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V: 31, 342-346, LNM 191 (1971)

**WEIL, Michel**

Décomposition d'un temps terminal (Markov processes)

It is shown that for a Hunt process, a terminal time can be represented as the infimum of a previsible terminal time, and a totally inaccessible terminal time

Keywords: Terminal times

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V: 33, 362-372, LNM 191 (1971)

**WEIL, Michel**

Conditionnement par rapport au passé strict (Markov processes)

Given a totally inaccessible terminal time $T$, it is shown how to compute conditional expectations of the future with respect to the strict past $\sigma$-field ${\cal F}_{T-}$. The formula involves the Lévy system of the process

Comment: B. Maisonneuve pointed out once that the paper, though essentially correct, has a small mistake somewhere. See Dellacherie-Meyer,*Probabilité et Potentiels,* Chap. XX **46**--48

Keywords: Terminal times, Lévy systems

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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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X: 05, 44-77, LNM 511 (1976)

**KUNITA, Hiroshi**

Absolute continuity for Markov processes (Markov processes)

This paper is devoted to a ``progressive'' Lebesgue decomposition of the laws of a Markov process with respect to a second one in the same filtration, and the structure of the corresponding density. The two processes are assumed to be Hunt processes, and for part of the paper satisfy Hunt's hypothesis (K) (all excessive functions are regular, or semi-polar sets are polar). The topics discussed are the following: Lévy systems and the relation between the Lévy systems of a process and of its transform by a multiplicative functional; structure of exact perfect terminal times, which are shown to be hitting times of sets in space-time, by the process $(X_{t-},X_t)$ (a version of a result of Walsh-Weil,*Ann. Sci. ENS,* **5**, 1972); the ``Lebesgue decomposition'' of a Markov process with respect to another, and the fact that if absolute continuity holds on the germ field it also holds up to some maximal terminal time; a condition for this terminal time to be equal to the lifetime, under hypothesis (K)

Comment: The pasting together of the Lebesgue decompositions of a probability measure with respect to another one, on the $\sigma$-fields of a given filtration, is called the*Kunita decomposition,* and is not restricted to Markov processes. For the general case, see Yoeurp, in LN **1118**, *Grossissements de filtrations,* 1985

Keywords: Absolute continuity of laws, Hunt processes, Terminal times, Kunita decomposition

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Décomposition d'un temps terminal (Markov processes)

It is shown that for a Hunt process, a terminal time can be represented as the infimum of a previsible terminal time, and a totally inaccessible terminal time

Keywords: Terminal times

Nature: Original

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V: 33, 362-372, LNM 191 (1971)

Conditionnement par rapport au passé strict (Markov processes)

Given a totally inaccessible terminal time $T$, it is shown how to compute conditional expectations of the future with respect to the strict past $\sigma$-field ${\cal F}_{T-}$. The formula involves the Lévy system of the process

Comment: B. Maisonneuve pointed out once that the paper, though essentially correct, has a small mistake somewhere. See Dellacherie-Meyer,

Keywords: Terminal times, Lévy systems

Nature: Original

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IX: 30, 496-514, LNM 465 (1975)

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,

Keywords: Homogeneous random measures, Terminal times, Subprocesses

Nature: Original

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X: 05, 44-77, LNM 511 (1976)

Absolute continuity for Markov processes (Markov processes)

This paper is devoted to a ``progressive'' Lebesgue decomposition of the laws of a Markov process with respect to a second one in the same filtration, and the structure of the corresponding density. The two processes are assumed to be Hunt processes, and for part of the paper satisfy Hunt's hypothesis (K) (all excessive functions are regular, or semi-polar sets are polar). The topics discussed are the following: Lévy systems and the relation between the Lévy systems of a process and of its transform by a multiplicative functional; structure of exact perfect terminal times, which are shown to be hitting times of sets in space-time, by the process $(X_{t-},X_t)$ (a version of a result of Walsh-Weil,

Comment: The pasting together of the Lebesgue decompositions of a probability measure with respect to another one, on the $\sigma$-fields of a given filtration, is called the

Keywords: Absolute continuity of laws, Hunt processes, Terminal times, Kunita decomposition

Nature: Original

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