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What function is a Gaussian integral
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A Question on Chinese Remainder Theorem
@Igor, The other solutions differ by multiple of $p_1\cdots p_n$ so necessarily it is the smallest positive one. We can see it directly as follows, if we choose $y$ between $0$ and $p_1\cdots p_n1$ as in the Chinese reminder theorem, we have on the one hand $2y=1 \mod p_i$ so $p_i$ divides $2y+1$ for each $i$ and then $p_1\cdots p_n$ divides $2y+1$. On the other hand we have $2y+1\leq 2p_1\cdots p_n1$ so necessarily $2y+1 = p_1\cdots p_n$. 
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A Question on Chinese Remainder Theorem
$y$ is simple to express in your case, it is just $$y=\frac{p_1\cdots p_n1}{2}$$. indeed $2y = 1 \mod p_1 = p_11 \mod p_1$. then if $p$ is prime such that $y=\frac{p1}{2} \mod p$ then $p$ divides $2y+1$ and hence is one of the $p_i$ 
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Equality of two conditional expectations
You're right, I see that the purpose of the first part of imateapot answer is to justify that this conditional expectation is $g(X)$ measurable when $X$ and $g(X)$ are independent. I'll leave the answer like that so the mistake can be clear to the reader 
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Do we need Feller condition if the process jumps?
Yes, It's corrected now. You're welcome. 
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calculate function from its divizor
Dear François, I'm indeed interested in the script you mentioned in your answer, could you please put the link to the script here? That will be very helpful. Thank you in advance. 
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Existence of multidimensional Levy process with dependent structure
I think The Bridge talks about their "book" whose title is "Financial Modelling with Jump Processes" 