On the rate of convergence for extremes of mean square differentiable stationary normal processes

Kratz, Marie F.; Rootzen, Holger
December 1997
Journal of Applied Probability;Dec97, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p908
Academic Journal
Focuses on the characteristics of convergence for extreme factors of mean square differentiable stationary normal processes. Rate of convergence of the distribution; Number of upcrossings in the interval; Poisson convergence.


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