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A hypothesis testing problem with communication constraints is studied, in which two nodes interactively communicate with each other in q rounds to perform a simple binary hypothesis testing on whether the observed random sequences at the nodes are generated independently or not. The optimal tradeoff between the communication rates in q rounds interaction and the testing performance measured by the type II error exponent such that the type I error probability asymptotically vanishes. An exampledoi:10.1109/isit.2013.6620744 dblp:conf/isit/XiangK13 fatcat:hb33jwwhsrfyhmw4id4dfyqtd4