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Weak convergence of the multivariate empirical process when parameters are estimated

Murray D. Burke

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Published
**1975**
by Dept. of Mathematics, Carleton University in Ottawa
.

Written in English

- Limit theorems (Probability theory),
- Estimation theory.,
- Statistical hypothesis testing.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Murray D. Burke. |

Series | Carleton mathematical series ;, no. 126 |

Contributions | Durbin, J. 1923- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA273.67 .B87 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 18, [2] leaves ; |

Number of Pages | 18 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4605532M |

LC Control Number | 77368766 |

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Csörgő M., Burke M.D. () Weak approximations of the empirical process when parameters are estimated. In: Gaenssler P., Révész P. (eds) Empirical Distributions and Processes. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol Cited by: Weak convergence to a form of fractional Brownian motion is established for a wide class of nonstationary fractionally integrated multivariate processes.

Instrumental for the main argument is a result of some independent interest on approximations for partial sums of stationary linear vector by: Cite this paper as: Neuhaus G. () Weak convergence under contiguous alternatives of the empirical process when parameters are estimated: The D k approach.

In: Gaenssler P., Révész P. (eds) Empirical Distributions and by: One of the best books on empirical process. Two nice features about this book: 1) Clearly explains the connection of empirical process to the classic probability theory 2) Discussion of the application of empirical process theory in by: By means of a general weak convergence theorem some invariance principles are proven for the multivariate sequential empirical process and for the multivariate rank order process w.r.t.

stronger. Weak convergence of the empirical copula process with respect to weighted metrics Betina Berghaus, Axel Buc her and Stanislav Volgushev January 1, Abstract The empirical copula process plays a central role in the asymptotic analysis of many statistical Cited by: 3.

The proof is based upon a convergence result for cross-products of Hermite polynomials and a multivariate uniform reduction principle, as in Marinucci for bivariate sequences. Keywords. Multivariate processes, Empirical process, Hermite polynomials, Convergence.

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Applied Multivariate Statistics by Johnson and Wichern. [Brad Hartlaub] I haven't done much with it, but I do like the idea of using modern techniques and modern data sets: Modern Multivariate Statistical Techniques by Alan Julian Izenman.

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See for example Joe and Xu (). These estimators are consistent and asymptotically normal and also almost as efficient as the full MLE. Keywords: Copulas, multivariate FCLT, weak dependence. AMS classiﬂcation (): 62M10, 62G07, 60F17 1.

Introduction This paper is devoted to asymptotic results relative to the empirical process for weakly dependent sequences. Various deﬂnitions of weak dependence have been introduced in the literature. Among them, ﬁ. Multivariate Time Series Notation: I do not use boldface (or anything else) to distinguish vectors from scalars.

Tsay (and many other writers) do. I denote a multivariate stochastic process in the form “{Xt}”, where, for any t, Xt is a vector of the same order. We denote the individual elements with two subscripts. Introduction to Empirical Processes and Semiparametric Inference1 Michael R.

Kosorok spaces—which are necessary to the study of weak convergence—isincluded in the second chapter of the second part. Thus the book is largely self con- no Euclidean parameters.

Empirical process methods are powerful tech-File Size: 1MB. We establish global rates of convergence of the Maximum Likelihood Estimator (MLE) of a multivariate distribution function on ℝ d in the case of (one type of) “interval censored” data. The main finding is that the rate of convergence of the MLE in the Hellinger metric is no worse than n −1/3 (log n) γ Cited by: 3.

In this paper, we study the asymptotic behavior of the sequential empirical process and the sequential empirical copula process, both constructed from residuals of multivariate stochastic volatility models.

Applications for the detection of structural changes and specification tests of the distribution of innovations are discussed. It is also shown that if the stochastic volatility matrices Cited by:.

Objective Analysis of multivariate time-series data using R: I To obtain parsimonious models for estimation I To extract \useful" information when the dimension is high I To make use of prior information or substantive theory I To consider also multivariate volatility modeling and applications Ruey S.

Tsay Booth School of Business University of Chicago Multivariate Time Series Analysis in RFile Size: KB. For a discussion of general empirical process bootstrap theory, see Chapter of VW and Chapter 10 of K.

Monte Carlo approaches such as the bootstrap are especially crucial for inference for infinite-dimensional parameters, such as the baseline integrated hazard in right-censored Cox regression and similar settings where there exists a tight Cited by: 3.This is basically equivalent to the separability of the topology of weak convergence of probability measures, which you can find in many places.

If you want the original source, it is: Varadarajan, V. S. "On the convergence of sample probability distributions." Sankhyā: The Indian Journal of Statistics () /2 ():