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Hypothesis testing in integral geometry

Author: Peter Waksman
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 296 (1986), 507-520
MSC: Primary 60D05; Secondary 52A22
MathSciNet review: 846595
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Abstract: Probability distributions are defined relative to a fixed plane domain and are calculated explicitly when the domain is a union of coordinate rectangles. The theory of approximating step functions by the resulting special functions gives an interpretation of the problem of guessing a domain given a random sample of observations.

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Keywords: Guessing shape, random lines, statistics
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