[see also: passage, transition]

Section 6 contains a formula which permits transfer of the results in Section 2 to sums of independent random variables.


[see also: move]

In this case it is advantageous to transfer the problem to (say) the upper half-plane.

We now transfer the above analysis back to $M(A)$.

Hence the action of $G$ on $A$ transfers, via $f$, to an action on $B$.

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