# Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability

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*r*

_{1}and

*r*

_{2}specified beforehand, an event of type 2 is the end of a 1-run if it is preceded by at least

*r*

_{1}events of type 1 for which there are no intervening events...

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*L*

_{1}distance...

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*P*is increasingly accepted as an adjustment for the

*P*-value when an integer-valued test statistic W is used (as in Fisher's Exact Test), and is recommended for quoting as a measure of significance with the actual

*P*-value. On the basis of distributional properties of the mid-P which resemble those of a

*P*-value of a continuous test statistic, we propose a further adjustment. This gives...

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*X*

_{1},...,

*X*

_{n}be a sequence of i.i.d. random variables taking values in an alphabet Ω=ω

_{1},...,ω

_{q},

*q*≥ 2, with probabilities

*P*(

*X*

_{a}=ω

_{i})=

*p*

_{i},

*a*=1,...,

*n,i*=1,...,

*q*. We consider a fixed h-letter word W=w

_{1}...w

_{h}which is produced under the above scheme. We define by

*R*(

*W*) the number of appearances of W as Renewal (which is equal with the maximum number of non-overlapping appearances) and by

*N*(

*W*) the number...

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