11 edition of **Asymptotic efficiency of nonparametric tests** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1995**
by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York
.

Written in English

- Nonparametric statistics,
- Asymptotic efficiencies (Statistics)

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-264) and index.

Statement | Yakov Nikitin. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA278.8 .N55 1995 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xvi, 274 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 274 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1084972M |

ISBN 10 | 0521470293, 0521470293 |

LC Control Number | 94008820 |

An overview of the asymptotic theory of optimal nonparametric tests is presented in this book. It covers a wide range of topics: Neyman Pearson and LeCam’s theories of optimal tests, the theories of empirical processes and kernel estimators with extensions of their applications to the asymptotic behavior of tests for distribution functions, densities and curves of the nonparametric models. Constancy of distributions: asymptotic efficiency of certain nonparametric tests of constancy.

An overview of the asymptotic theory of optimal nonparametric tests is presented in this book. It covers a wide range of topics: Neyman Pearson and LeCam's theories of optimal tests, the theories of empirical processes and kernel estimators with extensions of their applications to the asymptotic behavior of tests for distribution functions, densities and curves of the nonparametric models. Efficiency (statistics) In the comparison of various statistical procedures, efficiency is a measure of quality of an estimator, of an experimental design, or of a hypothesis testing procedure. Essentially, a more efficient estimator, experiment, or test needs fewer observations than a less efficient one to achieve a given performance.

Book Description. Proven Material for a Course on the Introduction to the Theory and/or on the Applications of Classical Nonparametric Methods. Since its first publication in , Nonparametric Statistical Inference has been widely regarded as the source for learning about nonparametric statistics. The fifth edition carries on this tradition while thoroughly revising at least 50 percent of. However, one must consider the cost, in terms of power, of applying the nonparametric test when indeed the data are distributed normally and satisfy the other assumptions of the parametric test. With this comes the notion of Asymptotic Relative Efficiency (ARE).Cited by:

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The asymptotic efficiency is a fundamental notion of statistics.I have seen in published literature (and posted on here) that the asymptotic relative efficiency of the Wilcoxon signed rank test is at least when compared to the t test.

I have also heard that this only applies to large samples, although some books don't mentioning this (what's with that?).The ratio ψ 2 /ψ *2 = e is called the relative efficiency of the nonparametric test, since the nonparametric test based on the sample of size N is nearly equal (in terms of power) to the best test based on a sample of size eN.

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