is generated from the stationary Markov distribution function defined on the domain

What does that last term mean? Specifically, what's the epsilon underbar and epsilon overbar stuff?

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- Mar 16th 2010, 06:13 PMgarymarkhovNotation (Underbar and Overbar)
is generated from the stationary Markov distribution function defined on the domain

What does that last term mean? Specifically, what's the epsilon underbar and epsilon overbar stuff? - Mar 16th 2010, 06:27 PMAnonymous1
I believe that means infimum and supremum.

So the interval is the "stretchy" min and max of - Mar 16th 2010, 06:36 PMgarymarkhov
- Mar 16th 2010, 06:40 PMAnonymous1
Engineering proof: by example.

Say we have a set What is the maximum? The answer is, there is no maximum. This is because there are infinitely many numbers between any two points. So, we call the of the set

Like a banished emperor, it rules from without. - Mar 17th 2010, 02:25 AMgarymarkhov
- Mar 17th 2010, 08:09 AMAnonymous1
The set INCLUDES the infimum and supremum. This may not be of great concern to you anyhow, and it may just mean min and max. Post back if any issues arise.