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then V(0, c) has density
where gc has Fourier transform given by
and where Ai is the Airy function. Thus fc is symmetric about 0 and the density ƒZ = ƒ1. Groeneboom (1989) shows that
where is the largest zero of the Airy function Ai and where .
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- Piet Groeneboom (1985). Estimating a monotone density. In: Le Cam, L.E., Olshen, R. A. (eds.), Proceedings of the Berkeley conference in honor of Jerzy Neyman and Jack Kiefer, vol. II, pp. 539–555. Wadsworth.
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