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In Statistics, the Bonferroni correction is a method used to counteract the problem of multiple comparisons. It is named after Italian mathematician Carlo Emilio Bonferroni for its use of Bonferroni inequalities, but modern usage is often credited to Olive Jean Dunn, who described the procedure in a pair of articles written in and . (

k는 a/m 으로 하면, Familywise error rate가 a(alpha) 보다 작음이 보장됨