Mauser Selbstlader [Manual]

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58) that the flux rjt is stationary (see, for example, Chapter XI in [13]). We use fluxes of form Eq. (1-57) with a given probability po(t) = P(k = 0; t) on the interval [0,t]. The Palm flux is known to be fully defined by po(t) [13] such that f(x) = -p"(x)/p'(0), f1(x) = -p'(x), x>0. 59) If directly follows from Eq. 58) that Po(t) 1 = - / f°° p Jt [1 - F(f)]df. Therefore, p"(t)>0, |p'(0)"<+oo, p 0 (+oo) = 0. 60) It is not difficult to show that Eq. 60) implies inequality p'0 < 0. Suppose that a given non-negative function pa{t),t > 0 satisfies condition of Eq.

We use fluxes of form Eq. (1-57) with a given probability po(t) = P(k = 0; t) on the interval [0,t]. The Palm flux is known to be fully defined by po(t) [13] such that f(x) = -p"(x)/p'(0), f1(x) = -p'(x), x>0. 59) If directly follows from Eq. 58) that Po(t) 1 = - / f°° p Jt [1 - F(f)]df. Therefore, p"(t)>0, |p'(0)"<+oo, p 0 (+oo) = 0. 60) It is not difficult to show that Eq. 60) implies inequality p'0 < 0. Suppose that a given non-negative function pa{t),t > 0 satisfies condition of Eq. 60). It is then not difficult to verify that functions of Eq.

55 Let / € L\{X) be the solution of the equation f(x) = Jk(x',x)f(x')dx, + ^(x) X and p2 e Loo(X).

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