# On Optimality of Tests of M-ary H ypotheses for Fixed Number of Independent

## Keywords:

Statistical hypothesis testing, Error probability, Compairing of tests, Optimal test, Neyman - Pearson approach## Abstract

The paper is devoted to the design of optimal approaches of testing of multiple simple hypotheses with samples of a fixed number of independent observations.

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