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Testing for equality between two transformations of random variables

@article{Boutahar2011TestingFE,
  title={Testing for equality between two transformations of random variables},
  author={Mohamed Boutahar and Denys Pommeret},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2011}
}
Consider two random variables contaminated by two unknown transformations. The aim of this paper is to test the equality of those transformations. Two cases are distinguished: first, the two random variables have known distributions. Second, they are unknown but observed before contaminations. We propose a nonparametric test statistic based on empirical cumulative distribution functions. Monte Carlo studies are performed to analyze the level and the power of the test. An illustration is… 

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