Some Statistical Problems Connected with Stochastic Processes.

by Thomas Anderson, D. A. Darling

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A treatment of the statistical problem of testing the hypothesis that a sample of n independent, identically distributed, random variables has the common continuous distribution function F(x) fixed in advance. (Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, June 1952.)

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