Published by Duke University Press since its inception in 1935, the Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world's leading mathematical journals. DMJ emphasizes the most active and influential areas of current mathematics. Advance publication of articles online is available.

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  • ISSN: 0012-7094 (print), 1547-7398 (electronic)
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Discipline(s): Mathematics
  • Full text available in Euclid: 1935--
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Random walks in the group of Euclidean isometries and self-similar measures

Elon Lindenstrauss and Péter P. Varjú Volume 165, Number 6

We study products of random isometries acting on Euclidean space. Building on previous work of the second author, we prove a local limit theorem for balls of shrinking radius with exponential speed under the assumption that a Markov operator associated to the rotation component of the isometries has spectral gap. We also prove that certain self-similar measures are absolutely continuous with smooth densities. These families of self-similar measures give higher-dimensional analogues of Bernoulli convolutions on which absolute continuity can be established for contraction ratios in an open set.