Approximation Theory in the Central Limit Theorem: Exact Results in Banach Spaces
V. Paulauskas, Vigantas Ionovich Paulauskas, Vigantas J. Paulauskas, Rackauskas A., A. Rackauskas, Alfredas I͡Urgevich Rachkauskas, Alfredas J. Račkauskas
Springer Netherlands, Aug 31, 1989 - Mathematics - 156 pages
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