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XII: 28, 411-423, LNM 649 (1978)
MEYER, Paul-André
Convergence faible et compacité des temps d'arrêt, d'après Baxter et Chacón (General theory of processes)
Baxter and Chacón (Zeit. für W-theorie, 40, 1977) introduced a topology on the sets of fuzzy'' times and of fuzzy stopping times which turn these sets into compact metrizable spaces---a fuzzy r.v. $T$ is a right continuous decreasing process $M_t$ with $M_{0-}=1$, $M_t(\omega)$ being interpreted for each $\omega$ as the distribution function $P_{\omega}\{T>t\}$. When this process is adapted the fuzzy r.v. is a fuzzy stopping time. A number of properties of this topology are investigated
Comment: See 1536 for an extension to Polish spaces
Keywords: Stopping times, Fuzzy stopping times