Basic properties of strong mixing conditions. A survey and some open questions

  title={Basic properties of strong mixing conditions. A survey and some open questions},
  author={Richard C. Bradley},
  journal={Probability Surveys},
  • R. C. Bradley
  • Published 21 April 2005
  • Mathematics
  • Probability Surveys
This is an update of, and a supplement to, a 1986 survey paper by the author on basic properties of strong mixing conditions. 

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