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Testing Statistical Hypotheses of Equivalence

Testing Statistical Hypotheses of Equivalence by Stefan Wellek
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Equivalence testing has grown significantly in importance over the last two decades, especially as its relevance to a variety of applications has become understood. Yet published work on the general methodology remains scattered in specialists' journals, and for the most part, it focuses on the relatively narrow topic of bioequivalence assessment.

With a far broader perspective, Testing Statistical Hypotheses of Equivalence provides the first comprehensive treatment of statistical equivalence testing. The author addresses a spectrum of specific, two-sided equivalence testing problems, from the one-sample problem with normally distributed observations of fixed known variance to problems involving several samples and multivariate data. The treatment includes a concise review of basic mathematical results on optimal tests for equivalence, and the author makes available on the Internet a collection of computer programs that allow easy implementation of the methods presented.

In a field as complex and rich in potential applications as equivalence testing, Testing Statistical Hypotheses of Equivalence stands alone as a coherent reference that furnishes both the theoretical and practical tools needed for dealing with equivalence trials of any complexity and in any phase.
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Title: Testing Statistical Hypotheses of Equivalence
Author: Stefan Wellek

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