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Functional Gaussian Approximation for Dependent Structures$
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Florence Merlevède, Magda Peligrad, and Sergey Utev

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198826941

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198826941.001.0001

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Random Walk in Random Scenery

Random Walk in Random Scenery

Chapter:
(p.382) 13 Random Walk in Random Scenery
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Functional Gaussian Approximation for Dependent Structures
Author(s):

Florence Merlevède

Magda Peligrad

Sergey Utev

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198826941.003.0013

In this chapter we investigate the question of central limit behavior and its functional form for the partial sums associated with a centered L2-stationary sequence of real-valued random variables (usually called the random scenery) sampled by a recurrent one-dimensional strongly aperiodic random walk. This question is handled under various conditions dependent on the random scenery. In particular, we assume that the random scenery either satisfies an asymptotic negative dependence condition, or is a function of a determinantal process and a Gaussian sequence, or satisfies a mild projective criterion. We first show that study of central limit behavior for such random walks in random scenery can be handled with results related to linear statistics developed in Chapter 12, provided the random walk has good properties. We then look extensively at the properties of a recurrent one-dimensional strongly aperiodic random walk. The functional form of the central limit theorem is also investigated.

Keywords:   central limit theorem, random walk, strong aperiodicity, recurrence, functional central limit theorem

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