# Continuous Time r.p.@ m.p.p.

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## Abstract

In continuous-time theory we use the same notations as we did in the discrete-case. This chapter starts with the definition of an r.p.@ m.p.p.. One component of an r.p.@ m.p.p. is a p.p. and we define it now. Since points are not always homogeneous we shall deal with so called m.p.p.’s. Let
where

*K*be a Polish space. The space*K*is called a*space of marks*and elements of it are called*marks*. Define$${N_K} = N(R \times K)$$

*N*(R × K) were introduced in Section 1.2. We write simply*N*if*K*consists of a single point.## Keywords

Stationary Distribution Ergodic Theorem Polish Space Type Relation Single Server Queue
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