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Asymptotic properties of subcritical Galton-Watson processes

  • J. H. Bagley (a1)


Results connecting Yaglom's limit and Z1 are obtained. For example, if α > 1, E[Z α 1] and converge or diverge together.


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Postal address: Statistical Laboratory, Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, U.K.


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Asymptotic properties of subcritical Galton-Watson processes

  • J. H. Bagley (a1)


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