The shortest confidence interval for the weighted sum of two Binomial proportions

03/27/2019
by   Stanisław Jaworski, et al.
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Interval estimation of the probability of success in a Binomial model is considered. Zieliński (2018) showed that the confidence interval which uses information about non-homogeneity of the sample is better than the classical one. In the following paper the shortest confidence interval for non-homogenous sample is constructed.

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