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one-parameter exponential family; parameter change; locally average most powerful test; rank test; asymptotic relative efficiency
The problem of testing hypothesis under which the observations are independent, identically distributed against a class of alternatives of regression in a parameter of the one-parameter exponential family is studied. A parametric test for this problem is suggested. The relative efficiency of the parametric test compared to the rank test proposed in the author's preceding paper is also derived.
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