# Computational Statistics

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*p*-values for these tests that are almost exact as the permutation simulation method. The performance of the saddlepoint method...

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*expressed*or

*not expressed*. Simulations of Boolean networks can give insights into the dynamics of cellular systems. In particular, stable states and cycles in the networks are thought to correspond to phenotypes. This paper presents approaches to...

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*k*density functions from survival data is considered. Two non-parametric tests based on (two different) generalizations of the

*L*

_{1}measure are adapted to the censored context. The asymptotic distribution of the test statistics is derived, and an approximation based on resampling methods is proposed. The relative power of the tests is investigated through a Monte...

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