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Randomized Empirical Processes by Algebraic Groups, and Tests for Weak Null Hypotheses

@inproceedings{Dobler2019RandomizedEP,
  title={Randomized Empirical Processes by Algebraic Groups, and Tests for Weak Null Hypotheses},
  author={Dennis Dobler},
  year={2019}
}
  • D. Dobler
  • Published 17 December 2019
  • Mathematics
Randomization tests are based on a re-randomization of existing data to gain data-dependent critical values that lead to exact hypothesis tests under special circumstances. However, it is not always possible to re-randomize data in accordance to the physical randomization from which the data has been obained. As a consequence, most statistical tests cannot control the type I error probability. Still, similarly as the bootstrap, data re-randomization can be used to improve the type I error… 

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