Department of Statistics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
UIUC STATISTICS: FACULTY
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Emeritus Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Vienna, 1960
Emeritus
Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Vienna, 1960
> Research Interests Limit theory for dependent random variables Probability on Banach spaces Empirical processes Probabilistic number theory Bell's theorem in Quantum Mechanics
> Research Interests
Limit theory for dependent random variables
Probability on Banach spaces
Empirical processes
Probabilistic number theory
Bell's theorem in Quantum Mechanics
> Honors and Appointments Associate of the Beckman Institute Correspondent, Austrian Academy of Sciences Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Statistics
Associate of the Beckman Institute
Correspondent, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Statistics
> Some Recent Publications The profound impact of Paul Erdős on probability limit theory — A personal account, Paul Erdős and his Mathematics I, pp. 549-566, Bolyai Society Mathematical Studies 11, Budapest (2002). Pair correlations and U-statistics for independent and weakly dependent random variables, Illinois J. Math, vol. 45, 559-580 (2001) (with I. Berkes and R. Tichy). Empirical process techniques for dependent data, in Empirical Process Techniques for Dependent Data pp. 3- 113, Birkhauser (2002) (Dehling, Mikesch, Sørensen, ed.) (with H. Dehling). A possible loophole in the theorem of Bell, PNAS vol. 98, 14224-14227 (2001) (with Karl Hess). Bell's theorem and the problem of decidability between the views of Einstein and Bohr, PNAS, vol. 98, 14228-14233 (2001) (with Karl Hess). Exclusion of time in the theorem of Bell, Europhysics Letters vol. 57, pp. 775-781 (2002) (with Karl Hess). Time and setting dependent instrument parameters and proofs of Bell-type inequalities, PNAS, 2003. (with Karl Hess) (to appear).
The profound impact of Paul Erdős on probability limit theory — A personal account, Paul Erdős and his Mathematics I, pp. 549-566, Bolyai Society Mathematical Studies 11, Budapest (2002).
Pair correlations and U-statistics for independent and weakly dependent random variables, Illinois J. Math, vol. 45, 559-580 (2001) (with I. Berkes and R. Tichy).
Empirical process techniques for dependent data, in Empirical Process Techniques for Dependent Data pp. 3- 113, Birkhauser (2002) (Dehling, Mikesch, Sørensen, ed.) (with H. Dehling).
A possible loophole in the theorem of Bell, PNAS vol. 98, 14224-14227 (2001) (with Karl Hess).
Bell's theorem and the problem of decidability between the views of Einstein and Bohr, PNAS, vol. 98, 14228-14233 (2001) (with Karl Hess).
Exclusion of time in the theorem of Bell, Europhysics Letters vol. 57, pp. 775-781 (2002) (with Karl Hess).
Time and setting dependent instrument parameters and proofs of Bell-type inequalities, PNAS, 2003. (with Karl Hess) (to appear).