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CLT for the capacity of the range of stable random walks

@article{Cygan2019CLTFT,
  title={CLT for the capacity of the range of stable random walks},
  author={Wojciech Cygan and Nikola Sandri'c and Stjepan vSebek},
  journal={arXiv: Probability},
  year={2019}
}
In this article, we establish a central limit theorem for the capacity of the range process for a class of $d$-dimensional symmetric $\alpha$-stable random walks with the index satisfying $d\ge3\alpha$. Our approach is based on controlling the limit behavior of the variance of the capacity of the range process which then allows us to apply the Lindeberg-Feller theorem. 
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