The scaling limit of Poisson-driven order statistics with applications in geometric probability
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KeywordsChen–Stein method; Extreme values; Geometric probability; Integral geometry; Limit theorems; Malliavin calculus; Order statistics; Poisson flats; Poisson process approximation; Poisson space; Random polytopes; Scaling limit; Stochastic geometry; U-statistics; Wiener–Itô chaos decomposition;
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