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A Study on the Bi-Aspect Test for the Two-Sample Problem
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Bi-Aspect Test for the Two-Sample Problem
Hong, Seung-Man; Park, Hyo-Il;
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 Abstract
In this paper we review a bi-aspect nonparametric test for the two-sample problem under the location translation model and propose a new one to accommodate a more broad class of underlying distributions. Then we compare the performance of our proposed test with other existing ones by obtaining empirical powers through a simulation study. Then we discuss some interesting features related to the bi-aspect test with a comment on a possible expansion for the proposed test as concluding remarks.
 Keywords
Bi-aspect test;combining function;nonparametric test;permutation principle;
 Language
English
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