By Lin Zhengyan, Lu Chuanrong

For plenty of functional difficulties, observations are usually not autonomous. during this booklet, restrict behaviour of a massive form of established random variables, the so-called blending random variables, is studied. Many profound effects are given, which hide contemporary advancements during this topic, resembling uncomplicated homes of combining variables, robust chance and second inequalities, vulnerable convergence and powerful convergence (approximation), restrict behaviour of a few facts with a blending pattern, and plenty of important instruments are supplied. viewers: This quantity can be of curiosity to researchers and graduate scholars within the box of chance and records, whose paintings includes established facts (variables).

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On observe en effet que B + AalAa, - -Aa,Aa,+1

L— pm—(m— 1) et zero et soit O (p1, . . 3}, I. 55 COMPATIBLES ET DEPENDANTS des nombres p1, . . pm. m)- Majs en outre, on peut prouver que ces inégalités sont les plus avantageuses de oelles qui sont du type (207). On peut aussi obtenir directement des inégalités analogues pour la probabilité P1 = 1 —— Pm] que se produise l’un au moins des A). Soient m (p1, . . pm) la plus grande des probabilités p1, . . Pm et II (pl, 7 . pm) le plus petit des deux nombres 1 et p1 + p2 + . . —|— pm. Pm) < 1)1 g H(_p1,- ' 'P-m)- on a les inégalités les plus avantageuses de oe type.

Cependant i1 peut arriver que dans une question concrete déterminée la separation d’un systéme A1... Lw en plusieurs systemes réponde a une distinction qui se présente d’elle-méme. Par exemple, Aj, 137,. . L; pourront étre les réalisatiOns au je tirage des événements distincts respectifs A, B,. L. Cette étude pourra étre facilitée par un second théoréme de Broderick [1, p. 21]. Second théoréme de Broderick. — Il suffit de considérer cornme lui le cas de deux systémes A1, . . Am, B1, .. Bn. Soient alors K = HH’, H et H’ étant deux'fonctions des événements respectifs A1 .

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