Finite Markov chains and recurrent events.
Hardie, Charles H
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Many processes or systems can be fully or partially described by using that part of the probability theory called "stochastic processes." The term stochastic process is usually used when a change of state of a process may occur with time. A Markov process is a stochastic process where the probability of the process being in some state in the future depends only on the state which the process is presently in. A Markov chain is a Markov process which may occupy only a finite number of a denumerably infinite number of states. [TRUNCATED]
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