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Well... I know that "double simulation" would be an obvious solution. However, I have never heard this expression used in the context of a clinical trial, and a Web search did not reveal such a usage either, so I feel a little wary about using this unless I can be really convinced of it. I'm wondering if it could be "cross-over", since "randomized, double-blind cross-over trial" is a very common concept, but I don't want to rely on guesswork alone.
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Explanation: just that
"It appears possible, though, to achieve better lower bounds by extending our
technique of double simulation ``in the types'' and ``in the values'' "