Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

Compute the Wald statistic for a given value of the stress-strength R = P(Y<X), that is the parameter of interest, under given parametric model assumptions.

1 | ```
wald(ydat, xdat, psi, distr = "exp")
``` |

`ydat` |
data vector of the sample measurements from Y. |

`xdat` |
data vector of the sample measurements from X. |

`psi` |
scalar for the parameter of interest. It is the value of the quantity R, treated as a parameter under the parametric model construction. |

`distr` |
character string specifying the type of distribution assumed for Y and X.
Possible choices for |

The two independent random variables Y and X with given distribution
`distr`

are measurements from two different populations.
For the relationship of the parameter of interest (R) and nuisance parameters with
the original parameters of `distr`

, look at the details in `loglik`

.

`Wald` |
Value of the Wald statistic for a given |

`Jphat` |
Observed profile Fisher information |

Values of the Wald statistic can be also used for testing statistical hypotheses on the probability R.

Giuliana Cortese

Cortese G., Ventura L. (2013). Accurate higher-order likelihood inference on P(Y<X). Computational Statistics, 28:1035-1059.

Brazzale AR., Davison AC., Reid N. (2007). Applied Asymptotics. Case-Studies in Small Sample Statistics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

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