The multivariate-t distribution and the Simes inequality
AbstractSarkar (1998) showed that certain positively dependent (MTP2) random variables satisfy the Simes inequality. The multivariate-t distribution does not satisfy this (MTP2) property, so other means are necessary. A corollary was given in Sarkar (1998) to handle this distribution, but there is an error. In this paper a direct proof is given to show the multivariate-t does satisfy the Simes inequality.
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Volume (Year): 83 (2013)
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