Statistical Models and Analysis in Auditing: A Study of Statistical Models and Methods for Analyzing Nonstandard Mixtures of Distributions in Auditing
National Academies, Jan 1, 1988 - Mathematics - 91 pages
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accounting firms Accounting Populations Accounting Research Accounting Review accounts receivable AICPA American Statistical Association analysis audit data audit populations audited amount Auditing Research auditor auxiliary information estimators Bayesian bounds Bayesian model behavior Beta distribution book value Computing Upper Error confidence bound confidence interval confidence level Cox and Snell difference estimator Dirichlet Dollar Unit Sampling dollar unit tainting Empirical Study Error Characteristics error distribution example Fienberg gamma distribution Garstka Grimlund Internal Revenue Service interval estimation inventory audits Journal of Accounting Leitch line item lower bound mean-per-unit estimator Menzefricke methods mixture of distributions monetary error Monetary Unit Sampling multinomial bound multinomial distribution Neter and Loebbecke nonstandard mixture normal number of errors observations overstatement errors parametric models performance posterior distribution proposed random variable regression estimator sampling distribution Sampling in Auditing Section simulation study Smieliauskas standard statistical auditing Statistical Sampling Stringer bound Tamura total error amount Tsui University Upper Error Limits zero