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In statistics, efficiency is a term used in the comparison of various statistical procedures and, in particular, it refers to a measure of the optimality of an estimator, of an experimental design[1] or of a hypothesis testing procedure.[2] Essentially, a more efficient estimator, experiment or test needs fewer samples than a less efficient one to achieve a given performance. This article primarily deals with efficiency of estimators.

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