## Stability Problems for Stochastic Models: Proceedings of the 9th International Seminar Held in Varna, Bulgaria, May 13-19, 1985Vladimir V. Kalashnikov, Vladimir Viacheslavovich Kalashnikov, Boian Ivan Penkov, Boyan Penkov, Vladimir M Zolotarev The subject of this book is a new direction in the field ofprobability theory and mathematical statistics which can becalled "stability theory": it deals with evaluating theeffects of perturbing initial probabilistic models andembraces quite varied subtopics: limit theorems, queueingmodels, statistical inference, probability metrics, etc. Thecontributions are original research articles developing newideas and methods of stability analysis. |

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### Contents

M Preface | 1 |

Kagan A M Zinger A A Contribution to the analytic | 23 |

Korolev V Yu The accuracy of the normal approximation | 36 |

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Stability Problems for Stochastic Models Vladimir V. Kalashnikov,Boyan Penkov,Vladimir M. Zolotarev No preview available - 2014 |

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