Convex hulls of random walks, hyperplane arrangements, and Weyl chambers Z Kabluchko, V Vysotsky, D Zaporozhets Geometric and Functional Analysis 27 (4), 880-918, 2017 | 37 | 2017 |

On the probability that integrated random walks stay positive V Vysotsky Stochastic Processes and their Applications 120 (7), 1178-1193, 2010 | 27 | 2010 |

Convex hulls of multidimensional random walks V Vysotsky, D Zaporozhets Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 370 (11), 7985-8012, 2018 | 23 | 2018 |

Convex hulls of random walks: expected number of faces and face probabilities Z Kabluchko, V Vysotsky, D Zaporozhets Advances in Mathematics 320, 595-629, 2017 | 21 | 2017 |

Clustering in a stochastic model of one-dimensional gas VV Vysotsky The Annals of Applied Probability 18 (3), 1026-1058, 2008 | 17 | 2008 |

Positivity of integrated random walks V Vysotsky Annales de l'IHP Probabilités et statistiques 50 (1), 195-213, 2014 | 16 | 2014 |

Limit theorems for random walks that avoid bounded sets, with applications to the largest gap problem V Vysotsky Stochastic Processes and their Applications 125 (5), 1886-1910, 2015 | 9 | 2015 |

A multidimensional analogue of the arcsine law for the number of positive terms in a random walk Z Kabluchko, V Vysotsky, D Zaporozhets Bernoulli 25 (1), 521-548, 2019 | 8 | 2019 |

On the weak limit law of the maximal uniform k-spacing A Mijatović, V Vysotsky Advances in Applied Probability 48 (A), 235-238, 2016 | 7 | 2016 |

On energy and clusters in stochastic systems of sticky gravitating particles VV Vysotsky Theory of Probability & Its Applications 50 (2), 265-283, 2006 | 7 | 2006 |

How long is the convex minorant of a one-dimensional random walk? G Alsmeyer, Z Kabluchko, A Marynych, V Vysotsky Electronic Journal of Probability 25, 1-22, 2020 | 5 | 2020 |

Artificial increasing returns to scale and the problem of sampling from lognormals A Gómez-Liévano, V Vysotsky, J Lobo Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 48 (6), 1574-1590, 2021 | 4 | 2021 |

On the lengths of curves passing through boundary points of a planar convex shape A Akopyan, V Vysotsky The American Mathematical Monthly 124 (7), 588-596, 2017 | 4 | 2017 |

When is the rate function of a random vector strictly convex? V Vysotsky Electronic Communications in Probability 26, 1-11, 2021 | 3 | 2021 |

Contraction principle for trajectories of random walks and Cramer's theorem for kernel-weighted sums V Vysotsky arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.00374, 2019 | 3 | 2019 |

Yet another note on the arithmetic-geometric mean inequality Z Kabluchko, J Prochno, V Vysotsky arXiv preprint arXiv:1810.06053, 2018 | 3 | 2018 |

Stationary entrance Markov chains, inducing, and level-crossings of random walks A Mijatović, V Vysotsky arXiv preprint arXiv:1808.05010, 2018 | 3 | 2018 |

Large deviations for the perimeter of convex hulls of planar random walks A Akopyan, V Vysotsky Preprint, 2016 | 3 | 2016 |

Covering complete r-graphs with spanning complete r-partite r-graphs SM Cioabă, A Kündgen, CM Timmons, VV Vysotsky Combinatorics, Probability and Computing 20 (4), 519-527, 2011 | 3 | 2011 |

The area of an exponential random walk and partial sums of uniform order statistics VV Vysotsky Journal of Mathematical Sciences 147 (4), 6873-6883, 2007 | 3 | 2007 |