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Old and new results on stationary tessellations
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In the first part of the talk we present a few fundamental properties of stationary tessellations of Euclidean space. Then we proceed with more recent distributional results on Poisson Voronoi and Poisson hyperplane tessellations. Finally we propose three models for continuum percolation on planar tessellations.
This talk is part of the Probability series.
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