In this section we give a number of examples to illustrate the various possibilities of sample function behavior. They imply that certain general propositions in the preceding sections are not vacuous; for instance the existence of an instantaneous state, the indispensability of the adjoined state, etc. Such examples have sometimes been referred to as “pathological”; in truth they represent the “normal situation” in the general context of this book.
KeywordsPoisson Process Transition Matrix Independent Random Variable Transition Matrice Instantaneous State
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