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Consistent nonparametric tests for detecting gradual changes in the marginals and the copula of multivariate time series

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Consistent nonparametric tests for detecting gradual changes in the marginals and the copula of multivariate time series
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Statistical Papers, November 2016
DOI 10.1007/s00362-016-0846-8
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Jean-François Quessy

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Mathematics 1 100%

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