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522, Statistics Problem Set 2 Wellner; 1/23/2008 Reading: Shorack, PfS, Shorack, PfS, Due: Chapter 11, Sections 7-8, pages 312 - 318; Chapter 13, Sections 1-7, pages 367 - 390. Wednesday, January 30, 2008. 1. (Symmetry and conditional expectation). Let X1 , X2 , . . . be i.i.d. random variables with the same distribution as X where E|X| &lt; . Let Sn X1 + + Xn , and dene Gn [Sn , Sn+1 , . . .] = [Sn...

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522, Statistics Problem Set 2 Wellner; 1/23/2008 Reading: Shorack, PfS, Shorack, PfS, Due: Chapter 11, Sections 7-8, pages 312 - 318; Chapter 13, Sections 1-7, pages 367 - 390. Wednesday, January 30, 2008. 1. (Symmetry and conditional expectation). Let X1 , X2 , . . . be i.i.d. random variables with the same distribution as X where E|X| < . Let Sn X1 + + Xn , and dene Gn [Sn , Sn+1 , . . .] = [Sn , Xn+1 , Xn+2 , . . .] . Show that E(X1 |Sn ) = n1 Sn almost surely. [Hint: Note that [Xn+1 , Xn+2 , . . .] is independent of [X1 , Sn ], and use symmetry to show that E(1[Sn B] X1 ) = E(1[SnB] X2 ) = = E(1[Sn B] Xn ).] 2. (An application of the WLLN: Inversion of Laplace transforms) Let P be a probability measure on the Borel subsets of [0, ), and dene its Laplace transform by (t) = 0 etx dP (x) for t [0, Widders ). inversion formula for P from is: [nz] n lim k=0 (1)k k (k) n (n) = P ([0, z)) k! (1) Show that (1) holds via the following steps: (a) Dierentiation of the integral k times shows that (k) (t) = 0 (x)k etx dP (x). (b) Setting t = n, letting z > 0, multiplying across by (1)k nk /k!, and summing on k yields [nz] k=0 (1)k k (k) n (n) = k! 1 [nz] 0 k=0 enx (nx)k dP (x) k! (2) where enx (nx)k /k! = P (Sn = k) and Sn = Y1 + +Yn where Y1 , Y2, . . . are i.i.d. Poisson...

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Statistics 522, Problem Set 3 Wellner; 1/30/2008Reading: Wellner Due:Chapter 11, Sections 1-3, pages 1 - 21. Wednesday, February 6, 2008.1. Exercise 11.6.1, page 34, Wellner, Chapter 11 notes. 2. Exercise 11.6.2, page 34, Wellner, Chapter 11 no
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 4 Wellner; 2/05/2008Reading: Wellner Due:Chapter 11, Sections 3 - 5, pages 19 - 33. Wednesday, February 13, 2008.1. Suppose that Y1 , . . . , Yn be independent Bernoulli (1/2) random variables so that Xj = 2Yj 1 are
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 5 corrected version Wellner; 2/13/2008, 2/16/2008 Reading: Wellner Shorack, PfS Due: Reminder:Chapter 11, Sections 3 - 5, pages 19 - 33. Section 11.7, pages 312 - 318. Wednesday, February 20, 2008. Midterm exam, February
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 7 Wellner; 2/27/2008Reading: Shorack, PfS Shorack, PfS Due:Sections 12.1-12.3, pages 319 - 329. Sections 13.1 - 13.7, pages 367-390. Wednesday, March 5, 2008.1. Graph the rst few gnj s and hnj s introduced in the han
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 8 Wellner; 3/5/2008 Reading: Shorack, PfS Shorack, PfS Due: Reminder:Sections 12.1-12.3, pages 319 - 329. Sections 13.1 - 13.7, pages 367-390. Wednesday, March 12, 2008. Final exam, Wednesday, March 19.1. PfS, Exercise
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 1 Solutions Wellner; 1/23/20081. PfS, exercise 3.2.3, page 42: Consider a measure space (, A, ). Let 0 |A0 for a sub eld A0 of A. Starting with indicator functions, show that Xd = Xd0 for any A0 measurable function X. S
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 2 Solutions Wellner; 1/31/20081. (Symmetry and conditional expectation). Let X1 , X2 , . . . be i.i.d. random variables with the same distribution as X where E|X| &lt; . Let Sn X1 + + Xn , and dene Show that E(X1 |Gn )
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 3 Solutions Wellner; 2/7/20081. Exercise 11.6.1, page 34, Wellner, Chapter 11 notes. Prove the equivalence of (i) and (ii) in Proposition 11.2.2. Solution: Suppose that (ii) holds. Let x &lt; 0, 1, 1 x, 0 x 1, h(x) =
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 4 Solutions Wellner; 2/16/20081. Suppose that Y1 , . . . , Yn be independent Bernoulli (1/2) random variables so that Xj = 2Yj 1 are independent Rademacher random variables. with EXj = 0 and V ar(Xj ) = 1. Let Sn = X1 +
