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If all states have period 1, the chain is called aperiodic. 18): ????i [Ti ] is the expected return time to i. The following result answers our question on the limiting behavior of p(n) . 7 For an irreducible Markov chain, the following are equivalent. ????(s) ̂ = ( 1+s 2 )N . The binomial theorem ( ) now enables us to identify ????i = 2−N Ni . 21) for all i, j ∈ S, where ????j is from a stationary distribution. For which Markov chains does such a result hold? There are (at least) three obstacles: 15 16 1 Stochastic Processes • There exists a unique stationary distribution ????.

17) holds, then ∏i−1 qj j=0 pj+1 ????i = ∑∞ ∏i−1 i=0 qj j=0 pj+1 . 17) holds if and only if p > 1∕2, in which case ????i = (q∕(1 − 2p))(q∕p)i , where q = 1 − p, an exponentially decaying stationary distribution. 3 Markov Chains in Discrete Time {Xm = i}, is distributed as the Markov chain (Xn )n≥0 with initial state X0 = i. It is often desirable to extend such a statement from deterministic times m to random times T. An important class of random times are the first passage times,9) Ti ∶= min{n ≥ 1 ∶ Xn = i}, i ∈ S.

5. 8). Pólya [17] provided the answer in 1921. 9 (Pólya’s theorem) A simple symmetric random walk on ℤd is recurrent if d = 1 or 2 but transient if d ≥ 3. We consider in more detail the case d = 1. Let Ta ∶= min{n ≥ 1 ∶ Sn = a}. 9 says that ℙ[T0 < ∞] = 1. The next result gives the distribution of T0 . 10 (i) For any( )n ∈ ℤ+ , 2−2n . ℙ[T0 = 2n] = (1∕(2n − 1)) 2n n (ii) ????[T0???? ] < ∞ if and only if ???? < 1∕2. We proceed by counting sample paths, following the classic treatment by Feller [20, chap.

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