On stochastic processes whose trajectories have no discontinuities of the second kind
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It is shown that, under the condition(1) below, the trajectories of the stochastic process ζ(t) can, after replacing the ζ(t) process by an equivalent version η(t), at most have discontinuities of the first kind, i.e. simple jumps.
KeywordsStochastic Process Equivalent Version Simple Jump
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