# Testing the finiteness of the support of a distribution: a statistical look at Tsirelson's equation

@inproceedings{Delattre2012TestingTF, title={Testing the finiteness of the support of a distribution: a statistical look at Tsirelson's equation}, author={Sylvain Delattre and Mathieu Rosenbaum}, year={2012} }

- Published 2012
DOI:10.1214/ecp.v17-1834

We consider the following statistical problem: based on an i.i.d.sample of size n of integer valued random variables with common law m, is it possible to test whether or not the support of m is finite as n goes to infinity? This question is in particular connected to a simple case of Tsirelson's equation, for which it is natural to distinguish between two main configurations, the first one leading only to laws with finite support, and the second one including laws with infinite support. We show… CONTINUE READING

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