Statistical Inference: Testing Of Hypotheses

Statistical Inference: Testing Of Hypotheses

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Publisher PHI Learning All Statistics books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120337282
Number of Pages 416
Available in all digital devices
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About The Book Statistical Inference

Book Summary:

Intended as a textbook for a core paper on Statistical Inference: Testing of Hypotheses at the undergraduate level, and one semester course at the masters level, it emphasizes on J. Neyman and Egon Pearsons mathematical foundations of hypothesis testing, which is one of the finest methodologies of reaching conclusions on population parameter.

Following Wald and Fergusons approach, the book presents Neyman-Pearson theory under broader premises of decision theory resulting into simplification and generalization of results. On account of smooth mathematical development of this theory, the book outlines the main result on Lebesgue theory in abstract spaces prior to rigorous theoretical developments on most powerful (MP), uniformly most powerful (UMP) and UMP unbiased tests for different types of testing problems. Likelihood ratio tests their large sample properties to variety of testing situations and connection between confidence estimation and testing of hypothesis have been discussed in separate chapters.

The book illustrates simplification of testing problems and reduction in dimensionality of class of tests resulting into existence of an optimal test through the principle of sufficiency and invariance. It concludes with rigorous theoretical developments on non-parametric tests including their optimality, asymptotic relative efficiency, consistency, and asymptotic null distribution.

Key Features :

Provides clarifications for a number of steps in the proofs of related theory stated therein.

Provides numerous solved examples to add analytical insight on the subject.

A separate chapter on an advanced topic -similar and similar tests with Neyman structure for multi-parameter testing.

The book also serves as a ready reference for the researchers in the areas of agricultural statistics, biostatistics and econometrics.

Table of Contents:
1. The Probability Background
2. Most Powerful Tests
3. One-sided Uniformly Most Powerful Tests
4. Two-sided Uniformly Most Powerful Tests and UMP Unbiased Tests
5. UMP Tests for Multiparameter Case
6. Principles of Invariance in Testing of Hypothesis
7. Likelihood Ratio Test
8. Confidence Estimation and Testing of Hypothesis
9. Non-parametric Tests
10. Univariate Single-sample Problem of Location
11. Univariate Two-sample Problem of Location and Scale
12. Measures of Association for Bivariate Samples