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The moments of first entrance time distributions 57 Notes. Theorem 1 is elementary; Theorem 2 is Theorem 96 III HARDY [1J; the other Tauberian theorem cited is a consequence of Theorem 108 there. 1) in the case 1ni i < 00. Similar methods have been used by FELLER [2J in obtaining further results mentioned in the notes on § 6. The new proof of the ratio limit theorem is the original one announced in CHUNG [1 J. For the individual ratio limit theorem in a chain with independent increments, stated in a more specific form but equivalent to the general result, see CHUNG and ERDOS [1J; there is a complement due to KEMENY .
If either j E H or i"'" H then HP;} < 00. Proof. If jEH then HP\j)-::;'JP\j)=j;'j). 1. Next, let kEH, k *i and i"",k so that kP;'k)=/j'r»O for some m~ 1. _ j(n+tn) kijkjk=kik -ik' I t follows that o We proceed to derive two general formulas. : HP\1 1'=1 respectively and applying § 5, Lemma A, we 46 ,1. Discrete parameter obtain (9) (10) provided that kf£H and the limit on the right side exists. These two formulas are completely general, from which simpler ones will emerge under certain mild assumptions, as we shall noVl' see.
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