## Topics in Stochastic ProcessesStochastic Processes, Introduction, Covariance functions, Second order calculus, Karhunen-loeve expansion, Estimation problems, Notes; Spectral theory and prediction, Introduction, L Stochastic integrals, Decomposition of stationary processes, Examples of discrete parameter processes, Discrete parameter prediction: Special cases, Discrete parameter prediction: General solution, Examples of continuous parameter processes; Continuos parameter prediction special cases; yaglom's method, Some stochastic differential equations, Continuos parameter prediction: remarks on the general solution, Notes; Ergodic theory, Ergodicity and mixing, The pointwise ergodic theorem, Applications to real analysis, Applications to Markov chains, The Shannon-mcMillan theorem, Notes; Sample function analysis of continuous parameter stochastic processes, Separability, Measurability, One-Dimensional brownian motion, Law of the iterated logarithm, Markov processes, Processes with independent increments, Continuous parameter martingales, The strong Markov property, Notes; The ito integral and stochastic differential equations, Definitions of the ito integral, Existence and uniqueness theorems for stochastic differential equations, Stochastic differentials: A chain rule, Notes. |

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Spectral Theory and Prediction | 50 |

Ergodic Theory | 113 |

Sample Function Analysis of Continuous Parameter | 161 |

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