Welcome to the hotseat. We've prepared a
guide
if you'd like to read more about how it works.
Login
Remember
Register
Actuarial Science Hotseat
Q&A
Questions
Unanswered
Categories
Users
Ask a Question
Ask a Question
What does lim(inf)(measure) mean notationally?
0
votes
74
views
asked
Apr 25, 2018
in
STA 3045F - Adv. Stochastic Processes
by
Daniel
(
490
points)
Can someone please explain to me what
\(lim_{n\to\infty} P(B_{n})\)
means
notationally?
Please
log in
or
register
to add a comment.
Please
log in
or
register
to answer this question.
0
Answers
Related questions
What is the difference between the discounted mean term and the volatility of interest rates?
Hi, does anyone know the what the difference between ux and mx is in the exposed to risk section?
Is the mean of the NPVs not just their sum divided by seven?
Translation invariance
How do I show that a weibull is NOT memoryless? Q3A below
Welcome to Actuarial Science hotseat, where you can ask questions and receive answers from other members of the community.
Click
here
for our guide to using the hotseat.
Categories
All categories
BUS 1003H - Introduction to Financial Risk
(52)
BUS 2016H - Financial Mathematics
(62)
BUS 3018F - Models
(74)
BUS 3024S - Contingencies
(65)
BUS 4028F - Financial Economics
(39)
BUS 4027W - Actuarial Risk Management
(64)
BUS 4029H - Research Project
(5)
Mphil
(1)
Calculus and Pure Mathematics
(4)
Statistics
(16)
STA 2004F - Statistical Theory and Inference
(4)
STA 2005S - Linear Models
(0)
STA 3041F - Time Series and Markov Chains
(3)
STA 3045F - Adv. Stochastic Processes
(6)
STA 3043S - Decision Theory & Generalised Linear Models
(1)
Acsci Hotseat Help
(6)
...