Note on the kolmogorov statistic in the discrete case

  title={Note on the kolmogorov statistic in the discrete case},
  author={Gottfried E. Noether},
ZusammenfassungEin einfacher Beweis des konservativen Charakters des Kolmogoroffschen Tests bei diskreten Verteilungen wird erbracht.SummaryA simple demonstration of the conservative character of the Kolmogorov test in the case of discrete distributions is given. 

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