Testing the homogeneity of inverse Gaussian scale-like parameters
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- Sadooghi-Alvandi, Soltan Mohammad & Malekzadeh, Ahad, 2013. "A note on testing homogeneity of the scale parameters of several inverse Gaussian distributions," Statistics & Probability Letters, Elsevier, vol. 83(8), pages 1844-1848.
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KeywordsInverse Gaussian populations; Scale-like parameters; Generalized p-value;
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