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On the exceedance point process for a stationary sequence. (English) Zbl 0619.60054
It is known that the exceedance points of a high level by a stationary sequence are asymptotically Poisson as the level increases, under appropriate long range and local dependence conditions. When the local dependence conditions are relaxed, clustering of exceedances may occur, based on Poisson positions for the clusters.
In this paper a detailed analysis of the exceedance point process is given, and shows that, under wide conditions, any limiting point process for exceedances is necessarily compound Poisson. More generally the possible random measure limits for normalized exceedance point processes are characterized. Sufficient conditions are also given for the existence of a point process limit. The limiting distributions of extreme order statistics are derived as corollaries.

60G55 Point processes (e.g., Poisson, Cox, Hawkes processes)
60F05 Central limit and other weak theorems
62G30 Order statistics; empirical distribution functions
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