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P(xA U Xo(A)nAC) To see this , first consider the case p (xA U XAG ) > 0. Then by Markov property (a), all subsets of 8A U xAc also have positive p(•) value. 5) as { 21}) P(XA- U {21i22}) ... P(XA- URA) p(XA-) P(XA- U P(XA- U {21, ... -0) R(XA`) P(XA- U {21 }) where :kA = {21, ... , 2,n}. 5). , 2i}) = 0. ,2i_1}) As before, replace XA. by X8(A)nAc to conclude p(xe(A)nA- U{21...... i}) _ ❑ 0, hence p(*A U X8 (A)nA°) = 0. Let us briefly return to the microscopy example discussed in the beginning of this section .

Un obtained from n - 1 independent simulations of the binomial process. Rejecting the null hypothesis whenever the rank of Ul is at least k yields an exact test at level k/n, since under the null hypothesis each rank is equally likely. ), G() and J(•) provide valuable information on the process and have been applied successfully. Nevertheless , it is worth keeping in mind that no low-dimensional statistic fully characterises the distribution of the process [12; 18]. 2 A review of conditional intensities Turning attention to the dual case of exterior conditioning, the Papangelou conditional intensity a(•; •) associated with a simple point process X can be interpreted as A(x; x) dx = P(N(dx) = 11 X n (dx)` = x n (dx)°), the infinitesimal probability of finding a point in a region dx around x E X given that the point process agrees with the configuration x outside of dx.

Then E K g( x, X) = E [N(A) II{X E F}] = C(A x F) = I f II{(x, X) E A x F} dC (x, x) = g(x, x) dC(x, x). J X N f^* Using the linearity of the expectation and integral, the Campbell-Mecke formula holds for step functions. 9) is true for g(x, x) = II{(x,x) E B} for any B E B(X) x JVf. 9) holds for functions of the form F, 1 Q; If (x, x) E B; } and, by taking limits, for any non-negative or integrable function g(•, •). 19 The Campbell-Mecke formula provides an alternative way to calculate the mean number of r-close pairs in a homogeneous Poisson process (cf.