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Moments of the superdiffusive elephant random walk with general step distribution

@inproceedings{Kiss2021MomentsOT,
  title={Moments of the superdiffusive elephant random walk with general step distribution},
  author={J Kiss and B'alint VetHo},
  year={2021}
}
We consider the elephant random walk with general step distribution. We calculate the first four moments of the limiting distribution of the position rescaled by nα in the superdiffusive regime where α is the memory parameter. This extends the results obtained by Bercu in [Ber17]. 

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