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Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 283-302 |

Number of pages | 20 |

Journal | Communications on Stochastic Analysis |

Volume | 7 |

Issue number | 2 |

Publication status | Published - Jun 2013 |

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*Communications on Stochastic Analysis*,

*7*(2), 283-302.

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*Communications on Stochastic Analysis*, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 283-302.

**Fluctuation properties of compound Poisson-Erlang Lévy processes.** / Paris, Richard B.; Vinogradov, Vladimir.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Fluctuation properties of compound Poisson-Erlang Lévy processes

AU - Paris, Richard B.

AU - Vinogradov, Vladimir

PY - 2013/6

Y1 - 2013/6

N2 - We derive an expression in terms of the Wright function for the density of the ﬁrst-passage times (or FPT’s) for the Poisson-Erlang Levy processes. For Poisson-exponential processes, we establish an analogue of Zolotarev space-time duality between the original process and its FPT process “truncated” at zero. We show that an asymptotic duality holds in the sense of weak convergence, thereby providing an interpretation of the Letac-Mora reciprocity. The corresponding limits in the sense of convergence in mean and in mean square have an additional multiplier, which is also present in the asymptotic relationship between the marginals of a Poisson-Erlang process and its “truncated” FPT process. We prove that for Poisson-exponential processes, the FPT and the overshoot are independent.

AB - We derive an expression in terms of the Wright function for the density of the ﬁrst-passage times (or FPT’s) for the Poisson-Erlang Levy processes. For Poisson-exponential processes, we establish an analogue of Zolotarev space-time duality between the original process and its FPT process “truncated” at zero. We show that an asymptotic duality holds in the sense of weak convergence, thereby providing an interpretation of the Letac-Mora reciprocity. The corresponding limits in the sense of convergence in mean and in mean square have an additional multiplier, which is also present in the asymptotic relationship between the marginals of a Poisson-Erlang process and its “truncated” FPT process. We prove that for Poisson-exponential processes, the FPT and the overshoot are independent.

M3 - Article

VL - 7

SP - 283

EP - 302

JO - Communications on Stochastic Analysis

JF - Communications on Stochastic Analysis

SN - 0973-9599

IS - 2

ER -