Contributions to the sample survey theory
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Contributions to the sample survey theory by Vaclav CМЊermaМЃk

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Published by State Pedagogical Pub. House in Prague .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sampling (Statistics),
  • Estimation theory.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementČermák, V., Henzler, J., Ollé, E.
SeriesActa oeconomica Pragensia ;, 46
ContributionsHenzler, J., Ollé, E., Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA276.6 .C39 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination104 p. ;
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2890536M
LC Control Number84116000

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Parts I and II of the volume provide a novel and systematic treatment of sampling theory considered from the angle of the sampling autocorrelation coefficient p (rho). The same concept plays an important role in the analysis of time series. Following the chronological development of sample surveys, this book provides an analysis of the mathematical and statistical theory of the text begins with the mathematics of randomized sampling designs as well as a general treatment of estimation of population totals through the Horvits-Thompson estimator and its variants. The book then examines approximations and limit theorems 3/5(1). Sample Survey Theory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Sample Survey Theory provides a rigorous introduction to survey sampl /5(8). Sample surveys are used to obtain information about a large population by exam-ining only a small fraction of that population. Sampling techniques have been used in many fields, such as the following: • Governments survey human populations; for example, the U.S. government con-ducts health surveys and census surveys.

A unique feature of this book is that a large number of exercises with real sets of data from various fields is included either as illustrative examples to demonstrate the method of analysis or unsolved problems to be attempted by the reader so as to make concepts and procedures more clear so that survey statisticians may use it as a ready reference in formulating their s: 2. Some Key Terms & Concepts 2/1/ 3 Population: All of the units (e.g. individuals, households, organizations) to which one desires to generalize survey results. Sample: Units of the population that are drawn for inclusion in the survey. Sample frame: The list from which a sample is to be drawn in order to represent the population. Catalogue The sample survey, theory and practice. The sample survey, theory and practice. Warwick, Donald P; Lininger, Charles Andrew. Book. English. Published New York: McGraw-Hill, Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 Available at Murray Library. This item is not reservable because: Community contributions. Surveys can also be used to assess needs, evaluate demand, and examine impact (Salant & Dillman, , p. 2). The term. survey instrument. is often used to distinguish the survey tool from the survey research that it is designed to support. Survey Strengths. Surveys are capable of obtaining information from large samples of the population.

Sample Survey Theory, Paul Knottnerus Books, Springer Books, at Meripustak. Survey Sampling Theory and Applications offers a comprehensive overview of survey sampling, including the basics of sampling theory and practice, as well as research-based topics and examples of emerging trends. The text is useful for basic and advanced survey sampling courses. A unique feature of this book is that a large number of exercises with real sets of data from various fields is included either as illustrative examples to demonstrate the method of analysis or unsolved problems to be attempted by the reader so as to make concepts and procedures more clear so that survey statisticians may use it as a ready. MTH Sampling Theory. Syllabus: Principles of sample surveys; Simple, stratified and unequal probability sampling with and without replacement; ratio, product and regression method of estimation: Systematic sampling; cluster and subsampling with equal and unequal sizes; double sampling, sources of errors in surveys. Books: You can choose any one of the following book for your reference.