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1 mZ Z ~ and if all ) - ~ i 3) j < . . < km 1 :;: k ' ) - 3) m2 < ... < i :;: n and m :;: n l l , j j Z L n ' If all i are diff erent fr om the Z u jv are different from all l v' 's, then the e x pec t a t i o n und er th e sum i s ze ro . In all other ca s es 2, 21/hIl usi n g Hölder's this e x p e c t a t i o n c an be bounded by i neq u a l i t y . Th e number of these c as e s i s e xac t ly = t 1 ) 2 (n 2 ) 2 ITl, (1 _ ITl 2 (n,-JT1 1 ) · · (n l -2ITl1 + ' ) (n 2- JT1 2)·· (n 2-2 r12 + ' ) ) n, .

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4: A fi eld u, v of rea l- valued random v a ri ab le s u, v (u,vv:>N z (n B 2 is a subMartingale. 2: Let h b e a generalized kernel of degree (m and let 1,m2) be two independent seguen ces of : k

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