An introduction to continuity, extrema, and related topics for general Gaussian processes

by Robert J. Adler

Publisher: Institute of Mathematical Statistics in Hayward, Calif

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-155) and indexes.

StatementRobert J. Adler.
SeriesLecture notes-monograph series ;, v. 12
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LC ClassificationsQA274.4 .A43 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 160 p. ;
Number of Pages160
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Open LibraryOL1897260M
ISBN 10094060017X
LC Control Number90083130

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References and Suggested Reading Jean‐Marc Azäis Université de Toulouse, Institut de Mathématiques, Laboratoire de Statistiques et Probabilités, Toulouse, France. CONTINUITY OF GAUSSIAN PROCESSES BY M. MARCUS AND L. SHEPP Abstract. We give a proof of Fernique's theorem that if Xis a stationary Gaussian process and a2(h) =E(X(h) - X(O))2 then X has continuous sample paths provided that, for some E > O, a(h).

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The above finding was extended in various directions, including α(t)-locally-stationary Gaussian processes (see [14]), and general non-stationary Gaussian processes and random fields, see e.g.

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In particular, on page (exercise ) he notes that if $(X_t)$ is Gaussian, and stationary with $\mathbb{E}|X_u-X_0|^2\sim 1/|\log(u)|$ the sample paths are discontinuous, though the process is continuous in probability.

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Some examples, where this hypothesis is satisfied, can be found in [9] and [10]. References III Adler R.J. The Geometry of Random Fields.

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