Potential theory in probability

Something about harmonic functions or whatever



Placeholder. I am unfamiliar with potential theory a thing in itself. I keep running in to it, in Markov stochastic proccesses and in graphical models and would like to know that I understand the tools I am using properly. Some at least of the results seems to be terminological updates of words I know already, other perhaps not.

References

Doyle, Peter G, and J Laurie Snell. 1984. Random Walks and Electric Networks. Washington, D.C.: Mathematical Association of America.
Kallenberg, Olav. 2002. Foundations of Modern Probability. 2nd ed. Probability and Its Applications. New York: Springer-Verlag.
Kjærulff, Uffe B., and Anders L. Madsen. 2008. Bayesian Networks and Influence Diagrams. Information Science and Statistics. New York, NY: Springer New York.
Kuehn, Christian. 2008. Introduction to Potential Theory via Applications.” arXiv:0804.4689 [Math], April.
Privault, Nicolas. 2008. Potential Theory in Classical Probability.” In Quantum Potential Theory, edited by Uwe Franz and Michael Schürmann, 1954:3–59. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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