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Joint Convergence and Donsker's Theorem
I have a question about joint convergence results derived from an FCLT (i.e., a Functional Central Limit Theorem). To motivate my question, consider the following setup: Let $y_t$ be a random walk ...
Jan 9 '13 at 19:18
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