The lecture by Václav Zatloukal from Czech Technical University in Prague will take place at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna.
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The local time of a stochastic process quantifies the amount of time that sample trajectories x(t) spend in the vicinity of an arbitrary point x. First, in the language of path integrals, we will study the local time of a continuous random walk on a line generated by a generic Hamiltonian, with explicit results provided for Gaussian and Levy-type random walks. Our methods will then be applied in the case of discrete random walks on generic graphs.