Given $n$ independent random marked $d$-vectors $X_i$ with a common density, define the measure $\nu_n = \sum_i \xi_i $, where $\xi_i$ is a measure (not necessarily a point measure) determined by the (suitably rescaled) set of points near $X_i$. Technically, this means here that $\xi_i$ stabilizes with a suitable power-law decay of the tail of the radius of stabilization. For bounded test functions $f$ on $R^d$, we give a central limit theorem for $\nu_n(f)$, and deduce weak convergence of $\nu_n(\cdot)$, suitably scaled and centred, to a Gaussian field acting on bounded test functions. The general result is illustrated with applications to measures associated with germ-grain models, random and cooperative sequential adsorption, Voronoi tessellation and $k$-nearest neighbours graph.
"Gaussian Limts for Random Geometric Measures." Electron. J. Probab. 12 989 - 1035, 2007. https://doi.org/10.1214/EJP.v12-429