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The Marker Statistics’ Problem with Occurrence of Tested Phenomena’s Outlying Behavior

Jiri Knizek, Jan Sindelar, Pavel Bouchal, Borivoj Vojtesek, Rudolf Nenutil, Ladislav Beranek


In this paper we describe properties of the algorithm identifying markers by simultaneous tests in a set of quantifying dependences with occurrence of tested phenomena’s outlying behavior. There is a difficulty with very high volumes of computations as it flows from basic combinatorial reasoning. Using robust statistic methods appears as a way out of this complicated situation.


markers, decision making, simultaneous tests, mass spectra, combinatorics.

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