2018 - Member of Academia Europaea
Viviane Baladi focuses on Mathematical analysis, Piecewise, Transfer operator, Pure mathematics and Sobolev space. Her Mathematical analysis study combines topics in areas such as Statistical physics, Invariant and Position. Her research in Piecewise intersects with topics in Combinatorics, Zero, Measure, Transversal and Lipschitz continuity.
Viviane Baladi has researched Transfer operator in several fields, including Dimension and Spectral gap. When carried out as part of a general Pure mathematics research project, her work on Subshift of finite type is frequently linked to work in Hyperbolic systems, Positive transfer and Key, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her Sobolev space research includes themes of Spectral radius and Banach space.
Her primary areas of study are Pure mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Piecewise, Transfer operator and Banach space. She combines subjects such as Measure, Transfer and Bounded function with her study of Pure mathematics. Her work on Exponential function as part of general Mathematical analysis research is frequently linked to Exponential decay, Work and Observable, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her Piecewise study incorporates themes from Sequence, Spectral gap and Tangent. The Transfer operator study combines topics in areas such as Algorithm, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Fredholm determinant. In her research, Sobolev space and Line is intimately related to Spectral radius, which falls under the overarching field of Banach space.
Viviane Baladi mostly deals with Pure mathematics, Banach space, Anisotropy, Differentiable function and Transfer. Her work deals with themes such as Resolution and Bounded function, which intersect with Pure mathematics. Viviane Baladi has included themes like Absolute continuity, Invariant probability measure, Transversal and Piecewise in her Bounded function study.
Her Differentiable function study combines topics in areas such as Transfer operator, Diffeomorphism and Spectral radius. Her work carried out in the field of Transfer brings together such families of science as Mathematical analysis and Spectrum. Her Mathematical analysis study typically links adjacent topics like Eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
Viviane Baladi mainly focuses on Bounded function, Mathematical physics, Anisotropy, Pure mathematics and Banach space. The concepts of her Bounded function study are interwoven with issues in Absolute continuity, Holomorphic function, Invariant probability measure and Piecewise. Her Mathematical physics research focuses on Dynamical billiards and how it relates to Topological entropy.
Her Pure mathematics study frequently links to other fields, such as Torus. Her Banach space study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Spectrum. Her Riemann zeta function study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Flow and Measure.
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Positive transfer operators and decay of correlations
Anisotropic hölder and sobolev spaces for hyperbolic diffeomorphisms
Viviane Baladi;Masato Tsujii.
Annales de l'Institut Fourier (2007)
On the spectra of randomly perturbed expanding maps
V. Baladi;L. S. Young.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1993)
Zeta functions and transfer operators for piecewise monotone transformations
V. Baladi;G. Keller.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1990)
Euclidean algorithms are Gaussian
Viviane Baladi;Brigitte Vallée.
Journal of Number Theory (2005)
Strong stochastic stability and rate of mixing for unimodal maps
Viviane Baladi;Marcelo Viana.
Annales Scientifiques De L Ecole Normale Superieure (1996)
Linear response formula for piecewise expanding unimodal maps
Viviane Baladi;Daniel Smania.
Resonances for intermittent systems
V Baladi;J P Eckmann;D Ruelle.
Linear response, or else
arXiv: Dynamical Systems (2014)
On the Susceptibility Function of Piecewise Expanding Interval Maps
Communications in Mathematical Physics (2007)
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