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N T- j=l x. 't. I is the mean time spent by the process in state i . 2. THE STUDY OF RECURRENT STATE OCCUPANCY IN MARKOV PROCESSES A class of states is, by definition, that class of states which communicate among themselves, with the property that as soon as the process enters any of them it cannot leave this class of states. Any Markov process has at least one class of states. The transient states are associated with a class. It is possible for the process to enter this class from a transient state.

SN}, is the set of absorbant states of the Markov chain being considered. Let Q =II - QI and Q (i,)) be a cofactor of the (i, ))-th entrance in the Qmatrix. 2. Mean and variance of the random variables nj (which show how many times the system was in state i before making a transtition in an absorbant state) and t (number of transitions before the system arrives in an absorbant state) are given by the relations : (a) (nj)j (c) (t). k = _1 l: IQi k=1 I Q(k z). " CHAP1ER 1 24 (d) V (t). = 2 I s s L L k=1 j=1 S n ..

59b) k Proof. 3 with an appropriate change in the residual term. 3. 5. If Plj' i, j = 1, 2, ... 59), then: (2) if PhjU = 1,2, ... , h -1, h + 1, ... , N) are mutually independent random variables and pij =Pij (i, j = 1, 2, ... , N ; i 7;: h), then when k 7;: h, and when k = h, then: Proof. We shall give the fulLproof of part (1) of the above theorem; the proof of part (2) is essentially contained in the following proof. 59c) are influenced by· quadratic functions of xk and Xi as follows. J ~ J=k Pk k' - U~ U )2 1 ( kj )2 :s; ~U U 2 k=J = (1 - 2 1t ) .

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