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CENTRAL LIMIT TYPE THEOREM FOR WEIGHTED PARTICLE SYSTEMS
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CENTRAL LIMIT TYPE THEOREM FOR WEIGHTED PARTICLE SYSTEMS
Cho, Nhan-Sook; Kwon, Young-Mee;
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 Abstract
We consider a system of particles with locations { (t):t0,i=1,…,n} in , time-varying weights { (t) : t 0,i = 1,…,n} and weighted empirical measure processes (t)=1/n$_{i
 Keywords
central limit theorem;Ito formula;SDE;weighted Sobolev space;
 Language
English
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