Palm distributions for log Gaussian Cox processes

@inproceedings{Coeurjolly2017PalmDF,
  title={Palm distributions for log Gaussian Cox processes},
  author={Jean-François Coeurjolly and Jesper M\oller and Rasmus Waagepetersen},
  year={2017}
}
This paper establishes a remarkable result regarding Palm distributions for a log Gaussian Cox process: the reduced Palm distribution for a log Gaussian Cox process is itself a log Gaussian Cox process which only differs from the original log Gaussian Cox process in the intensity function. This new result is used to study functional summaries for log Gaussian Cox processes. 

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