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The estimation of \hat{j}_0 is achieved via a moderate deviationbased approach. The probability that an estimator, computed from a pilot sample size ν, exceeds a value z, the deviation above z is said to be a moderate deviation if its associated probability is polynomially small as a function of ν, and to be a large deviation if the probability is exponentially small in ν. The values of z=z_ν that are associated with moderate deviations are z_ν\equiv\bigl(C\,ν^{1}\,\logν\bigr)^{1/2}, where C>\frac{1}{4}. The null hypothesis that p_k=\frac{1}{2} for ν consecutive values of k, versus the alternative hypothesis that p_k>\frac{1}{2} for at least one of the values of k, is rejected when \hat{p}_j^\pm\frac{1}{2}>z_ν. The probabilities \hat{p}_j^+ and \hat{p}_j^ are estimates of p_j computed from the ν data pairs I_\ell for which \ell lies immediately to the right of j, or immediately to the left of j, respectively.
The iterative algorithm consists of an ordered sequence of "test stages" s_1, s_2,… In stage s_k an integer J_{s_k} is estimated, which is a potential lower bound to j_0 (when k is odd), or a potential upper bound to j_0 (when k is even).
1  compute.stream(Idata, const=0.251, v, r=1.2)

Idata 
Input data is a vector of 0s and 1s (see 
const 
Denotes the constant C of the moderate deviation bound, needs to be larger than 0.25 (default is 0.251) 
v 
Denotes the pilot sample size ν related to the degree of randomness in the assignments. In each step the noise is estimated from the Idata as probability of 1 within the interval of size ν, moving from J_{s_{k1}} r ν if k is odd or J_{s_{k1}} +r ν if k is even, until convergence or break (see 
r 
Denotes a technical constant determining the starting point from which the probability for I=1 is estimated in a window of size 
A named list containing:
j0_est 
Is the estimated index for which the 
k 
k=j0_est1 
reason.break 
The reason why the computation has ended  convergence or break condition 
js 
Is the sequence of estimated j_0 in each iteration run, also showing the convergence behaviour 
v 
Is the preselected value of the parameter ν 
Eva Budinska <[email protected]>, Michael G. Schimek <[email protected]>
1 2 3 4 5  set.seed(465)
myhead < rbinom(20, 1, 0.8)
mytail < rbinom(20, 1, 0.5)
mydata < c(myhead, mytail)
compute.stream(mydata, v=10)

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