How long does it take a transient Bessel process to reach its future infimum?

Zhan Shi

Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg (1996)

  • Volume: 30, page 207-217

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Shi, Zhan. "How long does it take a transient Bessel process to reach its future infimum?." Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg 30 (1996): 207-217. <>.

author = {Shi, Zhan},
journal = {Séminaire de probabilités de Strasbourg},
keywords = {transient Bessel process; integral criterion; upper functions},
language = {fre},
pages = {207-217},
publisher = {Springer - Lecture Notes in Mathematics},
title = {How long does it take a transient Bessel process to reach its future infimum?},
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volume = {30},
year = {1996},

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PB - Springer - Lecture Notes in Mathematics
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