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THEORY AND STATISTICS OF LONG-RANGE DEPENDENT RANDOM PROCESSES

  • VOLODYMYR VASKOVYCH (a1)
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Thesis submitted to La Trobe University in April 2019; degree approved on 31 July 2019; principal supervisor Andriy Olenko, co-supervisor Luke Prendergast.

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[1]Anh, V., Leonenko, N. and Olenko, A., ‘On the rate of convergence to Rosenblatt-type distribution’, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 425(1) (2015), 111132.
[2]Anh, V., Leonenko, N., Olenko, A. and Vaskovych, V., ‘On rate of convergence in non-central limit theorems’, Bernoulli 25(4A) (2019), 29202948.
[3]Anh, V., Olenko, A. and Vaskovych, V., ‘Non-central limit theorems and convergence rates’, Theory Probab. Math. Statist. 95 (2017), 315.
[4]Anh, V., Olenko, A. and Vaskovych, V., ‘On LSE in regression model for long-range dependent random fields on spheres’, Statistics 53(5) (2019), 121.
[5]Olenko, A. and Vaskovych, V., ‘Non-central limit theorems for functionals of random fields on hypersurfaces’, Preprint, 2018, arXiv:1810.09285.
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THEORY AND STATISTICS OF LONG-RANGE DEPENDENT RANDOM PROCESSES

  • VOLODYMYR VASKOVYCH (a1)

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