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Moreover, this choice is not optimal in many cases. Below we will consider other fields {λ(k)} as well. 19 Let n ∈ Nd , r > 0, and let {b(k), k ≤ n} be an increasing field of positive real numbers. 50) holds for some c > 1 and some nonnegative numbers {λ(k), k ≤ n}, then E max k≤n S(k) b(k) r ≤ c2r cr − 1 k≤n λ(k) . 49). Note that the sets Bt are empty for sufficiently large t. Moreover, ∞ t Bi = At , i=0 Bt = {k : k ≤ n}. t=0 38 2 Maximal Inequalities for Multi-Indexed Sums of Independent Random ...

Id = kd }, E(k) = {ω : S(k1 ) − S(k0 ) − κ1−q (S(k1 ) − S(k0 )) ≥ 0}. The events I (k), k ≤ n, are disjoint, that is I (k)∩I (m) = ∅ if k = m. Moreover I (k) = max[S(k) − (k)] ≥ x . k≤n k≤n Note that the random event I (k) for every k ≤ n is defined in terms of random variables X (m) whose indices m = (m 1 , . . , m d ) are such that m 1 ≤ k1 , while the random event E(k) is expressed in terms of the random variables X (m) whose indices are such that m 1 > k1 . Thus I (k) and E(k) are pairwise independent for all k ≤ n.

14 Let {X (n)} be a field of independent random variables. Let L ⊂ Nd be an arbitrary finite set and r ≥ 2 be a positive integer, 1 ≤ t ≤ 2. Also let E [X (k)] = 0 and |X (k)| ≤ b almost surely for some non-random constant b > 0 t ≥ 1/8e, then and for all k ∈ L. 17) k∈L where Sr,t is the universal constant defined above. 3 It may appear that the assumption that the terms in the sum are bounded restricts the possible applications of Skorokhod’s inequality. This is not the case for problems related to the almost sure asymptotic behavior of normalized sums of independent random variables, since a common trick in the proofs of such results is to truncate the random variables so that after a point we are dealing with bounded terms and Skorokhod’s inequality applies.

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