Department of Mathematics
Grain rotations and distortions in the asymptotic variance of vacancy of the Boolean model
We consider the asymptotic variance of vacancy (AVV) in the high intensity small-grain Boolean model. Subjecting the grains to rotations or, more generally, linear distortions gives rise to a function which maps distortion distributions to the AVV of the corresponding Boolean model. We mainly study continuity properties of this function, where we use the L1 Wasserstein metric on distortion distributions. An important role in the formulation and derivation of our results is played by notions of symmetry commonly used in multivariate analysis and stochastic simulation, such as conjugation-invariance and group models. © 2011 Elsevier Inc.
Boolean model, Coverage, Rotations, Set covariance function, Vacancy, Wasserstein distance
Source Publication Title
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications
Link to Publisher's Edition
Rau, Christian, and Sung Nok Chiu. "Grain rotations and distortions in the asymptotic variance of vacancy of the Boolean model." Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 384.2 (2011): 647-657.