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 Statistical tests of Hypotheses
 Null and Alternative hypotheses
 Types of Errors
 Critical Region
 Level of Significance
 Power and pvalues
 Equality of two means
 A single variance and the equality of two variances
 Test of Significance of sample correlation coefficient (null case)
 Interval Estimation
 Confidence Interval and Confidence Coefficient
 Exact confidence interval under Normal setup for a single mean
 Single variance
 Large Sample Tests
 Pearsonian x2 tests
 Homogeneity and independence in a contingency table
 Viewed on unbiasedness
 Neyman factorization theorem
 Minimal sufficient statistics
 Maximum likelihood method
 Method of moments
 Minimum chi square method
 Minimum variance unbiased estimators
 Rao blackwell theorem
 Completeness
 lehman – scheffe’s necessary and sufficient condition for mbue
 Cramer – rao lower bound approach
 Bhattacharya’s system of lower bounds for a single parameter.
 One sample u statistics
 Two sample u statistics
 Asymptotic distributions of u statistics
 Umvue
 U statistics
 Rank test
 Locally most powerful rank test
 Linear rank statistics
 One sample location problem
 Sign test
 Signed rank test

 Two sample kolmogorov – smirnov tests
 Two sample location and scale problems
 Wilcoxon – mann – whitney tests. Krusal – wallis k sample tests
 Parametric models
 Point estimation
 Tests of hypotheses and interval estimation
 Likelihood Function
 Plotting likelihood functions
 Sufficiency
 Neymanfactorizability criterion
 Likelihood equivalence
 Minimal sufficient statistic
 Exponential families and Pitman families
 Invariance property of sufficiency under oneone transformation of sample space and parameter space
 Fisher information for one and several parameters models
 Maximum likelihood method
 Methods of moments choice of estimators based on unbiasedness,
 Minimum variance
 Mean squared error
 Minimum variance unbiased estimators
 RaoBlackwell theorem
 Completeness
 LehmannScheffe theorem
 Necessary and sufficient conditions for MVUE, Cramer – Rao lower bound approach
 Tests of Hypotheses
 Concepts of critical regions
 Test functions
 Two kinds of errors
 Size function
 Power function
 Level
 MP and UMP test
 Wald’s SPRT with prescribed errors of two types
 NeymanPearson Lemma
 MP test for simple null against simple alternative hypothesis
 UMP tests for simple null hypothesis against onesided alternatives and for sided null
 Confidence level
 Construction of confidence intervals using pivots
 Shortest expected length confidence interval

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