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Born: August 14, 1942, Härnösand, Sweden.


Stockholm University, 1960-62,
Uppsala University 1963-1973.


1965, Fil. Kand. (Bach Art), Math., Math Stat., Num. Anal.
1971, Fil. lic. (Master Degree), Math.
1973, Fil. Dr. (Ph D), Math.
1980, Docent Math. Stat., Linköping University.


1973-1980 Linköping University
1987- 2009 Linköping University
1980 -2006, Swedish Defence Research Institute

Travel grants

1972. Århus University, Århus, Denmark
1975-76. Cornell university, Ithaca, NY, USA
1995-96. Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Some papers

1973. Some limit theorems for Markov chains with applications to learning models and products of random matrices. Ph.D thesis, Uppsala University.

1975. A limit theorem for partially observed Markov chains. Ann of Prob, vol 3, No4.

1978. A limit theorem for Markov chains in compact metric spaces with applications to products of random matrices. Duke Math J, vol 45.

1981. On a new contraction condition for random systems with complete connections, Rev Roumaine Math Pure Appl, vol 26, no 8

1983. A simple inversion method for determining aerosol size distributions. J Comp Physics, vol 2, no 1.

1993. On stochastic perturbations of iterations of circle maps. Physica D, Nonlinear phenomena, vol 68.

1998. Computing the Kantorovich distance for images, J Math Imaging and Vision, vol 9, no 2.

2011. On Markov chains induced by partitioned transition probability matrices. Acta Math Sinica, Eng Version, vol 27, no 3.

Research interests

1. Markov chains on metric spaces. Random dynamical systems.
2. Fractal coding. The Kantorovich metric for images.
3. Filtering processes.

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