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(n) (n) These inequalities imply that pjj < if and only if pii < This n=1 n=1 proves part (a) In fact the proof shows that i j and j i implies that both states i and j are recurrent or that both states i and j are transient (b) Since the states of C are recurrent, we have by de nition that fii = 1 for all i C Choose now i, j C with j = i By Lemma 352 j i Hence there is (m) an integer m 1 with pji > 0 Let r be the smallest integer m 1 for which (m) pji > 0 Then
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Since fjj = 1, we get from this inequality that fij = 1 The inequalities in (351) (k) imply that the sequence {pii , k 1} has a positive Cesaro limit if and only if the (k) sequence {pjj , k 1} has a positive Cesaro limit It now follows from (331) in Theorem 331 that jj < if and only if ii < Theorem 354 Let R be the set of recurrent states of the Markov chain Suppose that the set R is not empty Then (a) the set R is a closed set, (b) the set R can be uniquely split into disjoint irreducible subsets R1 , R2 , (called recurrent subclasses) Proof (a) Choose any state r R Let s be any state such that prs > 0 The set R is closed if we can show that s R Since state r is recurrent and state s is accessible from state r, state r must also be accessible from state s If not, there
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would be a positive probability of never returning to state r, contradicting the fact (v) that state r is recurrent Hence there is a positive integer v such that psr > 0 For any integer k,
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(v+k+1) (v) (k) psr prr prs , pss (n) (v) (k) implying that pss psr prs prr Since state r is recurrent, it now n=1 k=1 follows from Lemma 351 that state s is recurrent Hence s R (b) We rst observe that the following two properties hold: (P1) If state i communicates with state j and state i communicates with state k, then the states j and k communicate (P2) If state j is recurrent and state k is accessible from state j , then state j is accessible from state k The rst property is obvious The second property was in fact proved in part (a) De ne now for each i R the set C(i) as the set of all states j that communicate with state i The set C(i) is not empty since i communicates with itself by de nition Further, by part (a), C(i) R To prove that the set C(i) is closed, let j C(i) and let k be any state with pjk > 0 Then we must verify that i k and k i From i j and j k it follows that i k Since j i, the relation k i follows when we can verify that k j The relation k j follows directly from property P2, since j is recurrent by the proof of part (a) of Theorem 353 Moreover, the foregoing arguments show that any two states in C(i) communicate It now follows from Lemma 352 that C(i) is an irreducible set Also, using the properties P1 and P2, it is readily veri ed that C(i) = C(j ) if i and j communicate and that C(i) C(j ) is empty otherwise This completes the proof of part (b)
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De nition 352 Let i be a recurrent state The period of state i is said to be d if (n) d is the greatest common divisor of the indices n 1 for which pii > 0 A state i with period d = 1 is said to be aperiodic Lemma 355 (a) Let C be an irreducible set consisting of recurrent states Then all states in C have the same period (n) (b) If state i is aperiodic, then there is an integer n0 such that pii > 0 for all n n0 Proof (a) Denote by d(k) the period of state k C Choose i, j C with j = i By Lemma 352 we have i j and j i Hence there are integers v, w 1 (v) (w) (n) such that pij > 0 and pji > 0 Let n be any positive integer with pjj > 0 Then
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(n+v+w) the rst inequality in (351) implies that pii > 0 and so n+v +w is divisible (n) by d(i) Thus we nd that n is divisible by d(i) whenever pjj > 0 This implies that d(i) d(j ) For reasons of symmetry, d(j ) d(i) Hence d(i) = d(j ) which veri es part (a) (n) (b) Let A = {n 1 | pii > 0} The index set A is closed in the sense that (n+m) (n) (m) pii pii Since n + m A when n A and m A This follows from pii
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