# First-Passage Times for Random Walks in the Triangular Array Setting

@article{Denisov2020FirstPassageTF, title={First-Passage Times for Random Walks in the Triangular Array Setting}, author={Denis Denisov and Alexander I. Sakhanenko and Vitali Wachtel}, journal={A Lifetime of Excursions Through Random Walks and L{\'e}vy Processes}, year={2020} }

In this paper we continue our study of exit times for random walks with independent but not necessarily identical distributed increments. Our paper "First-passage times for random walks with non-identically distributed increments" was devoted to the case when the random walk is constructed by a fixed sequence of independent random variables which satisfies the classical Lindeberg condition. Now we consider a more general situation when we have a triangular array of independent random variables…

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