Amarts and Set Function Processes

Chacon [32] in 1974, amarts of set functions had been studied earlier, by Chatterji [35] in 1971, and by Lamb [90] in 1973. Although Chatterji's condition on a set function process as well as Lamb's definition of an approximate ...

Amarts and Set Function Processes

Amarts and Set Function Processes


Stopping Times and Directed Processes

J . P. Fouque [1980a] Régularité des trajectoires des amarts et hyperamarts réels. C. R. Acad. Sci. ... N. E. Frangos [1985] On regularity of Banach valued processes. ... A. Gut, K. D. Schmidt [1983] Amarts and Set Function Processes.

Stopping Times and Directed Processes

Stopping Times and Directed Processes

A unified treatment of the theory of 'stopping times' for probability theorists and statisticians.

Differential Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics

1042: A. Gut, K. D. Schmidt, Amarts and Set Function Processes. III, 258 pages. 1983. Vol. 1043. Linear and Complex Analysis Problem Book. Edited by V.P. Havin, S.V. Hruščev and N.K. Nikol'skii. xvill, 721 pages. 1984. Vol.

Differential Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics

Differential Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics


Transactions of the Tenth Prague Conference on Information Theory Statistical Decision Functions Random Processes

[4] Darst, R. B. (1962) : A decomposition of finitely additive set functions. J. Reine Angew. Math. 210, 31-37. ... [6] Schmidt, K.D. (1983) : Amarts - a measure theoretic approach. In : Amarts and Set Function Processes.

Transactions of the Tenth Prague Conference on Information Theory  Statistical Decision Functions  Random Processes

Transactions of the Tenth Prague Conference on Information Theory Statistical Decision Functions Random Processes


Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory

Edgar, G. A. and Sucheston, L. (1976) Amarts. A class of asymptotic martingales. A Diskrete parameter. J. Multivariete Anal. 6, 193– 221. Gut, A. and Schmidt, K.D. (1983). Amarts and Set Function Processes, Lecture Notes in Mathematics.

Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory

Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory

The past several years have seen the creation and extension of a very conclusive theory of statistics and probability. Many of the research workers who have been concerned with both probability and statistics felt the need for meetings that provide an opportunity for personal con tacts among scholars whose fields of specialization cover broad spectra in both statistics and probability: to discuss major open problems and new solutions, and to provide encouragement for further research through the lectures of carefully selected scholars, moreover to introduce to younger colleagues the latest research techniques and thus to stimulate their interest in research. To meet these goals, the series of Pannonian Symposia on Mathematical Statistics was organized, beginning in the year 1979: the first, second and fourth one in Bad Tatzmannsdorf, Burgenland, Austria, the third and fifth in Visegrad, Hungary. The Sixth Pannonian Symposium was held in Bad Tatzmannsdorf again, in the time between 14 and 20 September 1986, under the auspices of Dr. Heinz FISCHER, Federal Minister of Science and Research, Theodor KERY, President of the State Government of Burgenland, Dr. Franz SAUERZOPF, Vice-President of the State Govern ment of Burgenland and Dr. Josef SCHMIDL, President of the Austrian Sta tistical Central Office. The members of the Honorary Committee were Pal ERDOS, WXadisXaw ORLICZ, Pal REVESz, Leopold SCHMETTERER and Istvan VINCZE; those of the Organizing Committee were Wilfried GROSSMANN (Uni versity of Vienna), Franz KONECNY (University of Agriculture of Vienna) and, as the chairman, Wolfgang WERTZ (Technical University of Vienna).

Probability in Banach Spaces 9

Amarts and Set Function Processes, Lecture Notes in Math. 1042, Berlin, Springer, 1983. [9] HEINKEL (B.). — A law of large numbers for random vectors having large norms, Probability in Banach spaces 7, Oberwolfach 1988, p.

Probability in Banach Spaces  9

Probability in Banach Spaces 9

The papers contained in this volume are an indication of the topics th discussed and the interests of the participants of The 9 International Conference on Probability in Banach Spaces, held at Sandjberg, Denmark, August 16-21, 1993. A glance at the table of contents indicates the broad range of topics covered at this conference. What defines research in this field is not so much the topics considered but the generality of the ques tions that are asked. The goal is to examine the behavior of large classes of stochastic processes and to describe it in terms of a few simple prop erties that the processes share. The reward of research like this is that occasionally one can gain deep insight, even about familiar processes, by stripping away details, that in hindsight turn out to be extraneous. A good understanding about the disciplines involved in this field can be obtained from the recent book, Probability in Banach Spaces, Springer-Verlag, by M. Ledoux and M. Thlagrand. On page 5, of this book, there is a list of previous conferences in probability in Banach spaces, including the other eight international conferences. One can see that research in this field over the last twenty years has contributed significantly to knowledge in probability and has had important applications in many other branches of mathematics, most notably in statistics and functional analysis.

Locally Semialgebraic Spaces

Procedures. Proceedings, 1981. Edited by S.I. Andersson and H.-D. Doebner. VII, 334 pages. 1983. Vol. 1038. ... 1039: Analytic Functions, Blazejewko 1982. Proceedings. ... K.D. Schmidt, Amarts and Set Function Processes. III, 258 pages.

Locally Semialgebraic Spaces

Locally Semialgebraic Spaces


Graph Theory Singapore 1983

1037: Non-linear Partial Differential Operators and Ouantization Procedures. Proceedings, 1981. ... K. D. Schmidt, Amarts and Set Function Processes. ... 1044: E. Gekeler, Discretization Methods for Stable initial Value Problems.

Graph Theory Singapore 1983

Graph Theory Singapore 1983


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