Strictly $\varphi$-sub-Gaussian quasi shot noise processes
AbstractIn the paper, strictly $\varphi$-sub-Gaussian quasi shot noise processes are considered. There are obtained estimates for distribution of supremum of such a process defined on a compact set and formulated conditions for its sample functions continuity with probability one.
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