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JarqueBera statistics guessing Normal or Uniform?
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Apr 18, 2013 6:36 AM



Luis A. Afonso
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Re: JarqueBera statistics guessing Normal or Uniform?
Posted:
Apr 17, 2013 6:16 PM


Are *Parallel Finger Prints*, PFP, a GoF NeymanPearson Test (NP) or not?
As is wellknow the NP test as long the Null Hypotheses (H0) is nullified automatically the Alternative one (H1) is chosen as preferable. PFP as a rather different behavior: Given a set of k parameters and their Critical Values the Outputs/Responses in accordance with the Distributions under test are classified binary, 0, 1, in accordance we found *accept* or reject. A different kind of optional strategy, I think, because is a simultaneous checking procedure where the decision depends on the frequencies found and, contrarily to NP scheme, chosen *by defect* Hypotheses are absent.
What you think about?
Luis A. Afonso



