Comparisons between Goodness-of-Fit Tests for ametric Model via Nonparametric Fit

  • Published : 1996.12.01


Most of existing nonparametric test statistics are based on the residuals which are obtained by regressing the data to a parametric model. In this paper we compare power of goodness-of-fit test statistics for testing the (null)parametric model versus the (alternative) nonparametric model.



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