kondrat'ev;Ludwig Streit;Ludwig Streit.

Reports on Mathematical Physics **(1993)**

158 Citations

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