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The Poisson process is one of the most widely used models of a continuous time stochastic process. Along with Brownian motion, it can be considered as a fundamental example of such processes. The Poisson process is a counting process Nt, t ≥ 0, (a non-decreasing integer-valued process which counts the number of ‘points’ or ‘events’ up to time t) indexed by… (More)


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