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Set Q(A) = -log P0 (A), observing immediately that Q(A) ~ 0 and that by (ii) it is finitely additive. ) < oo and A.! 0. For A.! )--+ 0 as required. To show that Q( ·)is nonatomic, observe that, by (i), 0 = Pr{N{x} > 0} = 1- e-Q({x)> so that Q( {x}) = 0 for every x. It remains to show that Q( ·) is boundedly finite, which is equivalent to P0 (A) > 0 for any bounded Borel set A. Suppose the contrary for some set A, which without loss of generality we may assume to be closed, for if not, 0 :::;; P0 (A) :::;; P0 (A) = 0, whence P0 (,4) = 0.

N(Ak) are mutually independent. The most important result is contained in the following lemma. VI. s. V. Then there exists a boundedly finite nonatomic Borel measure A(·) such that P0 (A) = Pr{N(A) = 0} = e-A for all bounded Borel sets A. PROOF. Set Q(A) = -log P0 (A), observing immediately that Q(A) ~ 0 and that by (ii) it is finitely additive. ) < oo and A.! 0. For A.! )--+ 0 as required. To show that Q( ·)is nonatomic, observe that, by (i), 0 = Pr{N{x} > 0} = 1- e-Q({x)> so that Q( {x}) = 0 for every x.

P'(z)/P'(l) and that this is the same as for the number of aunts, or nth great-aunts, of this individual. f. 4. f. 3. Some More Recent Developments The Period during and following World War II saw an explosive growth in theory and applications of stochastic processes. On the one hand, many new applications were introduced and existing fields of application were extended and deepened; on the other hand, there was also an attempt to unify the subject by defining more clearly the basic theoretical concepts.