A branching Lévy process can be seen as the continuous-time version of a branching random walk. It describes a particle system on the real line in which particles move and reproduce independently in a Poissonian manner. Just as for Lévy processes, the law of a branching Lévy process is determined by its characteristic triplet $(\sigma ^2,a,\Lambda )$, where the branching Lévy measure $\Lambda $ describes the intensity of the Poisson point process of births and jumps. We establish a version of Biggins’ theorem in this framework, that is we provide necessary and sufficient conditions in terms of the characteristic triplet $(\sigma ^2,a,\Lambda )$ for additive martingales to have a non-degenerate limit.
"Biggins’ martingale convergence for branching Lévy processes." Electron. Commun. Probab. 23 1 - 12, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1214/18-ECP185