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A lim inf result in Strassen’s law of the iterated logarithm. (English) Zbl 0722.60030
For a function f(.) from Strassen’s class, we investigate the lim inf behaviour of its distance from the normalized trajectories of a Wiener process. The lim inf rate is expressed in terms of a certain functional of f(.). In addition, we give a result on the lim inf behaviour of the distance of the normed trajectories from Strassen’s class as a whole.
Reviewer: K.Grill (Wien)

MSC:
60F15 Strong limit theorems
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