Robin Lyth Hudson

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

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


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]


His selected works published in major journals:


  1. ^ by D Applebaum. "Robin Hudson's Pathless Path to Quantum Stochastic Calculus" (PDF). 
  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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