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MSC: 60D05, 60G55
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central limit theorem; facet process; U-statistics
A special case of a Gibbsian facet process on a fixed window with a discrete orientation distribution and with increasing intensity of the underlying Poisson process is studied. All asymptotic joint moments for interaction U-statistics are calculated and the central limit theorem is derived using the method of moments.
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