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The Structure of Extreme Level Sets in Branching Brownian Motion

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Branching Brownian motion (BBM) is a classical process in probability, describing a population of particles performing independent Brownian motion and branching according to a Galton Watson process. Arguin et al.\ and A\”\i{}d\’ekon et al.\ proved the convergence of the extremal process. In the talk we discuss how one can obtain finer results on the extremal level sets by using a random walk-like representation of the extremal particles. We establish among others the asymptotic density of extremal particles at a given distance from the maximum and the upper tail probabilities for the distance between the maximum and the second maximum (joint work with Aser Cortines and Oren Louidor).

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