Some Remarks on Rao and Lovric’s ‘Testing Point Null Hypothesis of a Normal Mean and the Truth: 21st Century Perspective’

  title={Some Remarks on Rao and Lovric’s ‘Testing Point Null Hypothesis of a Normal Mean and the Truth: 21st Century Perspective’},
  author={Bruno D. Zumbo and Edward Kroc},
  journal={Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods},
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