Difference between Standard and Non-standard Wiener process?

 
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What is the difference between Standard and Non-standard Wiener process?

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Wikipedia does not mention your terms:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiener_process

Additionally this looks quite purely mathematics/physics question.

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Great useful link. The thing I needed something like that a lot.
 
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Yeah, thus imagine how difficult it is to find this stuff. I tried to put this into as accurate place as possible :(

 
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How about http://math.stackexchange.com/ Mathematics forum? Of course maybe somebody is knowledgeable here also.

 
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thanks :)

 
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The Wiener process involves getting accepted to congress and taking inappropriate pictures of yourself.

All jokes aside, the only reason I can think you might want to use that is to make a screensaver, which by the way would be awesome.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wiener_process_animated.gif

 
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The Wiener process involves getting accepted to congress and taking inappropriate pictures of yourself.

All jokes aside, the only reason I can think you might want to use that is to make a screensaver, which by the way would be awesome.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wiener_process_animated.gif

LOL

No, I needed that for my studies, but I really didn't know where to post that. The guy who suggested me to try in http://math.stackexchange.com did a great job.

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