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 5 Solutions Wellner; 2/21/20081. Exercise 11.8.7, page 55, Wellner, Chapter 11 notes. (new numbering; exercise 11.6.7, page 33, old numbering). Suppose that X and Y are independent random vectors, and that W is another r
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Statistics 522, Midterm Exam Wellner; 2/20/20081. (24 points). Define three of the following four terms: (a) The conditional expectation of a random variable X given a (sub-) sigma-field D. (b) Convergence in distribution of a sequence of measures
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Statistics 522, Midterm Exam Solutions Wellner; 2/20/20081. (24 points). Dene three of the following four terms: (a) The conditional expectation of a random variable X given a (sub-) sigma-eld D. (b) Convergence in distribution of a sequence of mea
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Statistics 522, Final Exam Wellner; 3/19/20081. (24 points). Dene three of the following six terms: (a) An asymptotically tight sequence {Xn } in a metric space (M, d). (b) Weak convergence of probability measures {Pn } to a probability measure P o
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 1 Wellner; 9/26/07Reading: Due:Shorack, PfS, Chapter 1, pages 1 - 17; Wednesday, October 3, 2007.1. (a) Suppose that {An } is an increasing sequence of algebras, i.e. An An+1 for all n 1. Show that An is an algebr
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Statistics 522, Problem Set 2 Wellner; 1/23/2008Reading: Shorack, PfS, Shorack, PfS, Due:Chapter 11, Sections 7-8, pages 312 - 318; Chapter 13, Sections 1-7, pages 367 - 390. Wednesday, January 30, 2008.1. (Symmetry and conditional expectation)
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 3 Wellner; 10/12/07Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 2, section 2.5, pages 35-36; Shorack, PfS, Chapter 3, sections 3.1-3.5, pages 37 - 51. Due: Wednesday, October 17, 2007. 1. PfS, Exercise 2.2.1, page 28. 2. PfS, Exercise
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 4 Wellner; 10/17/2007Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 3, sections 3.4 - 3.5, pages 46 - 63. Reminder: Make-up lectures on Wednesday 10/17 and Wednesday 10/27, 12:30 - 1:20 in Loew 222. Due: Wednesday, October 24, 2007. 1.
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 5 Wellner; 10/24/2007Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 4, sections 4.1 - 4.4, pages 67 - 85. Due: Wednesday, October 31, 2007. 1. PfS, Exercise 3.4.2, page 48: Show that = 1 if and only if X - X = a(Y -Y ) for some a &gt; 0;
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 6 Wellner; 10/31/2007Reminder: Midterm exam on Friday, November 9. Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 4, sections 4.1 - 4.4, pages 67 - 85; Chapter 5, sections 5.1 - 5.3, pages 87 - 97. Due: Wednesday, November 7, 2007. 1. P
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 7 Wellner; 11/07/2007Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 5, pages 87 - 102; Chapter 7, pages 121 - 132. Reminder: Midterm Exam, Friday, November 9. Due: Wednesday, November 14, 2007. 1. Let be a sigma-nite measure and let b
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 8 Wellner; 11/14/2007Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 7, pages 121 - 136; Chapter 8, pages 165 - 171. Due: Wednesday, November 21, 2007. 1. PfS Exercise 7.4.3, page 131. Prove just the parts of these formulas involving F
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 9 Wellner; 11/21/2007Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 8, pages 165 - 171; Shorack, PfS, Chapter 10, pages 219 - 258. Due: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 1. PfS, Exercise 5.3.1, page 94. Prove that: (a) A function X = (X1 ,
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 10 Wellner; 11/28/2007Reading: Shorack, PfS, Chapter 10, pages 219 - 258. Reminder: Final exam, 2:30 - 4:20, Wednesday, December 12. Due: Wednesday, December 5, 2007. 1. Let K 3 be a prime and let X and Y be independent
