Rank-sum test for two-sample location problem under order restricted randomized design

@inproceedings{Sun2007RanksumTF,
  title={Rank-sum test for two-sample location problem under order restricted randomized design},
  author={Yiping Sun},
  year={2007}
}
There are many experimental settings, where experimental units have abundance of information. This information is usually available in two forms, either in formal measurements or in informal observations. While the formal measurements are successfully used in traditional analyses as covariates, the informal observations are usually ignored. The order restricted randomized design (ORRD) exploits the use of these informal observations (subjective information) to design an experiment. Sets of… CONTINUE READING

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