Sub-Independence: An Expository Perspective
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Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
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Limit theorems as well as other well-known results in probability and statistics are often based on the distribution of the sums of independent random variables. The concept of sub-independence, which is much 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 much stronger than uncorrelatedness.
Hamedani, Gholamhossein, "Sub-Independence: An Expository Perspective" (2012). Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Faculty Research and Publications. 57.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, Vol. 42, No. 20 (2013): 3615-3638. DOI.