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 3 Solutions Wellner; 10/18/20071. Exercise 2.2.1, page 28. Suppose that (, A) = (R2 , B2 ) where B2 denotes the -field generated by all open subsets of the plane. Recall that this -field contains all sets of the form B
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 4 Solutions Wellner; 10/25/071. PfS, Exercise 2.3.3, page 32: show that Xn X if and only if Xn Xm 0. Solution: First suppose that Xn X. Then for every &gt; 0 we have ([|Xm Xn | &gt; ]) ([|Xm X| &gt; /2]) + ([|Xn X| &gt; /2])
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 5 Solutions Wellner; 10/31/20071. PfS, Exercise 3.4.2, page 48: Show that = 1 if and only if X X = a(Y Y ) for some a &gt; 0; and = 1 if an only if X X = a(Y Y ) for some a &lt; 0. Thus measure linear dependence, not depen
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 6 Solutions Wellner; 11/07/20071. PfS, Exercise 3.5.6, page 54, modied as follows: Suppose that f0 , f1 , . . . are 0, dened on a sigma-nite measure space (, A, ). (a) Suppose that fn d = 1 for n = 0, 1, . . ., and fn
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 7, Solutions Wellner; 11/23/981. Let be a sigma-nite measure and let be a nite measure on (, A). Set = ; i.e. dene : A (, ] by (A) = (A) (A). (a) Show that is a signed measure. (b) Show that (A) =A(f g)d( +
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 8 Solutions Wellner; 11/21/20071. PfS Exercise 7.4.3, page 131. Prove just the parts of these formulas involving F , not the parts involving F 1 . Solution: (11): Since X 0 we may write X =X X 0dt to obtainE(X) =
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 9 Solutions Wellner; 11/28/20071. PfS, Exercise 5.3.1, page 94. Prove that: (a) A function X = (X1 , X2 , . . .) : R is B Ameasurable if and only if each Xn is B Ameasurable. (b) If X = (X1 , X2 , . . .) is B A meas
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Statistics 521, Problem Set 10, Solutions Wellner; 12/6/20071. Let K 3 be a prime and let X and Y be independent random variables that are uniformly distributed on {0, 1, . . . , K 1}. For 0 n &lt; K let Zn = (X + nY )mod(K). Show that Z0 , . . . ,
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Statistics 521, Midterm Exam Wellner; 11/9/20071. (24 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)points). Dene three of the following ve terms: Convergence in probability of a sequence of random variables {Xn }. Convergence in distribution of a sequence of random variab
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Statistics 521, Midterm Exam Solutions Wellner; 11/9/20071. (24 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)points). Dene three of the following ve terms: Convergence in probability of a sequence of random variables {Xn }. Convergence in distribution of a sequence of ran
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Statistics 582, Problem Set 2 Wellner; 1/14/2009 Reading: Lehmann and Casella, TPE, Chapter 6, section 6.4, especially pages 455 - 461 and 504-508. Chapter 4, sections 5 - 6. Due: Wednesday, January 21, 2009. 1. Human beings can be classied into one
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Statistics 582, Problem Set 4 Wellner; 1/28/2009Reading: Chapter 5, sections 1-6. Due: Wednesday, February 4, 2009. Reminder: Make up lectures, 11:30 - 12:20, Friday, 30 January and Monday, 2 February (in Thomson 125). 1. Let = {0, 1} = A where 0
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Statistics 582, Problem Set 5 Wellner; 2/4/2009Reading: Chapter 5, sections 6-8 Due: Wednesday, February 11, 2009. Reminder: Midterm Exam: Friday, February 13. 1. Let X = {0, 1}, A = = {1, 2}, and assume that the losses are given by L(1, 1) = L(2,
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Statistics 582, Problem Set 6 Wellner; 2/11/2009Due: Wednesday, February 18, 2009. Reminder: midterm exam, Friday February 13. Reading: Chapter 5, section 8; start reading Chapter 6 1. Consider Example 5.5.4 on pages 16 and 17 of the Chapter 5 note