maRkov : Goodness-of-fit Tests for Binary Markov Chains Public

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  • Markov chains, discovered over one hundred years ago by Andrey Markov in an attempt to analyze the distribution of vowels and consonants in Russian poetry, have evolved in multiple fields over the last century to become a mainstay of statistical modeling and computation. maRkov is a package of software to be deployed within the R programming environment that allows for various tests to be performed to check the appropriateness of different Markov Chain models for sets of observed binary data. Key Words: Markov chains, LRT, binary data, backward forward algorithm, exchangeable sequence
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