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Other Authors Johnson, Norman Lloyd,
Smith, Harry, 1923-2012,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of Biostatistics.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of Statistics.
Subjects EĢchantillonnage (Statistique)
Sampling (Statistics)
Sampling (Statistics) -- Congresses.
Sampling Studies -- Congresses.
Statistics as Topic -- Congresses.
Statistiek.
Description xvi, 732 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Sponsored by the Departments of Biostatistics and Statistics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Progress and problems in survey methods and theory illustrated by the work of the United States Bureau of the Census / M.M. Hansen and B.J. Tepping -- Some aspects of the theoretical development in survey-sampling / V.P. Godambe -- The evolution of the survey analysis program / F. Yates -- Three extensions of sample survey technique : hybrid, nexus, and graduated sampling / Frederick F. Stephan -- Methods of studying aquatic life in rivers / Ruth Patrick -- Mark-recapture methods of population estimation / D.S. Robson -- A new estimation theory for sample surveys II / H.O. Hartley and J.N.K. Rao -- A comparison of some possible methods of sampling from smallish populations, with units of unequal size / M.R. Sampford -- Admissibility of estimates of the mean of a finite population / V.M. Joshi -- Ratio and regression estimators / J.N.K. Rao -- Use of non-representative surveys for etiological problems / S. Koller -- The effect of response errors on measures of association / D.G. Horvitz -- Item analysis and reweighting / P. Thionet -- The value for prior information / N.R. Draper and I. Guttman -- Subjective Bayesian models in sampling finite populations : stratification / W.A. Ericson -- Applications of likelihood and fiducial probability to sampling finite populations / J.D. Kalbfleisch and D.A. Sprott -- Designing descriptive sample surveys / T. Dalenius -- Design and estimation for subclasses, comparisons, and analytical statistics / L. Kish -- The role of accuracy and precision of response in sample surveys / L.R. Frankel -- Some master sampling frames for social and statistical surveys in California / R.J. Jessen -- Measurement errors in anticipated consumer expenditures / J. Neter -- Some sampling problems in technology / D.R. Cox -- On some methodological aspects of sample surveys of agriculture in developing countries / P.V. Sukhatme and B.V. Sukhatme -- Sampling for demographic variables / N. Keyfitz -- Tests of independence in contingency tables from stratified samples / G. Nathan -- Impact of design and estimation components on inference / W.R. Simmons and Judy Ann Bean -- Inferential aspects of the randomness of sample size in survey sampling / J. Durbin -- Boundaries of statistical inference / W.E. Deming -- Some remarks on statistical inference in finite sampling / O. Kempthorne -- Summary remarks / G.A. Barnard -- Bias in surveys due to nonresponse (Closing address) / J. Neyman.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)33606
(OCoLC)ocm00033606
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