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These are chosen with transition probabilities P(v, dO. where 77(17, dC) are defined by Tf(r}) = lfU)piv. dC) for /eC(X); (b) (c) Brownian motion on [0, 1] with reflecting barriers at 0 and 1; and Brownian motion on [0, 1] with absorbing barriers at 0 and 1. A natural question is whether a Markov generator is determined by its values on a dense subset of C{X). A negative answer is provided by examples (b) and (c) above, since in that case the two generators agree on the intersection of their domains, which is dense.

12), we see that g=f-xnf. 13) also, it follows that so in particular,/G D{X). Thus (/ - AÖ)"^ maps D(X) into D{X). n)-,^[(l+Ae)/-Arr^A, whenever geD{X) and A satisfies AM/(1 + A£)<1. Since [(1 + A e ) / - A r r ^ is a positive operator, this relation can be iterated to yield A(z-Aär"g^[(l+A8)/-Arr"A, for the same class of g and A. 9 gives part (c) of the theorem. Part (d) follows from part (c) by taking the li(S) norm of both sides of that inequality. 14. 8). 2, and let S^it) and S(t) be the semigroups generated by 0^"^ and Ü respectively.

9. Using the above equality, compute for r < t = EYiv,-r)- I mVs)ds-Sit-r)fU)+fU) Jo = fiVr)-\ mVs)ds. Jo 44 I. The Construction, and Other General Results Therefore P^ is a solution to the martingale problem. For the uniqueness statement, fix 77 e X and let P be any solution to the martingale problem for 11 with initial point 77. Clearly P is also a solution to the martingale problem for ft with initial point 17. 8 an fe ^ ( Ü ) so that {X-ä)f=g. 4) L ^. Jr = f{Vr) for r

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