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Limit theory for mixing dependent random variables

by Zhengyan Lin

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Published by Springer in Dordrecht, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Limit theorems (Probability theory),
  • Distribution (Probability theory),
  • Sequences (Mathematics),
  • Random variables

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLin Zhengyan, Lu Chuanrong
    SeriesMathematics and its applications -- 378
    ContributionsLu, Chuanrong
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27071231M
    ISBN 109048147484
    ISBN 109789048147489
    OCLC/WorldCa751862505

    Convergence of Weighted Linear Process for ρ-Mixing Random Variables Limit Theory for Mixing Dependent Random Variables is a strictly stationary sequence of linearly positive quadrant. Classical central limit theorem is considered the heart of probability and statistics theory. Our interest in this paper is central limit theorems for functions of random variables under mixing conditions. We impose mixing conditions on the differences between the joint cumulative distribution functions and the product of the marginal cumulative distribution functions. By using characteristic Cited by: 2.

    Presenting tools to aid understanding of asymptotic theory and weakly dependent processes, this book is devoted to inequalities and limit theorems for sequences of random variables that are strongly mixing in the sense of Rosenblatt, or absolutely re Presenting tools to aid understanding of asymptotic theory and weakly dependent processes, this book is devoted to inequalities and limit Author: Emmanuel Rio. Classical central limit theorem is considered the heart of probability and statistics theory. Our interest in this paper is central limit theorems for functions of random variables under mixing Author: Yilun Shang.

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Limit theory for mixing dependent random variables by Zhengyan Lin Download PDF EPUB FB2

For many practical problems, observations are not independent. In this book, limit behaviour of an important kind of dependent random variables, the so-called mixing random variables, is studied.

Many profound results are given, which cover recent developments in this subject, such as basic. Limit Theory for Mixing Dependent Random Variables by Lin Zhengyan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Get this from a library. Limit theory for mixing dependent random variables. [Zhengyan Lin; Chuanrong Lu] -- For many practical problems, observations are not independent. In this book, limit behaviour of an important kind of dependent random variables, the so-called mixing random variables, is studied.

Limit Theory for Mixing Dependent Random Variables by Lin Zhengyan and Lu Chuanrong Department of Mathematics, Hangzhou University, Hangzhou, The People's Republic of China Science Press New York/Beijing Kluwer Academic Publishers Dordrecht/Boston/London.

This is an update of, and a supplement to, the author’s earlier survey paper [18] on basic properties of strong mixing conditions. That paper appeared in in a book containing survey papers on various types of dependence conditions and the limit theory under them.

In this book, limit behaviour of an important kind of dependent random variables, the so-called mixing random variables, is studied. Many profound results are given, which cover recent developments in this subject, such as basic properties of mixing variables, powerful. For many practical problems, observations are not independent.

In this book, Limit behaviour of an important kind of dependent random variables, the so-called mixing random variables, is studied.

Many profound results are given, which cover recent developments in this subject, such as basic properties of mixing variables, powerful probability and moment inequalities, weak convergence and. Presenting tools to aid understanding of asymptotic theory and weakly dependent processes, this book is devoted to inequalities and limit theorems for sequences of random variables that are strongly mixing in the sense of Rosenblatt, or absolutely regular.

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Publisher Summary. It is shown that the occupation times of a bounded interval by sums of independent and identically distributed random variables are Renyi-mixing under the classical necessary and sufficient condition of Darling and Kac for the original limit theorem. Presenting tools to aid understanding of asymptotic theory and weakly dependent processes, this book is devoted to inequalities and limit theorems for sequences of random variables that are strongly mixing in the sense of Rosenblatt, or absolutely regular.

The first chapter introduces covarianceBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. () Self-normalized central limit theorem for sums of weakly dependent random variables. Journal of Theoretical Probability() Bootstrapping Cited by: A (time) sequence of random variables is weakly dependent if distinct portions of the sequence have a covariance that asymptotically decreases to 0 as the blocks are further separated in time.

Weak dependence primarily appears as a technical condition in various probabilistic limit theorems. In this paper we survey some results and further investigate the coupling of a sequence of dependent random variables with an independent one having the same marginal distributions.

The upper bound of the distance between the variables with the same rank is given in terms of mixing simplicityhsd.com by: Jul 17,  · Theory of Probability & Its ApplicationsOn a lower bound of the rate of convergence in the central limit theorem form-dependent random variables.

Lithuanian Mathematical Journal() Some estimates in the central limit theorem for φ-mixing random variables. Lithuanian Mathematical Journal( Cited by: We consider dependent multidimensionally indexed random variables whose dependence is determined by the distance of their indices.

This provides a generalization of the well-known notion of simplicityhsd.com the partial sum of a collection of such variables we prove a central limit simplicityhsd.com by: 9.

Chapter 4 Dependent Random Variables Conditioning One of the key concepts in probability theory is the notion of conditional probability and conditional expectation. Suppose that we have a probability space (Ω,F,P) consisting of a space Ω, a σ-field Fof subsets of Ω and a probability measure on the σ-field F.

IfwehaveasetA∈Fof positive. Two random variables are called "dependent" if the probability of events associated with one variable influence the distribution of probabilities of the other variable, and vice-versa. The word "influence" is somewhat misleading, as causation is not a necessary component of dependence.

For example, consider drawing two balls from a hat containing three red balls and two blue balls. in the context of a “codified central limit theorem” for independent random variables in the book of Petrov [].

In our different context, involving dependent random variables, we shall adapt their arguments to verify a Lin-deberg condition directly, and then use Lindeberg CLT’s in the literature.

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Let be a strictly stationary sequence of ρ?-mixing random variables. We proved the almost sure central limit theorem, containing the general weight sequences, for the partial sums, where. The result generalizes and improves the previous simplicityhsd.com by: 1.Specializing the concepts of Ch.

7 to the case of real variables, this chapter introduces distribution functions, discrete and continuous distributions, and describes examples such as the binomial, uniform, Gaussian, and Cauchy distributions.

It then treats multivariate distributions and the concept of .Jul 01,  · “This book provides a well-written and motivating introduction to information theory and a detailed description of the current research regarding the connections between central limit theorems and information theory.

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