A Bayesian approach to binary response curve estimation by Ishiguro M., Sakamoto Y.

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I'--".. 1. M"'. r / Analytic and Empirical Evidences of Isoperimetric Processes 23 We define the au hypothesis or model of stock prices by stating that V is an arnstein- Uhlenbec~ process. Actually under the au it will often only be used that V is stationary, ergodic, and Gaussian. The Brownian motion model of stock prices implies the au in equilibrium. The converse is true if p = corr[V(n), V(n + 1)] and only then. d. g. [24]). To examine the au it could be natural to delete a few terms in the very beginning of the series but we will not do that here.

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2. {Vt E T, n {X(s), s E B(t, e) £>0 n S} i: 0} = 1.

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