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Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society
2009; 117 pp; softcover
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The authors establish some asymptotic expansions for infinite weighted convolution of distributions having regularly varying tails. Applications to linear time series models, tail index estimation, compound sums, queueing theory, branching processes, infinitely divisible distributions and implicit transient renewal equations are given.
A noteworthy feature of the approach taken in this paper is that through the introduction of objects, which the authors call the Laplace characters, a link is established between tail area expansions and algebra. By virtue of this representation approach, a unified method to establish expansions across a variety of problems is presented and, moreover, the method can be easily programmed so that a computer algebra package makes implementation of the method not only feasible but simple.
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