Statistical tests consistent under any alternative are provided for both goodness-of-fit and two-sample comparisons. They are based on (1) the derivation of estimates for the tails of the probability distribution of some particular functionals of a Wiener sheet and (2) the use of a mapping that carries normalized empirical processes (asymptotically distributed as Brownian bridge) onto new processes that converge in distribution to a Wiener sheet. The proposed test statistics are easily obtained from the data. Hints for its computation and empirical estimations of the power of the tests are given.
|Journal||The Annals of Statistics|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 1994|