Robin Lyth Hudson

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Robin Lyth Hudson
Born 1940
Fields Mathematics
Institutions University of Nottingham
Alma mater University of Oxford
Doctoral advisor John Trevor Lewis

Robin Lyth Hudson (born 1940) is a British mathematician notable for his contribution to quantum probability.

Research[edit]

Robin Lyth Hudson received his Ph.D. from University of Oxford in 1966 under John Trevor Lewis with the Dissertation being Generalised Translation-Invariant Mechanics. He collaborated with K. R. Parthasarathy first in University of Manchester, and later at University of Nottingham, on their seminal work in quantum stochastic analysis.[1][2][3]

Research[edit]

His selected works published in major journals:

References[edit]

  1. ^ by D Applebaum. "Robin Hudson's Pathless Path to Quantum Stochastic Calculus". 
  2. ^ by Jinqiao Duan, Shunlong Luo, Caishi Wang (2010). Recent development in stochastic dynamics and stochastic analysis. World Scientific. p. preface-x. ISBN 9814277266. 
  3. ^ by KR Parthasarathy. "Quantum Stochastic Calculus". 

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