Estimators for the Convergence Rate of the Distribution Functions of Linear Rank Statistics in the Case of Close Alternatives. II

Vostrikov, A. A.
January 2004
Journal of Mathematical Sciences;Jan2004, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p347
Academic Journal
Deals with estimators for the convergence rate of the distribution functions of linear rank statistics in the case of close alternatives. Auxiliary lemmas; Regression constants satisfying regularity condition; Application of the Holder inequality and the first statement of the lemma.


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