Limit theorems of probability theory: Sequences of by Valentin V. Petrov

By Valentin V. Petrov

This publication deals a very good evaluation of restrict theorems and likelihood inequalities for sums of autonomous random variables. certain in its blend of either vintage and up to date effects, the e-book information the numerous useful facets of those very important instruments for fixing a good number of difficulties in chance and facts. issues comprise restrict theorems on convergence to infinitely divisible distributions, the important restrict theorem with premiums of convergence, the vulnerable and robust legislations of enormous numbers, the legislation of the iterated logarithm, and the various inequalities for sums of an arbitrary quantity random variables. excellent as either a graduate textual content and a reference for pro mathematicians, Limit Theorems of likelihood Theory brings the reader to the frontier of present research.

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