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The same can be done dividing [ O,i] p in n p identical blocks. To make an understable drawing containing all the necessary information, it is though enough to take for example p-I dependograms corresponding to all couples of margins with one of them fixed. 2. 3) Ranks 2, 4, I, 3 3, 4, I, 2 Dependogram 3, ASYMPTOTIC THEORY IN THE CASE OF INDEPENDENCE : Through §2, we have made no assumption about D. We will now assume that D=DI, . ,Up) =]~PJ=; uj, pendent margins for Xn, and will be referenced to as the hypothesis of independence.

This completes the proof. The following theorem is the main result of this section. Theorem 2 and follows directly from Theorem 3o It is analogous to 24 THEOREM 4. If (a) there exists a standard extension ( ~ , ~ M , PM ) with M translation invariant such that [~(t)] is measurable, (b) [~(t)] is stationary and stron$1y mixing, and (c) {Yn} is a stationary, ergodic process with positive random variables which satisfies A3 and A4, then the [(Zn,Yn) } process is ergodic and we may estimate consistently ~!!

Consequently, one c o u l d only same s p e c i f i e d distribution, same distribution. 6) from the the same k i n d of a p r o b l e m right at the b e g i n n i n g in the limit. from the of Kolmogorov- statistics F end up h a v i n g and T h e o r e m A itself n they lead to the f o l l o w i n g new central limit theorem: THEOREM tions B (cf. 2 in Foutz : P = PH as tends to that of a unit normal n + ~ , the d i s t r i b u t i o n The proof of this and does not quite give a feel representation ~ = 1,2, bridges, for the , .

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