## Essentials of Stochastic ProcessesThis test is designed for a Master's Level course in stochastic processes. It features the introduction and use of martingales, which allow one to do much more with Brownian motion, e.g., option pricing, and queueing theory is integrated into the Continuous Time Markov Chain and Renewal Theory chapters as examples. |

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2 Poisson Processes | 93 |

Chapter
3 Renewal Processes | 119 |

Chapter
4 Continuous Time Markov Chains | 139 |

Chapter
5 Martingales | 185 |

Chapter
6 Mathematical Finance | 209 |

Appendix
A Review of Probability | 241 |

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