Improved Asymptotics for Zeros of Kernel Estimates via a Reformulation of the Leadbetter-Cryer Integral

@article{Riedel1997ImprovedAF,
  title={Improved Asymptotics for Zeros of Kernel Estimates via a Reformulation of the Leadbetter-Cryer Integral},
  author={Kurt S. Riedel},
  journal={Statistics \& Probability Letters},
  year={1997},
  volume={32},
  pages={351-356}
}
  • K. Riedel
  • Published 1 April 1997
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics & Probability Letters
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