Handbook of statistics 19: Stochastic processes, theory and by C.R. Rao

By C.R. Rao

Hardbound. J. Neyman, one of many pioneers in laying the rules of recent statistical concept, under pressure the significance of stochastic strategies in a paper written in 1960 within the following phrases: "Currently within the interval of dynamic indeterminism in technology, there's hardly ever a significant piece of study, if taken care of realistically, doesn't contain operations on stochastic processes". coming up from the necessity to clear up useful difficulties, a number of significant advances have taken position within the conception of stochastic procedures and their purposes. Books via Doob (1953; J. Wiley and Sons), Feller (1957, 1966; J. Wiley and Sons) and Loève (1960; D. van Nostrand and Col., Inc.) between others, have created becoming wisdom and curiosity within the use of stochastic methods in medical and technological experiences.

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Prabhu (1988) ‘Theory of semiregenerative phenomena’, J. Appl. Probab. 25A, pp. U. Prabhu (1994), ‘Further results for semiregenerative phenomena’, Acta Appl. Math. 34, 1-2, pp. 213–223, whose contents are reproduced with permission from Kluwer Academic Publishers. 39 BookTPP July 30, 2008 15:50 40 World Scientific Book - 9in x 6in Markov-Modulated Processes and Semiregenerative Phenomena We present some basic definitions in Sec. 2, starting from that of semiregenerative processes, which states that a process Z = {Ztl , (t, l) ∈ T × E}, with T = R+ or T = N+ and E being a countable set, is a semiregenerative phenomenon if, in particular, it takes values only the values 0 and 1 and has the following partial lack of memory property on the first index with respect to the observation of the value 1: r P {Zti li = 1 (1 ≤ i ≤ r)|Z0,l0 = 1} = i=1 P {Zti −ti−1 ,li = 1|Z0,li−1 = 1} for 0 = t0 ≤ t1 ≤ · · · ≤ tr and l0 , l1 , .

2. Suppose J(0) = j. Then J(t) = j + n for Sn ≤ t < Sn+1 (n ≥ 0) ∆ for t ≥ L. , as we have already seen. If the distribution Fj has the exponential density λj e−λj x (0 < λj < ∞), then J reduces to the pure birth process. 8 Markov-Additive Processes: Basic Definitions We are given a probability space (Ω, F, P ) and denote R = (−∞, ∞), E = a countable set and N+ = {0, 1, 2, . }. 2. A Markov-additive process (X, J) = {(X(t), J(t)), t ≥ 0} is a two-dimensional Markov process on the state space R × E such that, for s, t ≥ 0, the conditional distribution of (X(s + t) − X(s), J(s + t)) given (X(s), J(s)) depends only on J(s).

7 BookTPP Markov-Modulated Processes and Semiregenerative Phenomena The Semi-Markov Process We define a process J = {J(t), t ≥ 0} as follows. 31). The process J is called the minimal semi-Markov process associated with the MRP {(Sn , Jn ), n ≥ 0}. Denote J(t) = Pjk (t) = P {J(t) = k|J(0) = j}, j, k ∈ E, t ≥ 0. 9. We have t Pjk (t) = 0− Proof. Ujk {ds}Pk {S1 > t − s}. 50) An easy calculation shows that t Pjk (t) = Pj {S1 > t} δjk + 0− l∈E Qjl {ds}Plk (t − s). 35) with gj (t) = Pj {S1 > t} δjk . 51) is given by t t l∈E 0− Ujl {ds}gl (t − s) = 0− Ujk {ds}Pk {S1 > t − s}.

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