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Generalized Confidence Interval for the Common Coefficient of Variation

@article{Behboodian2014GeneralizedCI,
  title={Generalized Confidence Interval for the Common Coefficient of Variation},
  author={Javad Behboodian and Ali Akbar Jafari},
  journal={arXiv: Statistics Theory},
  year={2014}
}
In this article, we consider the problem of constructing the confidence interval and testing hypothesis for the common coefficient of variation (CV) of several normal populations. A new method is suggested using the concepts of generalized p-value and generalized confidence interval. Using this new method and a method proposed by Tian (2005), we obtain a shorter confidence interval for the common CV. This combination method has good properties in terms of length and coverage probability… 

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