By J. Durbin
Offers a coherent physique of thought for the derivation of the sampling distributions of quite a lot of attempt facts. Emphasis is at the improvement of sensible thoughts. A unified remedy of the idea was once tried, e.g., the writer sought to narrate the derivations for checks at the circle and the two-sample challenge to the elemental thought for the one-sample challenge at the line. The Markovian nature of the pattern distribution functionality is under pressure, because it money owed for the beauty of some of the effects completed, in addition to the shut relation with components of the speculation of stochastic methods.
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We assume A/s and Iffis to be known.
Then Fn(x) — Gm(x) takes values [(n + m)/n] i = 1, • • • , n + m, so Obviously these statistics are distribution-free; indeed they depend only on the ranks of the members of one sample in the combined sample. Letting m -> oo and keeping n fixed, D*m -» sup(Fn(r) - t) = D*. We see that transforming to DISTRIBUTION THEORY FOR TESTS 41 the ranks in the two-sample case is entirely analogous to transforming to the uniform distribution in the one-sample case. Now for £>n+ we have the alternative form Dn+ = ma\j(j/n — tj).
7). As an example take the ordinary Cramer-von Mises statistic for which \j/(t) = 1 for all t. We find ,;•= 1,2, • • - . P u t t i n g we obtain where z n l , z n2 , ••• are uncorrelated with zero means and unit variances. 9) is Durbin and Knott  suggest that when using W* for testing goodness of fit the first few znj's should be examined and tested also. , i t t \ , - - - > t ' are the original independent U(0, 1) observations, then znj They show further that for each n the znj's are identically distributed and give a table of significance points.