## Elements of the theory of Markov processes and their applicationsGraduate-level text and reference in probability, with numerous scientific applications. Nonmeasure-theoretic introduction to theory of Markov processes and to mathematical models based on the theory. Appendixes. Bibliographies. 1960 edition. |

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We now state and prove the following theorem.1 Theorem 1.14: If m > l.the

The proof is based on the following martingale convergence theorem (cf. the

treatise ...

We now state and prove the following theorem.1 Theorem 1.14: If m > l.the

**sequence**{Yn} converges to a random variable Y* with probability one. Proof:The proof is based on the following martingale convergence theorem (cf. the

treatise ...

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The input process is given by the probability law governing the

arrival times {tn} and the

hypothesis about the input is that the arrival times follow a Poisson process with

parameter A.

The input process is given by the probability law governing the

**sequence**ofarrival times {tn} and the

**sequence**of interarrival times {tn}. The simplesthypothesis about the input is that the arrival times follow a Poisson process with

parameter A.

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can be regarded as a transformation which carries the

function F(s). If the series converges in some interval — «* <8 <s*, then the

function F(s) is called the generating function of the

the ...

can be regarded as a transformation which carries the

**sequence**{95,} into thefunction F(s). If the series converges in some interval — «* <8 <s*, then the

function F(s) is called the generating function of the

**sequence**fa}- Now considerthe ...

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### Contents

Preface | 1 |

Processes Continuous In Space and Time | 3 |

Processes Discrete in Space and Time | 9 |

Copyright | |

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