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The modeling of randomly modulated jump processes

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We treat the problem of modeling events happening randomly in time at a rate determined by some other random "signal" process. It is shown that a martingale model includes all previously proposed models for such problems and also covers the difficult case of "past-dependent" signals that arises in feedback communication and control problems. It turns out that this model is very similar to the well-known signal-in-additive-white-Gaussian-noise model, so that it can be used conveniently in solving problems of detection of signals in jump processes and estimation of signals from jump processes.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 2 )

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Mar 1975

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