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hypothesis of randomness; weak law of large numbers; randomized ranks; averaged scores
The author studies the linear rank statistics for testing the pypothesis of randomness against the alternative of two samples provided both are drawn grom discrete (integer-valued) distributions. The weak law of large numbers and the exact slope are obtained for statistics with randomized ranks of with averaged scores.
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