uniformly most powerful test

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Irving Fisher (1867—1947)


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A test of a null hypothesis which has power which is at least as great as that of any alternative test for all values of the parameter under test. The concept was introduced by Sir Ronald Fisher in 1934.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.

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