Critical Values for the Cusumsq Statistic in Medium and Large Sized Samples
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- Tom Doan, "undated". "CUSUMTESTS: RATS procedure to compute and display CUSUM and CUSUMQ tests," Statistical Software Components RTS00045, Boston College Department of Economics.
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