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Mat. Zametki, 1968, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 93–102 (Mi mz6656)  

The Martin boundary for a portion of a Markov chain

D. I. Shparo

M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University

Abstract: In this note we study the connection between the Martin boundaries of a non-recurrent Markov chain and its parts.

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Mathematical Notes, 1968, 3:1, 55–60

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UDC: 519.2
Received: 24.07.1967

Citation: D. I. Shparo, “The Martin boundary for a portion of a Markov chain”, Mat. Zametki, 3:1 (1968), 93–102; Math. Notes, 3:1 (1968), 55–60

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