Stepup Procedures Controlling Generalized Fwer and Generalized Fdr

@inproceedings{Sarkar2006StepupPC,
  title={Stepup Procedures Controlling Generalized Fwer and Generalized Fdr},
  author={Sanat K. Sarkar},
  year={2006}
}
In many applications of multiple hypothesis testing where more than one false rejection can be tolerated, consideration of error rates allowing more than one, rather than at least one, false rejection can potentially increase the ability of a procedure to detect false null hypotheses. The k-FWER, which is a generalized version of the usual familywise error rate (FWER), is such an error rate that is recently introduced in the literature and procedures controlling it have been proposed. A further… CONTINUE READING
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