Random Processes with Independent Increments

Random Processes with Independent Increments

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Product details

  • Hardback | 279 pages
  • 165.1 x 243.3 x 21.6mm | 612.36g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1991 ed.
  • XI, 279 p.
  • 0792303407
  • 9780792303404

Table of contents

0. Preliminary Informationh.- 0.1 Probability Space.- 0.2 Random Functions and Processes.- 0.3 Conditional Probabilities.- 0.4 Independence.- 1. Sums of Independent Random Variables.- 1.1 Main Inequalities.- 1.2 Renewal Scheme.- 1.3 Random Walks. Recurrence.- 1.4 Distribution of Ladder Functions.- 2. General Processes with Independent Increments (Random Measures).- 2.1 Nonnegative Random Measures with Independent Values (r.m.i.v.).- 2.2 Random Measures with Alternating Signs.- 2.3 Stochastic Integrals and Countably Additive r.m.i.v.- 2.4 Random Linear Functional and Generalized Functions.- 3. Processes with Independent Increments. General Properties.- 3.1 Decomposition of a Process. Properties of Sample Functions.- 3.2 Stochastically Continuous Processes.- 3.3 Properties of Sample Functions.- 3.4 Locally Homogeneous Processes with Independent Increments.- 4. Homogeneous Processes.- 4.1 General Properties.- 4.2 Additive Functionals.- 4.3 Composed Poisson Process.- 4.4 Homogeneous Processes in R.- 5. Multiplicative Processes.- 5.1 Definition and General Properties.- 5.2 Multiplicative Processes in Abelian Groups.- 5.3 Stochastic Semigroups of Linear Operators in Rd.- Notes.- References.
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