Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

14 p.

Publication Date

2013

Publisher

Asian Books Private Limited

Source Publication

Contemporary Topics in Mathematics and Statistics with Applications

Source ISSN

9788184121322

Abstract

Limit theorems as well as other well-known results in probability and statistics are often based on the distributions of the sums of independent random variables. The concept of sub-independence, which is weaker than that of independence, is shown to be sufficient to yield the conclusions of these theorems and results. It also provides a measure of dissociation between two random variables which is stronger than uncorrelatedness.

Comments

Published version. Contemporary Topics in Mathematics and Statistics with Applications, (2013): 185-198. Publisher Link. © Asian Books Private Limited 2013.

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