A FORTRAN 77 program for computing the probability of obtaining a given number of matched pairs of cards under conditions of random pairing of two decks of arbitrary composition is described. The program provides an exact test of significance for Cohen's kappa under the matching model.

title = "Exact probabilities for the general matching problem",

abstract = "A FORTRAN 77 program for computing the probability of obtaining a given number of matched pairs of cards under conditions of random pairing of two decks of arbitrary composition is described. The program provides an exact test of significance for Cohen's kappa under the matching model.",

author = "Gordon Rae",

year = "1996",

month = "10",

language = "English",

volume = "56",

pages = "839--842",

journal = "Educational and Psychological Measurement",

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AU - Rae, Gordon

PY - 1996/10

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AB - A FORTRAN 77 program for computing the probability of obtaining a given number of matched pairs of cards under conditions of random pairing of two decks of arbitrary composition is described. The program provides an exact test of significance for Cohen's kappa under the matching model.