Independent Increment Process

It is a process  where sustained increases in non-overlapping time intervals, are independent random variables. So given the time:






The random variables, equal to the increases of the process Y:







are independent.

When the increments suffered in intervals of equal length, are equally distributed, the process is called homogeneous with independent increments.

Bibliography

AA.VV., Matematica Finanziaria, Monduzzi Editore, 1998.

Grinstead M. C., Snell J. L., Introduction to Probability, American Mathematical Society, 1997.  

Editor: Giuliano DI TOMMASO