We consider a long-memory stationary process, defined not through a moving average type structure, but by a flow generated by a measure-preserving transform and by a multiple Wiener–Itô integral. The flow is described using a notion of mixing for infinite-measure spaces introduced by Krickeberg (In Proc. Fifth Berkeley Sympos. Math. Statist. and Probability (Berkeley, Calif., 1965/66), Vol. II: Contributions to Probability Theory, Part 2 (1967) 431–446 Univ. California Press). Depending on the interplay between the spreading rate of the flow and the order of the multiple integral, one can recover known central or non-central limit theorems, and also obtain joint convergence of multiple integrals of different orders.
"Limit theorems for long-memory flows on Wiener chaos." Bernoulli 26 (2) 1473 - 1503, May 2020. https://doi.org/10.3150/19-BEJ1168