Rates in almost sure invariance principle for slowly mixing dynamical systems

14 Nov 2018  ·  Cuny C., Dedecker J., Korepanov A., Merlevède F. ·

We prove the one-dimensional almost sure invariance principle with essentially optimal rates for slowly (polynomially) mixing deterministic dynamical systems, such as Pomeau-Manneville intermittent maps, with H\"older continuous observables. Our rates have form $o(n^\gamma L(n))$, where $L(n)$ is a slowly varying function and $\gamma$ is determined by the speed of mixing... We strongly improve previous results where the best available rates did not exceed $O(n^{1/4})$. To break the $O(n^{1/4})$ barrier, we represent the dynamics as a Young-tower-like Markov chain and adapt the methods of Berkes-Liu-Wu and Cuny-Dedecker-Merlev\`ede on the Koml\'os-Major-Tusn\'ady approximation for dependent processes. read more

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