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# i.i.d

## English translation: i.i.d. (identically and independently distributed)

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 Spanish term or phrase: i.i.d. (termino ingles) English translation: i.i.d. (identically and independently distributed) Entered by:

 14:36 Mar 26, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
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 Spanish term or phrase: i.i.d What does this abbreviation mean ? En el caso de ausencia de observaciones se dispone de ..*.. una muestra de vectores i.i.d. al vector aleatorio..*.. The * refer to equations that I can't refproduce.
 xxxLia FailSpain Local time: 02:53
 independent, identically distributed (iid) vectors Explanation:independent, identically distributed (iid) vectors. AS IN: ...denote iid random vectors with common distribution which is accompanying to that of X. We investigate the different modes of convergence and the relationship among them. Asymptotic normality is derived for random variables and their transformations. Both I.I.D random vectors and independant random vectors, not necessarily identically distributed, are considered.
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Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
Local time: 02:53
 perfect, i also found it...evetually! I wonder why this Q was squashed form pro to easy? It's highly specific4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

naindependent, identically distributed (iid) vectorsAnnie Robberecht, C. Tr.

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independent, identically distributed (iid) vectors

Explanation:
independent, identically distributed (iid) vectors.

AS IN:
...denote iid random vectors with common distribution
which is accompanying to that of X.

We investigate the different modes of convergence and the
relationship among them. Asymptotic normality is derived for
random variables and their transformations. Both I.I.D random
vectors and independant random vectors, not necessarily
identically distributed, are considered.

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 Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.Local time: 02:53Native speaker of: FrenchPRO pts in pair: 97
 perfect, i also found it...evetually! I wonder why this Q was squashed form pro to easy? It's highly specific