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Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps

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Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps. / Bertoin, Jean; Budd, Timothy George; Curien, Nicolas; Kortchemski, Igor.

I: Probability Theory and Related Fields, Bind 172, Nr. 3-4, 05.12.2018, s. 663-724.

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Bertoin, J, Budd, TG, Curien, N & Kortchemski, I 2018, 'Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps', Probability Theory and Related Fields, bind 172, nr. 3-4, s. 663-724. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00440-017-0818-5

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Bertoin, J., Budd, T. G., Curien, N., & Kortchemski, I. (2018). Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps. Probability Theory and Related Fields, 172(3-4), 663-724. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00440-017-0818-5

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Bertoin J, Budd TG, Curien N, Kortchemski I. Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps. Probability Theory and Related Fields. 2018 dec 5;172(3-4):663-724. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00440-017-0818-5

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Bertoin, Jean ; Budd, Timothy George ; Curien, Nicolas ; Kortchemski, Igor. / Martingales in self-similar growth-fragmentations and their connections with random planar maps. I: Probability Theory and Related Fields. 2018 ; Bind 172, Nr. 3-4. s. 663-724.

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