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This paper considers the task of asymmetry rectiication. We start by giving various reasons why the possession of symmetry may be beneecial for designed shapes, and mention how v arious construction methods may produce shapes which are less symmetric than desired. We then consider how t o m a k e asymmetric parts symmetric, a process we call asymmetry(More)
Some adaptive test procedures are developed for the generalized Behrens-Fisher problem. The one having a deterministic approach is based on calculating a measure of symmetry from each sample and using them as a basis for choosing between the modified Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test (Fligner and Policello, 1981) and the modified Mood's median test (Fligner and(More)
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