A sufficient statistic T is called a complete statistic if no function of it has zero expected value for all distributions concerned unless this function itself is zero for all possible distributions concerned (except possibly a set of measure zero).
The property of completeness of a statistic guarantees uniqueness of certain statistical procedures based this statistic.
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