Multi operator-stable random measures and fields

  title={Multi operator-stable random measures and fields},
  author={Dustin Kremer and Hans-Peter Scheffler},
  journal={Stochastic Models},
  pages={429 - 468}
Abstract In this paper we construct vector-valued multi operator-stable random measures that behave locally like operator-stable random measures. The space of integrable functions is characterized in terms of a certain quasi-norm. Moreover, a multi operator-stable moving-average representation of a random field is presented which behaves locally like an operator-stable random field which is also operator-self-similar. 
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