A Central Limit Theorem for Spatial Observations
AbstractThe Central Limit Theorem is proved for m-dependent random fields. The random field is observed in a sequence of irregular domains. The sequence of domains is increasing and at the same time the locations of the observations become more and more dense in the domains.
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