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By the 6-method, the (i,j), (m,q) element of E is Eij mq = n---+oo lim n Cov(Pij,Pmq)/[D'(D- 1 (Pij»D'(D- 1 (Pmq»]. J 16 D. E. Critchlow and M. A. Lm), where d = D' is the density corresponding to D. d. f. F. Lj) if i, j, and m are distinct. d. dJ. F. Acknowledgements: The authors thank the referees for helpful comments that improved the presentation. The work of both authors was supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation. 8 REFERENCES  R. A. Bradley. Science, statistics and paired comparisons.
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Alternatively, w(2) Aw A 21. = = = 22 H. A. David and D. M. 1. 3712 Note that not only have all ties been broken at this stage but G5 has moved ahead of G3 although W5 < W3. Neither of these events (breaking of all ties, reversal of some rankings) need happen and one may wish to continue the reallocation process to obtain w(3) = A 3 1, etc. This is a slight simplification (Moon ) of the Kendall-Wei procedure (Kendall ) in which B = A + ~ I rather than A is powered, where I is the identity matrix.