3 edition of **Minimax solutions in sampling from finite populations** found in the catalog.

Minimax solutions in sampling from finite populations

Siegfried Gabler

- 174 Want to read
- 7 Currently reading

Published
**1990**
by Springer-Verlag in New York
.

Written in English

- Sampling (Statistics),
- Maxima and minima.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 122-126).

Statement | Siegfried Gabler. |

Series | Lecture notes in statistics ;, 64, Lecture notes in statistics (Springer-Verlag) ;, v. 64. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA276.6 .G33 1990 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | iv, 132 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 132 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1468380M |

ISBN 10 | 0387973583 |

LC Control Number | 93129577 |

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The nonlinear minimax problems without constraints are discussed. Due to the expensive computation for solving QP subproblems with inequality constraints of SQP algorithms, in this paper, a QP-free algorithm which is also called sequential systems of linear equations algorithm is presented. At each iteration, only two systems of linear equations with the same coefficient matrix need to be Author: Daolan Han, Jinbao Jian, Qinfeng Zhang. This paper focuses on upscaling of the transport equation for heterogeneous porous media with random flow. We develop an upscaling by the coarse graining method which considers the local flow field being a stationary random field and which is based on filtering procedures in Fourier space. The coarse graining method is used to obtain an upscaled dispersion tensor which depends on the given Cited by: 4.

sampling fraction, f, is equal to n (sample size) divided by N (population size). 2. Finite Population Correction (FPC) Factor In sampling terminology, we refer to small populations (such as the population of a village, health center, or school) as finite populations. And we think of File Size: KB. Willem's book is devoted to minimax theorems and their applications to partial differential equations. Presenting basic minimax theorems in a simple and unified way, this book may serve as a textbook for advanced graduate students in partial differential by:

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Abstract. The foundation for minimax considerations in sampling from finite populations was laid by BLACKWELL/GIRSHICK(). It was the first time that a justification for using probability selection was given without having to establish the requirement of unbiasedness of the : Siegfried Gabler.

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The methods of the last page, in which we derived a formula for the sample size necessary for estimating a population proportion p work just fine when the population in question is very large.

When we have smaller, finite populations, however, such as the students in a high school or the residents of a small town, the formula we derived previously requires a slight.

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