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Martin's Press, © For most applications of asymptotic theory to statistical problems, the objects of interest are sequences of random vectors (or matrices), say X N or Y N; which are typically statistics indexed by the sample size N; the object is to –nd simple approximations for the distribution functions of X N or Y N.
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The primary purpose of this paper is to review a very few results on some basic elements of large sample theory in a restricted structural framework, as described in detail in the recent book by LeCam and Yang (, Asymptotics in Statistics: Some Basic Concepts.
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The associated tests are shown to have good power against a wide range of alternatives. One also exhibits the application of the tests to a number of statistical hypothesis testing problems, some of which seemingly bear no relationship to tests for constancy of a mean.
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