Inference infinite sampling is a new development that is essential for the field of sampling. In addition to covering the majority of well known sampling plans and procedures, this study covers the important topics of superpopulation approach, randomized response, non-response and resampling techniques. The authors also provide extensive sets of problems ranging in difficulty, making this book beneficial to students.
A Unified Setup for Probability Sampling.
Inference in Finite Population Sampling.
The Horvitz-Thompson Estimator.
Simple Random and Allied Sampling Designs.
Uses of Auxiliary Size Measures in Survey Sampling: Strategies Based on Probability Proportional to Size Schemes of Sampling.
Uses of Auxiliary Size Measures in Survey Sampling: Ratio and Regression Methods of Estimation.
Cluster Sampling Designs.
Systematic Sampling Designs.
Stratified Sampling Designs.
Superpopulation Approach to Inference in Finite Population Sampling.
Randomized Response: A Data-Gathering Tool for Sensitive Characteristics.
Special Topics: Small Area Estimation, Nonresponse Problems, and Resampling Techniques.
Series: Wiley Series in Probability & Mathematical Statistics
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 23rd August 1991
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.28 x 16.49
Weight (kg): 0.76
Edition Number: 1