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The existing Dixon's test (DT) under classical statistics has been widely applied in a variety of fields. The main target of DT is to recognize the outlier or suspicious observation in the sample. The DT available in the literature is workable when all the observations in the sample or the population are precise, determined and certain. In practice, under the complex system, it may not possible that all observations in the data are determined. In such situations, the existing DT cannot bedoi:10.1016/j.jksus.2020.02.003 fatcat:fdafqkpb2fgvzbhefkeoltkipm