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Interfacing biology, category theory and mathematical statistics

Abstract : Motivated by the concept of degeneracy in biology [3], we establish a first connection between the Multiplicity Principle [4, 5] and mathematical statistics. Specifically , we exhibit two families of tests that satisfy this principle to achieve the detection of a signal in noise.
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  • is version of hal-02173115 - The present paper, published in EPTCS, is an extended and corrected version of the conference paper presented at Applied Category Theory (ACT) 2019, Oxford

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Dominique Pastor, Erwan Beurier, Andrée Ehresmann, Roger Waldeck. Interfacing biology, category theory and mathematical statistics. Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science, EPTCS, 2020, Proceeding of the international conference Applied Category Theory 2019. ⟨hal-02932035⟩

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