Statistical mechanics and time-series analysis by Lévy-parameters with the possibility of real-time application
We develop a method that relates the truncated cumulant-function of the fourth order with the Lévian cumulant-function. This gives us explicit formulas for the Lévy-parameters, which allow a real-time analysis of the state of a random-motion. Cumbersome procedures like maximum-likelihood or least-square methods are unnecessary. Furthermore, we treat the Lévy-system in terms of statistical mechanics and work out it's thermodynamic properties. This also includes a discussion of the fractal nature of relativistic corrections. As examples for a time-series analysis, we apply our results on the time-series of the German DAX and the American S\&P-500\,.