# On Multiple Hypotheses LAO Testing With Rejection of Decision for Two Dependent Objects

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https://doi.org/10.51408/1963-0014## Keywords:

Multiple Hypothesis Testing, Optimal tests, Rejection Option, Two object## Abstract

Multiple statistical hypotheses testing with possibility of rejecting of decisionis considered for model consisting of two dependent objects characterized by joint discrete probability distribution. The matrix of error probabilities exponents (reliabilities) of asymptotically optimal tests is studied.

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