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Counting Processes and Queues. Stochastic Intensity, General Case. Random Changes of Time. The Structure of Internal Histories.
Regenerative Form of the Intensity. Hilbert-Space Theory of Poissonian Martingales. The Theory of Innovations. State Estimates for Queues and Markov Chains. Continuous States and Nontrivial Prehistory. The Historical Results and the Filtering Method.
Burke’s Output Theorem for Networks.
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Cascades and Loops in Jackson’s Networks. Independence and Poissonian Flows in Markov Chains.
Radon-Nikodym Derivatives and Tests of Hypotheses. Changes of Intensities “a la Girsanov”.
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Filtering by the Method of the Probability of Reference. The Capacity of a Point-Process Channel. Dynamic Programming for Intensity Controls: A Case Study in Impulsive Control. Existence via Likelihood Ratio. Counting Measure and Intensity Kernels. Martingale Representation and Filtering.
Towards a General Theory of Intensity. The Product and Exponential Formulas.