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The use of signal detection theory (SDT) in evaluation of the performance of an inspector on certain tasks requires the identification of the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve of the inspector. In this paper a functional form, Y = f(X), for the ROC equation is proposed, and two...
In this paper a general method for developing necessary conditions for all degrees of stochastic dominance is derived. The method, a minimization of the expected value of certain functions of the random variable, is used to rederive known necessary conditions for dominance and is then used to...
Steady‐state probabilities of Markov Processes are computed by enumerating subgraphs of the transition diagram of the process. The presence of cutpoints in the transition diagram allows for decomposition of the problem into smaller components. Examples from queueing theory are presented. Matrix...
This paper derives a two‐sample non‐parametric procedure for testing quantile‐preserving spreads. The asymptotic properties of the test statistic are studied, and the use of the test is demonstrated in comparing the dispersion of the returns on a stock‐index between months.
The data we deal with are acoustic feature values computed from speech signals produced by normal control speakers and speakers suffering from a laryngeal pathology. The problem is (i) to compare the discriminatory performance of a given acoustic feature with other features of the same family;...
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