Survey Sampling: Theory and Methods, Second Edition
Since publication of the first edition in 1992, the field of survey sampling has grown considerably. This new edition of Survey Sampling: Theory and Methods has been updated to include the latest research and the newest methods. The authors have undertaken the daunting task of surveying the sampling literature of the past decade to provide an outstanding research reference. Starting with the unified theory, the authors explain in the clearest of terms the subsequent developments. In fact, even the most modern innovations of survey sampling, both methodological and theoretical, have found a place in this concise volume.
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Covering the current state of development of essential aspects of theory and methods of survey sampling, the authors have taken great care to avoid being dogmatic and eschew taking sides in their presentation. They have created tool for graduate and advanced level students and a reference for researchers and practitioners that goes beyond the coverage found in most textbooks.
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A Unified Theory
Chapter 2 Strategies Depending on Auxiliary Variables
Chapter 3 Choosing Good Sampling Strategies
Chapter 4 Predictors
Chapter 5 Asymptotic Aspects in Survey Sampling
Chapter 6 Applications of Asymptotics
Chapter 7 Design and ModelBased Variance Estimation
Chapter 8 Multistage Multiphase and Repetitive Sampling
Chapter 9 Resampling and Variance Estimation in Complex Surveys
Chapter 10 Sampling from Inadequate Frames
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Page ii - DB Owen Founding Editor, 1972-1991 Associate Editors Statistical Computing/ Nonparametric Statistics Professor William R. Schucany Southern Methodist University Probability Professor Marcel F. Neuts University of Arizona Multivariate Analysis Professor Anant M. Kshirsagar University of Michigan Quality Control/Reliability Professor Edward G. Schilling Rochester Institute of Technology Editorial Board Applied Probability Dr.
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