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 Title & Authors
Testing Uniformity Based on Regression and EDF
Kim, Nam-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Some tests of the goodness of fit of the uniform distribution between 0 and 1 are presented. The powers of the tests under certain alternatives are examined. As a result, the statistic based on the difference between the order statistics and the modal value of them gives good powers. We also give modifications of the statistic without using the extensive tables of the critical points.
 Keywords
Goodness of fit;order statistics;uniform distribution;
 Language
Korean
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