2006-7-28 (1970) On the Spectrum of Stationary Gaussian Sequences Satisfying the Strong Mixing Condition. II. Sufficient Conditions. Mixing Rate. Theory of Probability Its Applications 15:1, 23-36. Citation PDF (1018 KB)

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Get PriceDOI: 10.1137/1105018 Corpus ID: 120281511. On Strong Mixing Conditions for Stationary Gaussian Processes @article{Kolmogorov1960OnSM, title={On Strong Mixing Conditions for Stationary Gaussian Processes}, author={A. Kolmogorov and Y. Rozanov}, journal={Theory of Probability and Its Applications}, year={1960}, volume={5}, pages={204-208} }

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Get Price[10] I. A. Ibragimov, On the spectrum of stationary Gaussian sequences satisfying the strong mixing condition, Theory Probab. Appl. 10 (1965), 85-106; 15 (1970), 24-37. [11] I. A. Ibragimov and V. N. Solev, A condition for the regularity of a Gaussian stationary process, Soviet Math. Dokl. 10 (1969), 371-375.

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