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Topic: CLT for strongly mixing process
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Matthieu BRILMAN

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CLT for strongly mixing process
Posted: Jun 20, 1996 11:17 AM
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Hi,
I am looking for a reference for the following proposition
(I think that it is true, but I need the demo !). If you
think that you have got the answer, could you please
reply via e-mail ?
The proposition is:

Let Xn be a strongly mixing process such that
P(Xn=1)=p(n) P(Xn=0)=1-p(n) with lim p(n)=p
Then, if Yn=X1+X2+...Xn
lim (Yn-n*p)/(s sqrt(n))=N(0,1) where s=sqrt(p*(1-p))

The right reference should in fact state the proposition
for any limit distribution, I guess, but all I need is this.

Thank you for reading this !

Matthieu





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