Accession Number : AD0690117
Title : CRITERIA FOR THE CONTINUITY AND DIFFERENTIABILITY OF VECTOR PARAMETER PROCESSES,
Corporate Author : BROWN UNIV PROVIDENCE R I CENTER FOR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
Personal Author(s) : Kushner,H. J.
Report Date : 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 26
Abstract : Let f(x) be a real or vector valued random process whose parameter set R is a bounded set in Euclidean n-space. Following the usual terminology, a version of f(x) is any process f tilde (x) defined on R which satisfies P(f(x) = f tilde (x)) =1 for each x epsilon R. It is sometimes useful to assert that there exists a version of f(x) which is (with probability one) continuous, Holder continuous, or perhaps differentiable in some component. Also estimates of the type P(sup (x epsilon R)/f(x)/> epsilon) may be desired for these versions. Illustrative examples are given.
Descriptors : (*FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS, *STOCHASTIC PROCESSES), MEASURE THEORY, SET THEORY, BANACH SPACE, PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, CONTROL SYSTEMS, TOPOLOGY, THEOREMS
Subject Categories : Statistics and Probability
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE