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(1987)This thesis deals with the asymptotic behavior of stopping rules ${\rm T\sb{A}}$ and ${\rm T\sb{d}}$ proposed by Martinsek (Ann. Statist., 12 (1984):533550). The asymptotic normality of these stopping rules, when A tends ...
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(1985)In this thesis we examine several problems related to the construction of onesided confidence intervals for the mean of a distribution. Let (mu) be the mean (of a normal distribution with variance 1, or of a 1parameter ...
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(1990)We show the almost sure uniform pathwise convergence of birth and death processes and random walks to Brownian motion with drift and sticky Brownian motion. We thus provide constructive definitions of such diffusions. In ...
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