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5 edition of Weighted approximations in probability and statistics found in the catalog. # Weighted approximations in probability and statistics

## by M. CsoМ€rgoМ€

Written in English

Subjects:
• Stochastic approximation.

• Edition Notes

Classifications The Physical Object Statement Miklós Csörgö, Lajos Horváth. Series Wiley series in probability and mathematical statistics. Contributions Horváth, Lajos. LC Classifications QA274.2 .C77 1993 Pagination xiii, 442 p. ; Number of Pages 442 Open Library OL1723533M ISBN 10 0471936359 LC Control Number 92027107

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Recently, M. Csörgő, S. Csörgő, Horváth and Mason (a) obtained a weighted approximation to the uniform empirical and quantile processes by a sequence of Brownian bridges. The purpose of this note is to give a short and elementary proof of their weighted approximation to the uniform quantile process. and Limitation of Statistics, Collection of Primary & Secondary Data, Approximation and Accuracy, Statistical Errors. 2. Classification and Tabulation of Data: Meaning and Characteristics, Frequency Distribution, Simple and Manifold Tabulation. 3. Measuring of Central Tendency: Arithmetic Mean (Simple and Weighted).

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Csörgő, M. (Miklós), Get this edition. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary A survey of recent developments in probability and statistics research, which concentrates on renewal and related processes, weighted approximations of empirical and quantile processes, and the asymptotic distributions of functionals of these weighted processes.

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Csörgö; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Stochastic approximation. Weighted Approximations in Probability and Statistics (1st Edition) by Miklos Csorgo, Lajos Horvath, Miklós Csörgö, Lajos Horváth, Mikl¾s Cs÷Rg÷ Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Explores probability and statistics from the ``Hungarian construction.

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Statistics & Probability Letters 4 () October North-Holland APPROXIMATIONS OF WEIGHTED EMPIRICAL AND QUANTILE PROCESSES Mikl6s CSORGO * Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6 Lajos HORVATH ** Bolyai Institute, Szeged University, H Szeged, Aradi vbrtani& tere 1, Hungary.

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Recent contributions in this area are mainly concerned with weighted approximations of stochastic processes based on observations (cf., e.g., M. Csörgo and L. Horváth.