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David Hedges, aka Dave.i.d., is a bit of a mystery.
New music: Dave.i.d. – Gangs EP Michael Cragg 2010

I specifically used choose to deal with nonreplacement rather than multiplying i.i.d probabilities.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Welcome to Washington, Mr. Ricci: 2009

If you can generate that process long memory component + white noise etc using i.i.d series as driving noise, you can apply the above method.

What is the null hypothesis in Fig 7 a and c significant regime shifts? i.i.d Gaussian?

What is the null hypothesis in Fig 7 a and c significant regime shifts? i.i.d Gaussian?

Yep, take N samples from i.i.d gaussian, sort the data in ascending order, sort the data in descending order..

Indeed, this serves as rather a pretty illustration of noni.i.d. errors in a pretty simple situation.
Hansen and the "Destruction of Creation" « Climate Audit 2007

Positive temporal correlation means that there must be lowfrequency variation in the temperatures, not helping either. i.i.d process with annual deviation of 0.15 C would be easier to reconstruct in RMSE sense with noisy observations than a positively correlated process with 0.15 C sd driving noise – the former has lower variability.
Polar Urals Update and Jones et al 1998 « Climate Audit 2006

Regression assumptions presume independent identically distributed i..i.d errors, which is not demonstrated in MBH98 and appears to be untrue, although this discussion is beyond the scope of this article.

But now here is a change for statistical inference: after we get 5sigmas we can drop the ‘Gaussian i.i.d’ hypothesis.
Willis E on Hansen and Model Reliability « Climate Audit 2006
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