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Extracting Information from Random Data

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Extracting Information from Random Data
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 167

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We formulate conditions for convergence of Laws of Large Numbers and show its links with of parts mathematical analysis such as summation theory, convergence of orthogonal series. We present also applications of Law of Large Numbers such as Stochastic Approximation, Density and Regression Estimation, Identification.

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