# Efficient solution of the first passage problem by Path Integration for normal and Poissonian white noise

@article{Bucher2015EfficientSO, title={Efficient solution of the first passage problem by Path Integration for normal and Poissonian white noise}, author={Christian G. Bucher and Mario Di Paola}, journal={Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics}, year={2015}, volume={41}, pages={121-128} }

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