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If the chain is not irreducible, we can use Theorems 2 and 3 to determine which states are recurrent and which are transient. Then every state in C is recurrent. You may send this item to up to five recipients. Remember me on this computer. As a first step in studying this Markov chain, we determine by inspe: English View all editions and formats.
States 1 and 2 both lead to 0, but neither can be reached from o. No Jpart of this work may bt! First, they have ibtroduction rich theory, much of which can be presented at an elementary level. An instructor using this text in a one-quarter course will probably not have time to cover the entire text.
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Introduction to Stochastic Processes
We have tried to select topics that are conceptually interesting and that have found fruitful application in various branches of science and technology. Little can be said about such random variables unless SOlne additional structure is imposed upon them. I We can use our decornposition of the state space of a Markov chain to understand the behavior of such a system.
Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Some of the proofs in Chapt,ers 1 and 2 are some’Nhat more difficult than the rest of the text, and they appear in appendices to these: Advanced Search Find a Library. In this case we: It follows that every state in C is recurrent. Paul G Hoel Publisher: With a View Toward Applications Statistics: Ruth Goldstein for her excellent typing.
We see from Theorem 2 that 1 and 2 must both be transient states.
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Hoel, Port, Stone – Introduction to Stochastic Processes
The Markov property is defined precisely by the requirenlent that for every choice of the nonnegative integer 11 and the numbers Xo. Branching and queuing chains 33 1. The Theory of Optimal Stopping I. Since y leads to x and x leads to z, we conclude that y leads to z.
More like this Similar Items. It follows from Theorem 2 that if C is an irreducible closed set, then either every state in C is recurrent or every state in C is transient. If C is closed, then a Markov chain starting in C will, with probability one, stay in C for all time. We have seen that either every state in C is transient or every state in C is recurrent, and that C has at least one recurrent state. We can use this added information to compute the joint distribution of XoXl.