Comparison of Experiments
HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington United States
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Bohnenblust, Shapley, and Sherman 2 have introduced a method of comparing two sampling procedures or experiments essentially their concept is that one experiment alpha is more informative than a second experiment Beta, alpha is contained in Beta, if, for every possible risk function, any risk attainable with , is also attainable with alpha.
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