This volume contains contributions on recent results in infinite dimensional harmonic analysis and its applications to probability theory. Some papers deal with purely analytic topics such as Frobenius reciprocity, diffeomorphism groups, equivariant fibrations and Harish-Chandra modules. Several other papers touch upon stochastic processes, in particular Lévy processes. The majority of the contributions emphasize on the algebraic-topological aspects of the theory by choosing configuration spaces, locally compact groups and hypergroups as their basic structures. The volume provides a useful survey of innovative work pertaining to a highly actual section of modern analysis in its pure and applied shapings.