TITLE

Lipschitz embeddings of random sequences

AUTHOR(S)
Basu, Riddhipratim; Sly, Allan
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Probability Theory & Related Fields;Aug2014, Vol. 159 Issue 3/4, p721
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We develop a new multi-scale framework flexible enough to solve a number of problems involving embedding random sequences into random sequences. Grimmett et al. (Random Str Algorithm 37(1):85-99, ) asked whether there exists an increasing $$M$$ -Lipschitz embedding from one i.i.d. Bernoulli sequence into an independent copy with positive probability. We give a positive answer for large enough $$M$$ . A closely related problem is to show that two independent Poisson processes on $$\mathbb R $$ are roughly isometric (or quasi-isometric). Our approach also applies in this case answering a conjecture of Szegedy and of Peled (Ann Appl Probab 20:462-494, ). Our theorem also gives a new proof to Winkler's compatible sequences problem. Our approach does not explicitly depend on the particular geometry of the problems and we believe it will be applicable to a range of multi-scale and random embedding problems.
ACCESSION #
96985780

 

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