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Self-similar growth-fragmentations and random planar maps Korchemski, Igor


Growth-fragmentation processes are stochastic processes, recently introduced by Bertoin, which describe the evolution of the sizes of particles which can grow larger or smaller with time, and occasionally split in a conservative manner. We will identify a distinguished one-parameter family of self-similar growth-fragmentations closely related to stable Lévy processes, which arise in scaling limits of Markovian explorations of certain random planar maps with large degrees. Based on joint work with Jean Bertoin, Timothy Budd and Nicolas Curien.

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