For , let be a complex domain and let . Let be a complex Brownian motion starting from . Set .

Suppose that there exists a conformal isomorphism such that . Set and define for

and .

Then and have the same distribution.

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For , let be a complex domain and let . Let be a complex Brownian motion starting from . Set .

Suppose that there exists a conformal isomorphism such that . Set and define for

and .

Then and have the same distribution.

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