By Alberink B.

Allow be self reliant, no longer unavoidably identically disbursed random variables. An optimum Berry-Esseen certain is derived for U-statistics of order 2, that's, information of the shape , the place the are measurable features such that ▼. An software is given touching on Wilcoxon's rank-sum try out.

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