# On Neyman-Pearson Testing for Pair of Independent Objects

## Keywords:

Independent objects, Statistical hypotheses, Neyman-Pearson testing, Error probability## Abstract

The Neyman-Pearson principle for a model consisting of two independent objects is considered. It is supposed that two probability distributions are known and each object follows one of them independently. Two approaches of Neyman-Pearson testing are considered for this model. The aim is to compare error probabilities to the corresponding two cases.

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