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Tail estimations for normed sums of centered exchangeable random variables

@inproceedings{MRFormica2022TailEF,
  title={Tail estimations for normed sums of centered exchangeable random variables},
  author={M.R.Formica and E.Ostrovsky and L.Sirota},
  year={2022}
}
We derive in this short report the exponential as well as power decreasing tail estimations for the sums of centered exchangeable random variables, alike ones for the sums of the centered independent ones. 

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