Introduction and foundations
After introducing some terminology, and motivational remarks for the study of stochastic processes, this chapter is devoted to the basic Kolmogorov existence theorem, some of its extensions as projective limits, and a few applications. These results will form a foundation for the rest of the work in this book.
KeywordsProbability Space Gaussian Measure Projective System Coordinate Projection Projective Limit
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