Hurlee Gonchigdanzan

Professor

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Cincinnati
M.S., Statistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
B.S., Mathematics, National University of Mongolia


Research Interests

Limit Theorems in Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, and Stochastic Processes

Publications

(2016) Almost sure central limit theorems for weighted dependent sequences (accepted to Studia Sci. Math. Hung)

(2011) How much does a Hamiltonian cycle weigh in a complete graph K6? (preprint)

(2010) Almost sure functional limit theorem for the product of partial sums. ESAIM: Probab and Stat., Vol 14, 338 -342.

(2009) How much does a Hamiltonian cycle weigh in complete graphs K4 and K5? ArXiv.org: 0907.5016v2

(2009) with Kosinski, K., On the functional limits for partial sums under stable law. Statist. Probab. Letters, 79(17), 1818 -1822.

(2008) An almost sure limit theorem for the product of partial sums with stable distribution. Statist. Probab. Letters, 78(18), 3170 -3175.

(2006) with Rempala, G., Almost sure limit theorem for the product of partial sums. Applied Math. Letters, 19(2), 191-196.

(2005) On the almost sure limit theorem for the product of U-statistics. Period. Math. Hung., 50(1-2), 149-153.

(2002) with Csáki, E., Almost sure limit theorems for the maximum of stationary Gaussian sequences. Statist. Probab. Letters, 58(2), 195-203 

(2002) On the pointwise central limit theorem for strongly mixing and associated random variables. Int. Jour. Math. & Math. Sci., 29(3), 125 -131.    

(2001) Almost Sure Limit Theorems. Ph.D. Dissertation, EDT, OhioLINK.            

(1997) Almost sure limit theorems for dependent random variables. Studia Sci. Math. Hung., 33, 167-175.                                                                                                   

(1996) On the almost sure central limit theorem for φ-mixing random variables. Studia Sci. Math. Hung., 31, 197-202.                                                                  

(1995) On the almost sure local and global central limit theorem for weakly dependent random variables. Ann. Univ. Sci. Budapest, Sect. Math., 38, 109-126.    

(1995) An approximation for logarithmic averages of partial sums of random variables. Period. Math. Hung., 31(3), 189-200

Presentations

Asymptotic Results in Probability and StatisticsThe conference that honored the 75th birthday of two great Hungarian mathematicians, Csáki Endre and Révész Pál

Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary, November 5-7, 2009

From left: Hurlee Gonchigdanzan, Csáki Endre, Csörgő Miklós, Révész PálHurlee_Csaki_Csorgo_Revesz.jpg