Hunt process

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In probability theory, a Hunt process is a strong Markov process which is quasi-left continuous with respect to the minimum completed admissible filtration \{ F_t \}_{t\geq 0}.

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  • Book review of Fukushima, Oshima, Takeda, Dirichlet Forms and Symmetric Markov Processes (de Gruyter Studies in Mathematics 19). Reviewed by Daniel W. Stroock, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society (new series) v. 33 n. 1, Jan 1996.