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Does any of you know where to find online lecture/podcast introducing stochastic geometry and/or point processes?

Thank you! Riccardo

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Cavallri Could you be more specific? If you are interested in stochastic geometry of a point of view of statistical mechanics models in lattices type $\mathbb{Z}^n,\;n\in\mathbb{N},$ I can try to help you. – MathOverview Jan 26 '13 at 11:42
I'm approaching stochastic geometry to study wireless networks. – Riccardo Jan 28 '13 at 9:38
Let me add that all my knowledge about probability comes from the book "Probability, Random Variables, and Stochastic Processes" (A. Papoulis). So a good reformulation of my question could be: which material do you suggest me as a starting point for approaching stochastic geometry? – Riccardo Jan 28 '13 at 15:31

It really is very difficult to find introductory notes on this subject. My suggestion is as follows.:

I hope this helps.

OBS. For an nonintroductory approach of stochastic geometry (focused on statistical mechanics and Ising's model) see this paper by H.-O. Georgii.

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I think there are no as such video lectures on stochastic differential geometry. The David william's (vol. 2) book is good introductory text on stochastic geometry.

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