VOL. 6 · NO. 4 | August 2000
 
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Front Matter
Bernoulli 6 (4), (August 2000)
Bernoulli 6 (4), (August 2000)
Articles
Henry E. Daniels
Bernoulli 6 (4), 571-580, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: Brownian motion, first crossing-time density, perturbed linear boundary
A. D. Barbour, Aihua Xia
Bernoulli 6 (4), 581-590, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: coupling, Immigration-death process, Kolmogorov metric, Stein's method
Vydas Cekanavicius, Julius Kruopis
Bernoulli 6 (4), 591-606, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: generalized binomial distribution, signed Poisson measure, total variation norm, Wasserstein distance
Vladas Pipiras, Murad S. Taqqu
Bernoulli 6 (4), 607-614, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: mixed moving average, self-similarity, Stable distributions
Svend Erik Graversen, Albert N. Shiryaev
Bernoulli 6 (4), 615-620, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: Brownian motion, Local time, Markov processes
Sergey G. Bobkov, Christian Houdré
Bernoulli 6 (4), 621-632, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: concentration of measure, extreme samples, Isoperimetry
Nicolas Privault, Josep Lluís Solé, Josep Vives
Bernoulli 6 (4), 633-651, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: Azéma martingales, multiple stochastic integrals, product formulae
Xavier Bardina, Maria Jolis
Bernoulli 6 (4), 653-665, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: two-parameter Poisson process, two-parameter Wiener process, weak convergence
Bent Jesper Christensen, Nicholas M. Kiefer
Bernoulli 6 (4), 667-678, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: conditional inference, financial economics, labour supply, likelihood, separate inference
Eitan Greenshtein, Ya'Acov Ritov
Bernoulli 6 (4), 679-697, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: change point, sampling, sampling rate
Sam Efromovich
Bernoulli 6 (4), 699-708, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: Efromovich-Pinsker estimator, Filtering, small sample sizes, Spatial adaptation
Carenne Ludeña
Bernoulli 6 (4), 709-728, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: Gaussian processes, log-periodogram, long-range dependence, minimum contrast estimators, spectral estimates
Mindaugas Bloznelis, Friedrich Götze
Bernoulli 6 (4), 729-760, (August 2000)
KEYWORDS: central limit theorem, Edgeworth expansion, finite population, U-statistic, sampling without replacement
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