15 August 2012
Electronic Journal of Probability
We consider coherent sublinear expectations on a measurable space, without assuming the existence of a dominating probability measure. By considering a decomposition of the space in terms of the supports of the measures representing our sublinear expectation, we give a simple construction, in a quasi-sure sense, of the (linear) conditional expectations, and hence give a representation for the conditional sublinear expectation. We also show an aggregation property holds, and give an equivalence between consistency and a pasting property of measures.
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