Hypothesis Designs for Three-Hypothesis Test Problems

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Li, Yan; Pu, Xiaolong;

As a helpful guide for applications, the alternative hypotheses of the three-hypothesis test problems are designed under the required error probabilities and average sample number in this paper. The asymptotic formulas and the proposed numerical quadrature for... View more
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