Cover: Tests of homogeneity for correlated samples.

Tests of homogeneity for correlated samples.

Published 1962

by Albert Madansky

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A presentation of techniques for testing various hypotheses related to the notion of temporal homogeneity of a population each of whose members can belong to any one of S states at any time. These hypotheses include Cochran's permutability hypothesis, the hypothesis of strict exchange, the usual homogeneity hypothesis for multinomial distributions in the presence of correlated samples, and the hypothesis that a first order Markov chain is in a steady state.

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