| __Applications of Brownian Motion__ *(Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)* |

| | **Brownian** **motion** is a sophisticated random number generator, based on a process discovered in plants(R. Brown; 1827) This continuous random **motion** of solid microscopic particles when suspended in a fluid medium is due to the consequence of continuous bombardment by atoms and molecules. |

| | The explanation of **Brownian** **motion**, given by Einstein in 1905 and based on the kinetic-molecular conception of matter, is considered one of the fundamental pillars supporting atomism in its victorious struggle against phenomenological physics in the early years of this century. |

| | **Brownian** **motion** has desirable mathematical characteristics, where statistics can be estimated with great precision, and probabilities can be calculated, and hence scientists and analysts often turn to such an independant process when faced with the analysis of a multidimensional process of unknown origin (ie. |

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