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multivariate model; linear hypothesis; variance components; insensitive region
In regular multivariate regression model a test of linear hypothesis is dependent on a structure and a knowledge of the covariance matrix. Several tests procedures are given for the cases that the covariance matrix is either totally unknown, or partially unknown (variance components), or totally known.
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