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Davide Giraudo
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Link between moment-generating function and characteristic function

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Lindeberg CLT for exponential independent variables

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Convergence of Random Sequence

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How to compute a limit of $L_p$ norms?

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Showing independence

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Is Slutsky's theorem still valid when two sequences both converge to a non-degenerate random variable?

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Convergence in probability, $X_i$ IID with finite second moment

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Given the moment generating function of $X$, find the distribution of $X$

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Quadratic form of a bivariate normal

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Moments of the Kolmogorov distribution

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Convergence in probability of reciprocal

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Probability Generating Function of Poisson Distribution

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Confusion related to derivation of product of gaussian

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Strict stationarity implies bounded in probability

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Does k moments imply k + $\epsilon$ moments?

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Applying Minkowski's Inequality to Show Convergence of $\overline X_n$ in the $L^p$ spaces

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Expectation of maximum of a sequence of identically distributed but not independent RVs

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$\liminf$ and $\limsup$ for more general case- beyond the sequence set up

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Product of Independent Gaussian Variables

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Find the limiting distribution of Sum over Sum of Squares

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$\sigma$-algebra intersection of infinite subsets

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Show that the random variable $V=X-a$ and $U=a-X$ have same distribution?

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Show $Y$ converges to $a$

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Convergence in distribution of sum implies marginal convergence?

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Finding distribution function

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Why is this probability statement true?

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What are $\rho$-, $\beta$-, and $\alpha$-mixing conditions?

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Suppose $X \geq 0$ and $Y \geq 0$ are random variables and that $p\geq 0$

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Convergence of expectation

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Check my proof regarding convergence in probability