Smoothing-Based Tests with Directional Random Variables

  title={Smoothing-Based Tests with Directional Random Variables},
  author={Eduardo Garc'ia-Portugu'es and Rosa M. Crujeiras and Wenceslao Gonz'alez-Manteiga},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
Testing procedures for assessing specific parametric model forms, or for checking the plausibility of simplifying assumptions, play a central role in the mathematical treatment of the uncertain. No certain answers are obtained by testing methods, but at least the uncertainty of these answers is properly quantified. This is the case for tests designed on the two most general data generating mechanisms in practice: distribution/density and regression models. Testing proposals are usually… 


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