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Immigration structures associated with Dawson-Watanabe superprocesses



The immigration structure associated with a measure-valued branching process may be described by a skew convolution semigroup. For the special type of measure-valued branching process, the Dawson-Watanabe superprocess, we show that a skew convolution semigroup corresponds uniquely to an infinitely divisible probability measure on the space of entrance laws for the underlying process. An immigration process associated with a Borel right superprocess does not always have a right continuous realization, but it can always be obtained by transformation from a Borel right one in an enlarged state space.

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