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CENTRAL LIMIT THEOREM AT THE SCALES O ( TN ) AND O (( TN )2/3 ) 29 that in particular (tn )−1/2 δ (tn )−1/3 . 3. 5) is e− tn F ( x ) 2π × tn η ( h) √ δ −δ tn η (h) √ iw tn η ( h) ψ h+ tn η (h) e e− tn Δn (w) w2 2 −h− √ iw tn η (h) dw, 1−e up to a factor (1 + o(1)). Let us analyze each part of the integral: • The difference between ψ(h + √ by max z∈[− s,s ]+i[− δ,δ] iw ) tn η (h) and ψ(0) is bounded |ψ(z) − ψ(0)| = o(1) by continuity of ψ, so one can replace the term with ψ by the constant ψ(0) = 1, up to factor (1 + o(1)).
3 shows that for x > 0 such that x log n ∈ N, P [ Xn = x(log n)] = n−( x log x − x +1) 1 1 + O(1/ log n) . 2πx log n Γ( x) Similarly, for x > 1 such that x log n ∈ N, one has P [ Xn ≥ x(log n)] = 1 n−( x log x − x +1) x 1 + O(1/ log n) . 2πx log n x − 1 Γ( x) As the speed of convergence is very good in this case, precise expansions in 1/ log n to any order could also be given. 26 3. 3. Central limit theorem at the scales o(tn ) and o((tn )2/3 ) The previous paragraph has described in the lattice case the fluctuations of ( Xn )n∈N in the regime O(tn ), with a result akin to large deviations.
FLUCTUATIONS IN THE NON-LATTICE CASE √ following. Fix 0 < δ < Δ and take T = Δ tn . 3) and using Feller’s lemma, we get: | Fn ( x) − Gn ( x)| 1 ≤ π ≤ √ Δ tn 24m f n∗ (ζ ) − gn∗ (ζ ) √ dζ + ζ Δπ tn √ −Δ tn 1 √ √ δ tn π tn −δ 1 + √ πδ tn √ ζ2 ζ e − 2 ( 1 + | ζ |2 ) ε √ tn tn √ √ √ √ [− Δ tn ,Δ tn ]\[− δ tn ,δ tn ] dζ + 24m √ Δπ tn | f n∗ (ζ ) − gn∗ (ζ )| dζ. 4) In the right-hand side of this inequality, the first part is of the form ε√( δ) M with limδ→0 ε (δ) = 0, while the second part is smaller than Δ√ tn tn for some constant M.