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On weighted approximations in D[0,1] with application to selfnormalized partial sum processes
 Acta Mathematica Hungarica
, 2008
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"... On weighted approximations in D[0, 1] with applications to selfnormalized partial sum processes. (English summary) Acta Math. Hungar. 121 (2008), no. 4, 307–332. Summary: “Let X, X1, X2,... be a sequence of nondegenerate i.i.d. random variables with mean zero. The best possible weighted approximat ..."
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On weighted approximations in D[0, 1] with applications to selfnormalized partial sum processes. (English summary) Acta Math. Hungar. 121 (2008), no. 4, 307–332. Summary: “Let X, X1, X2,... be a sequence of nondegenerate i.i.d. random variables with mean zero. The best possible weighted
HIGH MOMENT PARTIAL SUM PROCESSES OF RESIDUALS IN GARCH MODELS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 1
, 2006
"... In this paper we construct high moment partial sum processes based on residuals of a GARCH model when the mean is known to be 0. We consider partial sums of kth powers of residuals, CUSUM processes and selfnormalized partial sum processes. The kth power partial sum process converges to a Brownian p ..."
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In this paper we construct high moment partial sum processes based on residuals of a GARCH model when the mean is known to be 0. We consider partial sums of kth powers of residuals, CUSUM processes and selfnormalized partial sum processes. The kth power partial sum process converges to a Brownian
Illusion and wellbeing: A social psychological perspective on mental health.
 Psychological Bulletin,
, 1988
"... Many prominent theorists have argued that accurate perceptions of the self, the world, and the future are essential for mental health. Yet considerable research evidence suggests that overly positive selfevaluations, exaggerated perceptions of control or mastery, and unrealistic optimism are charac ..."
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investigations in which selfratings have been compared with judgments made by observers. In sum, the perception of self that most individuals hold is not as wellbalanced as traditional models of mental health suggest. Rather than being attentive to both the favorable and unfavorable aspects of self, normal
An OrnsteinUhlenbeck process associated to selfnormalized sums
, 2004
"... We consider an OrnsteinUhleneck process associated to selfnormalized sums in i.i.d. symmetric random variables from the domain of attraction of N(0, 1) distribution. The proofs use recursive equations similar to those that arise in the area of stochastic approximation. ..."
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We consider an OrnsteinUhleneck process associated to selfnormalized sums in i.i.d. symmetric random variables from the domain of attraction of N(0, 1) distribution. The proofs use recursive equations similar to those that arise in the area of stochastic approximation.
SelfNormalized Moderate And Large Deviations
"... . Let fX n ; n 1g be i.i.d. R d valued random variables. We prove Partial Large Deviation Principles (PLDP) for selfnormalized partial sums with minimal or no moment assumptions, for both moderate and large deviation scales. Applications to the selfnormalized law of the iterated logarithm are ..."
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. Let fX n ; n 1g be i.i.d. R d valued random variables. We prove Partial Large Deviation Principles (PLDP) for selfnormalized partial sums with minimal or no moment assumptions, for both moderate and large deviation scales. Applications to the selfnormalized law of the iterated logarithm
SelfNormalized Moderate Deviations And LILs
, 1998
"... . Let fXn ; n 1g be i.i.d. R d valued random variables. We prove Partial Moderate Deviation Principles for selfnormalized partial sums subject to minimal moment assumptions. Applications to the selfnormalized law of the iterated logarithm are also discussed. 1 Introduction Let Z be a topologi ..."
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. Let fXn ; n 1g be i.i.d. R d valued random variables. We prove Partial Moderate Deviation Principles for selfnormalized partial sums subject to minimal moment assumptions. Applications to the selfnormalized law of the iterated logarithm are also discussed. 1 Introduction Let Z be a
Holistic twig joins: optimal XML pattern matching
 in: Proceedings of ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, 2002
"... XML employs a treestructured data model, and, naturally, XML queries specify patterns of selection predicates on multiple elements related by a tree structure. Finding all occurrences of such a twig pattern in an XML database is a core operation for XML query processing. Prior work has typically de ..."
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XML employs a treestructured data model, and, naturally, XML queries specify patterns of selection predicates on multiple elements related by a tree structure. Finding all occurrences of such a twig pattern in an XML database is a core operation for XML query processing. Prior work has typically
Invariance principles for standardnormalized and selfnormalized random fields
"... Abstract. We investigate the invariance principle for setindexed partial sums of a stationary field (Xk) k∈Zd of martingaledifference or independent random variables under standardnormalization or selfnormalization respectively. 1. ..."
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Abstract. We investigate the invariance principle for setindexed partial sums of a stationary field (Xk) k∈Zd of martingaledifference or independent random variables under standardnormalization or selfnormalization respectively. 1.
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