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Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
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Distances between two-state Markov processes attainable by Markov joinings

Author: Martin H. Ellis
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 241 (1978), 129-153
MSC: Primary 28A65
MathSciNet review: 0486409
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Abstract: The function which assigns to each pair of two-state Markov processes the set of partition distances between them attainable by a Markov process on their joint atoms is computed. It is found that the infimum of these distances, the ``Markov distance'' between the pair, fails to satisfy the Triangle Inequality, hence fails to be a metric; thus in some cases the $ \overline d $-distance between two two-state Markov processes cannot be attained by a Markov process on their joint atoms.

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PII: S 0002-9947(1978)0486409-1
Keywords: Stationary stochastic process, Markov process, joint process, partition distance, $ \overline d $-distance, Markov joining, attaining $ \overline d $, Markov joining attaining $ \overline d $, distances attainable by Markov joinings
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