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Picard's theorem and Brownian motion

Author: Burgess Davis
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 213 (1975), 353-362
MSC: Primary 60J65; Secondary 30A70
MathSciNet review: 0397900
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Abstract: Properties of the paths of two dimensional Brownian motion are used as the basis of a proof of the little Picard theorem and its analog for complex valued functions, defined on simply connected n dimensional manifolds, which map certain diffusions into Brownian motion.

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Keywords: Picard theorem, Brownian motion, diffusion processes
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