“Probability theory has always generated its problems by its contact with other areas. There are very few problems that are generated by its own internal structure. This is partly because, once stripped of everything else, a probability space is essentially the unit interval with Lebesgue measure.”
- Brownian Motion
- Compact Group
- Standard Brownian Motion
- Local Martingale
- Compound Poisson Process
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Applebaum, D. (2005). Lévy Processes in Euclidean Spaces and Groups. In: Schürmann, M., Franz, U. (eds) Quantum Independent Increment Processes I. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol 1865. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/11376569_1
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