Complete Convergence of Exchangeable Sequences
DOI : 10.3844/jmssp.2011.95.97
Journal of Mathematics and Statistics
Volume 7, 2011
We prove that exchangeable sequences converge completely in the Baum-Katz sense under the same conditions as i.i.d. sequences do. Problem statement: The research was needed as the rate of convergence in the law of large numbers for exchangeable sequences was previously obtained under restricted hypotheses. Approach: We applied powerful techniques involving inequalities for independent sequences of random variables. Results: We obtained the maximal rate of convergence and provided an example to show that our findings are sharp. Conclusion/Recommendations: The technique used in the paper may be adapted in the similar study for identically distributed sequences.
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