Weak Convergence of a Planar Random Evolution to the Wiener Process
The weak convergence of the distributions of a symmetrical random evolution in a plane controlled by a continuous-time homogeneous Markov chain with n, n≥3, states to the distribution of a two-dimensional Brownian motion, as the intensity of transitions tends to infinity, is proved.
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