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By Paul Dupuis

ISBN-10: 0471076724

ISBN-13: 9780471076728

Applies the well-developed instruments of the idea of vulnerable convergence of likelihood measures to giant deviation analysis—a constant new strategy

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Then, it is proved that is a martingale. 3). 1 The boundedness assumption on For this a smooth function may be removed. 1). 3). 6. for some itself is tight and weakly Notes and References The stochastic approximation algorithm was first proposed by Robbins and Monro in [82], where the mean square convergence of the algorithm was established under the independence assumption on the observation noise. g. [7, 40, 53]). 24 STOCHASTIC APPROXIMATION AND ITS APPLICATIONS The probabilistic approach to convergence analysis is well summarized in [78].

3) for a given initial value. 3 holds. Proof. 1. Let STOCHASTIC APPROXIMATION AND ITS APPLICATIONS 38 If or or both do not belong to J, then exists such that since J is closed. Then would cross infinitely many times. 1, this is impossible. 1’ only guarantee that the distance between and the set J tends to zero. As a matter of fact, we have more precise result. 1’ hold. 3). 1)– Proof. , is disconnected. In other words, closed sets and exist such that and Define Since where Define a exists such that denotes the of set A.

2 is obvious, for STOCHASTIC APPROXIMATION AND ITS APPLICATIONS 40 Finally, is nowhere dense. 2 also holds. 3 is satisfied too. 3) converges to a point If for the conventional (untruncated) RM algorithm it is a priori known that theorem. 1) is such that for some and is removed. 3 holds, where is a connected subset of Proof. 15) become obvious. 1 remain unchanged, while Step 4 is no longer needed. 2. 34) is known to be bounded. 2-4’ hold. 3 holds, where is a connected subset of Proof. 2. 2° in the subspace S in order the corresponding conclusions about convergence of to hold.

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