Asymptotic Results on a General Class of Empirical Statistics: Power and Confidence Interval Properties
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KeywordsAverage power; Bartlett-type adjustment; Confidence interval; Contiguous alternatives; Edgeworth expansion; Empirical likelihood; Minimaxity; Second-order; Third-order;
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