LIStest: Tests of independence based on the Longest Increasing Subsequence
Tests for independence between X and Y computed from a paired sample (x1,y1),...(xn,yn) of (X,Y), using one of the following statistics (a) the Longest Increasing Subsequence (Ln), (b) JLn, a Jackknife version of Ln or (c) JLMn, a Jackknife version of the longest monotonic subsequence. This family of tests can be applied under the assumption of continuity of X and Y.
- J. E. Garcia and V. A. Gonzalez-Lopez
- Date of publication
- 2014-03-12 23:17:20
- J. E. Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- JLMn statistic, to test independence
- JLn statistic, to test independence
- Longest increasing subsequence for a univariate sample
- Test for independence between paired samples
- Tests of independence based on the Longest Increasing...
- Ln (Longest Increasing Subsequence) statistic, to test...
- Simulated values for the JLMn statistic
- Simulated values for the JLn statistic
- Simulated values for the Ln statistic
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