Month: June 2012

The probability versions for the Big-O and little-o notations

We introduce here some notation very useful in probability and statistics. Definition 1 For a given sequence of random variables $latex {R_{n}}&fg=000000$, $latex {(i)}&fg=000000$ $latex {X_{n}=o_{P}(R_{n})}&fg=000000$ means $latex {X_{n}=Y_{n}R_{n}}&fg=000000$ with $latex {Y_{n}}&fg=000000$ converging to $latex 0&fg=000000$ in probability. $latex {(ii)}&fg=000000$ $latex {X_{n}=O_{P}(R_{n})}&fg=000000$ means $latex {X_{n}=Y_{n}R_{n}}&fg=000000$ with the family $latex {(Y_{n})_{n}}&fg=000000$ uniformly thigh.

Semaine d’Etude “Mathématiques et Entreprise”

Working on the “Elaboration of physics models for road traffic” (http://www.math.univ-toulouse.fr/SEME/) Abstract (in French) La modélisation du trafic routier est un sujet abordé dans de nombreux domaines. L’objectif est de mettre en parallèle deux d’entre eux: la physique et la statistique. La modélisation physique du trafic routier repose sur la loi de conservation des véhicules …

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