## Theoretical StatisticsA text that stresses the general concepts of the theory of statistics Theoretical Statistics provides a systematic statement of the theory of statistics, emphasizing general concepts rather than mathematical rigor. Chapters 1 through 3 provide an overview of statistics and discuss some of the basic philosophical ideas and problems behind statistical procedures. Chapters 4 and 5 cover hypothesis testing with simple and null hypotheses, respectively. Subsequent chapters discuss non-parametrics, interval estimation, point estimation, asymptotics, Bayesian procedure, and deviation theory. Student familiarity with standard statistical techniques is assumed. |

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### Contents

Bibliographic notes | 10 |

Bibliographic notes | 56 |

Pure significance tests | 64 |

Bibliographic notes | 82 |

simple null hypotheses | 88 |

Bibliographic notes | 125 |

composite null hypotheses | 131 |

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Bayesian methods | 364 |

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Decision theory | 412 |

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Author Index | 496 |

Point estimation 250 | viii |

Bibliographic notes 272 | 272 |

Further results and exercises 459 | 459 |

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Further results and exercises page | 273 |

Asymptotic theory | 279 |

Bibliographic notes | 354 |

Order statistics 466 | 466 |

Bibliographic notes 474 | 474 |

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