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Reduction principle for functionals of strong-weak dependent vector random fields

by   Andriy Olenko, et al.
La Trobe University

We prove the reduction principle for asymptotics of functionals of vector random fields with weakly and strongly dependent components. These functionals can be used to construct new classes of random fields with skewed and heavy-tailed distributions. Contrary to the case of scalar long-range dependent random fields, it is shown that the asymptotic behaviour of such functionals is not necessarily determined by the terms at their Hermite rank. The results are illustrated by an application to the first Minkowski functional of the Student random fields. Some simulation studies based on the theoretical findings are also presented.


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