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Advanced Topics in Probability

Advanced Topics in Probability
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Publisher: New York University
Number of pages: 203

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Topics: Brownian Motion; Continuous Parameter Martingales; Diffusion Processes; Weak convergence and Compactness; Stochastic Integrals and Ito's formula; Markov Processes, Kolmogorov's equations; Stochastic Differential Equations; Existence and Uniqueness; Girsanov Formula; Random Time Change; The two dimensional case; The General Case; Limit Theorems; Reflected Brownian Motion; Reflection in higher dimensions; Invariant Measures.

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