Readers who do not have any particular knowledge of stochastic geometry should be reassured to learn that the author doesn’t, either. This chapter contains problems with a geometric (2-dimensional, mostly) setting which can be solved heuristically without any specialized geometric arguments. One exception is that we will need some properties of the Poisson line process at Section H2: this process is treated in Solomon (1978), which is the friendliest introduction to stochastic geometry.
KeywordsPoisson Process Great Circle Poisson Point Process Stochastic Geometry Random Scatter
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