Natasha Blitvic (Indiana)
I will give an introduction to non-commutative probability, a vibrant area at the interface of (classical) probability, operator algebras, combinatorics, and mathematical physics. We will discuss some ways in which the non-commutative theory parallels and contrasts with the classical theory. The motivation will be the recent joint work with T. Kemp on the extension of the Segal-Bargmann analysis to an interesting two-parameter family of non-commutative probability spaces.
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