Springer, 2000. — 608 p. — (Monographs in Mathematics, Vol.94) — ISBN: 3764362081From the reviews: "The text is almost self-contained and requires only an elementary knowledge of probability theory at the graduate level. The book under review is recommended to mathematicians, physicists and graduate students interested in mathematical physics and stochastic processes. Furthermore, some selected chapters can be used as sub-textbooks for advanced courses on stochastic processes, quantum theory and quantum chemistry." Contents Markov Processes Time Reversal and Duality Non-Relativistic Quantum Theory Stationary Schrodinger Processes Construction of the Schrodinger Processes Markov Processes with Jumps Relativistic Quantum Particles Stochastic Differential Equations of Pure-Jumps Variational Principle for Relativistic Quantum Particles Time Dependent Subordination and Markov Processes with Jumps Concave Majorants of Levy Processes and the Light Cone The Locality in Quantum Physics Micro Statistical Theory Processes on Open Time Intervals Creation and Killing of Particles The Itõ Calculus
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