DMTCS Proceedings, Discrete Random Walks, DRW'03

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DMTCS Conference vol AC (2003), pp. 127-136


Discrete Random Walks, DRW'03

Cyril Banderier and Christian Krattenthaler (eds.)

DMTCS Conference Volume AC (2003), pp. 127-136

author: Michael L. Green, Alan Krinik, Carrie Mortensen, Gerardo Rubino and Randall J. Swift
title: Transient Probability Functions: A Sample Path Approach
keywords: sample paths; dual processes; transient probability functions; Markov process; randomization.
abstract: A new approach is used to determine the transient probability functions of Markov processes. This new solution method is a sample path counting approach and uses dual processes and randomization. The approach is illustrated by determining transient probability functions for a three-state Markov process. This approach also provides a way to calculate transient probability functions for Markov processes which have specific sample path characteristics.
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reference: Michael L. Green and Alan Krinik and Carrie Mortensen and Gerardo Rubino and Randall J. Swift (2003), Transient Probability Functions: A Sample Path Approach, in Discrete Random Walks, DRW'03, Cyril Banderier and Christian Krattenthaler (eds.), Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science Proceedings AC, pp. 127-136
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