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SELF-NORMALIZED WEAK LIMIT THEOREMS FOR A ø-MIXING SEQUENCE
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SELF-NORMALIZED WEAK LIMIT THEOREMS FOR A ø-MIXING SEQUENCE
Choi, Yong-Kab; Moon, Hee-Jin;
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 Abstract
Let {} be a strictly stationary -mixing sequence of non-degenerate random variables with
 Keywords
self-normalized random variables;invariance principle;central limit theorem;mixing sequence;
 Language
English
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