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Mathematical modeling and numerical answer is this day firmly proven in technological know-how and engineering. learn carried out in just about all branches of medical investigations and the layout of structures in essentially all disciplines of engineering can't be pursued successfully with out, often, extensive research in accordance with numerical computations. the area we are living in has been labeled by means of the human brain, for descriptive and research reasons, to include fluids and solids, continua and molecules; and the analyses of fluids and solids on the continuum and molecular scales have normally been pursued individually. essentially, despite the fact that, there are just molecules and debris for any fabric that have interaction at the microscopic and macroscopic scales. for that reason, to unify the research of actual platforms and to arrive a deeper figuring out of the habit of nature in medical investigations, and of the habit of designs in engineering endeavors, a brand new point of study is important.

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1. (Additional theorem for spherical harmonics). 29) depends only on the scalar product < u, v >= cos B (the angle between the unit vectors u and v), where C~, m = 0,1, ... are the Gegenbauer polynomials. 2. (FUnk-Hecke formula). SPECTRAL THEORY OF RANDOM FIELDS 31 Suppose that f(t), t E [-1,1] is continuous function. 31) v=-- Let B (cos 0) be a covariance function of the isotropic random field on the sphere. 30) with f(t) = f( < u,v » = B(cos). 4. 31) with f(t) = f(cosO) = B(cosO). 33) bm ~ 0, n-2 2 ' v=-m=O 18(1)1 IC~(l)1 Note that, bm tion B (cos 0).

2 ' RANDOM FIELDS WITH SINGULAR SPECTRUM 45 where II k - r (j - d) 7rj = j r(j + l)r(-d) = k=l 1- d = 1,2, ... ; j k' 7rO = 1. ). Then ~(t) is called a fractional ARlMA (p, d, q) process or FARMA (p, d, q) process. 3) given by L 'ljJjc(t 00 ~(t) = j), j=O where r(j + d) 'ljJj = r(d)r(j + 1) = II j k - 1+d k ,j = 0,1,2, .... k=l From Stirling's formula it follows that J ---t 00, and Denote by Is(>\) and R(k) the spectral density and covariance function respectively of ARMA(O, d, 0) process, we have Is R (k) = 2 (J (,X) _ - (J2/27r 11 _ e-iAI2d' k r(1 - 2d) (-1) r (k + 1 _ d) r (1 _ k _ d)' k = 0, ± 1, ...

Both L2 and pathwise approaches are possible. For H > ~ let A denote the integral operator Af(t) = H(2H - 1) 1 and denote the inner product < f, g > A=< f, Ag >= H (2H - 1) 00 f(s) Is - t1 2H - 2 ds, 11 00 00 f(s) f(g) Is - t1 2H - 2 ds dt where < ',' > A denotes the usual inner product of L2(R~). Denote by L2 {A} the space of equivalence classes of measurable functions f such that < f, f > A< 00. It is easy to check that the association Wa -+ X([O, t)) 51 RANDOM FIELDS WITH SINGULAR SPECTRUM can be extended to an isometry between the Gaussian space generated by the random variables wa(t), t 2:: 0, as the smallest closed linear subspace of L2 (f2,F,P) containing them, and the function space L 2 {A}, where X(B) is the indicator of a set B.

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