Self-Normalized Weak Invariance Principle for Mixing Sequences
In this article we give a necessary and su±cient condition for a selfnormalized weak invariance principle, in the case of a strictly stationary Á-mixing sequence fXjgj¸1. This is obtained under the assumptions that the function L(x) = EX2 1 1fjX1·xg is slowly varying at 1 and the mixing coe±cients satisfy Á1=2(n)
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