Empirical Projected Copula Process and Conditional Independence an Extended Version
Conditional dependence is expressed as a projection map in the trivariate copula space. The projected copula, its sample counterpart and the related process are defined. The weak convergence of the projected copula process to a tight centered Gaussian Process is obtained under weak assumptions on copula derivatives.
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