Unified Theory and Strategies of Survey Sampling
Sample survey is universally recognized as a vital method of data collection to derive reliable statistics on a variety of topics. This volume is mainly concerned with the foundational aspects of inference and the description and comparison of various sampling strategies.
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Admissibility and other optimality properties
Sample Survey and General Statistical Model
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