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IX: 30, 496-514, LNM 465 (1975)
SHARPE, Michael J.
Homogeneous extensions of random measures (Markov processes)
Homogeneous random measures are the appropriate definition of additive functionals which may explode. The problem discussed here is the extension of such a measure given up to a terminal time into a measure defined up to the lifetime
Comment: The subject is taken over in a systematic way in Sharpe, General Theory of Markov processes, Academic Press 1988
Keywords: Homogeneous random measures, Terminal times, Subprocesses
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