# Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice

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*X*, such as income or tax evasion, direct questioning causes answer refusal and untruthful answers. To increase the respondents’ cooperation, nonrandomized response survey techniques are currently emerging. In this field of research, the diagonal model (DM) survey technique was recently published to gather data on multicategorical

*X*. However, the estimation...

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*MJB*

_{1}) based on the Srivastava...

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*R*-Fisher

*F*

_{I}statistics, each having a noncentral

*F*-distribution with noncentrality parameter

*λ*as a function of shifts only at deleted rows in the index set

*I*. Numerous studies examine empirical outcomes of these diagnostics in random experiments. In contrast, studies here are...

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