A Donsker Theorem for LÃ©vy Measures
Given n equidistant realisations of a LÃ©vy process (Lt; t >= 0), a natural estimator for the distribution function N of the LÃ©vy measure is constructed. Under a polynomial decay restriction on the characteristic function, a Donsker-type theorem is proved, that is, a functional central limit theorem for the process in the space of bounded functions away from zero. The limit distribution is a generalised Brownian bridge process with bounded and continuous sample paths whose covariance structure depends on the Fourier-integral operator. The class of LÃ©vy processes covered includes several relevant examples such as compound Poisson, Gamma and self-decomposable processes. Main ideas in the proof include establishing pseudo-locality of the Fourier-integral operator and recent techniques from smoothed empirical processes.
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