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The Institute of Mathematical Statistics Lecture Notes–Monograph Series . The series covers a broad range of topics in probability and statistics. Time Series and Related Topics: In Memory of Ching-Zong Wei 2006 pp. i-xiv, 1-294.

The Institute of Mathematical Statistics Lecture Notes–Monograph Series was first published in 1981 . Coverage: 1982-2009 (Vol. 2 - Vol. 57). Publication of this title ceased in 2009. 2006 (Vol. 51). High Dimensional Probability 2006 pp. i-viii+1-276.

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