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m : integer
n : integer
g : integer
h : integer


p : float
The classical algorithm counts the integer lattice paths from (0, 0)
to (m, n) which satisfy |x/m - y/n| < h / lcm(m, n).
The paths make steps of size +1 in either positive x or positive y
We are, however, interested in 1 - proportion to computes p-values,
so we change the recursion to compute 1 - p directly while staying
within the "inside method" a described by Hodges.
We generally follow Hodges' treatment of Drion/Gnedenko/Korolyuk.
Hodges, J.L. Jr.,
"The Significance Probability of the Smirnov Two-Sample Test,"
Arkiv fiur Matematik, 3, No. 43 (1958), 469-86.
For the recursion for 1-p see
Viehmann, T.: "Numerically more stable computation of the p-values
for the two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov test," arXiv: 2102.08037


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type: <class 'builtin_function_or_method'>