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From: Bi-linear matrix-variate analyses, integrative hypothesis tests, and case-control studies

Figure 5

Rejection domain \(\Gamma (\boldsymbol {\tilde s})\), e.g. point x in the rejection domain, and y in the acceptance domain.(A) One separating boundary that consists of d lines with each emitting from \(\boldsymbol {\tilde s}\) to infinity in parallel to one axis of the orthant. (B) Choice (c) defines a hyperplane that passes \(\boldsymbol {\tilde s}\) and uses its vector direction as the normal direction. While choice (b) takes the normal direction by the primary diagonal direction of the orthant.

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