By Philip Ernst and others

Consider the motion of a Brownian particle in *n* dimensions, whose coordinate processes are standard Brownian motions with zero drift initially, and then at some random/unobservable time, exactly *k* of the coordinate processes get a (known) non-zero drift permanently. Given that the position of the Brownian particle is being observed... Show more

May 9, 2023

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